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The Basilica Notre-Dame of Geneva is the main Roman Catholic church in Geneva.
The Basilica Notre-Dame of Geneva is the main Roman Catholic church in Geneva. The Neo-Gothic building was constructed between 1852 and 1857, and is noted for its stained glass windows.
Rue Argand 3, 1201 Genève, Switzerland
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l’Ile is an island in the middle of the Rhone River, with the Brasserie des Halles de l’Ile brewery, historical Tour de L'Ile tower, and Halle Nord - Espace d'art contemporain art gallery
The Brunswick Monument in the Jardin des Alpes is the Neo-Gothic style mausoleum of Charles d’Este Guelph, Duke of Brunswick
The 19th century Neoclassical building of Musée Rath hosts temporary art exhibitions
The Victoria Hall is a magnificent 19th century concert hall designed by architect John Camoletti
The Grand Théâtre de Genève on Place de Neuve is an opera house and cultural institution that presents an excellent annual program of ballets, operas, and classical music concerts, as well as occasional theatre performances
Grottes is Geneva's Bohemian quarter, with quirky Schtroumpfs buildings, interesting shops, and cafes
Île Rousseau is a small island with a park in the middle of the Rhone River where it meets Lake Geneva
The Voltaire Museum presents the life and works of Voltaire through documents, prints and paintings, in the Les Délices mansion where he lived from March 1755 to October 1760
The Old Town of Geneva comprises the fortified medieval town, encompassing the Cité-Centre on the left bank of the Rhone and the Saint-Gervais Quarter on the right bank
The Barbier-Mueller Museum has an important collection of over 7,000 artifacts and works of art from Tribal and Classical antiquity as well as sculptures, fabrics and ornaments from ancient civilizations around the world