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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Basilica Notre-Dame of Geneva and Nearby Attractions on Map
Monument Brunswick(0.5 km)
The Brunswick Monument in the Jardin des Alpes is the Neo-Gothic style mausoleum of Charles d’Este Guelph, Duke of Brunswick.
Broken Chair(1.6 km)
The Broken Chair is an iconic 12 metre high monumental sculpture of a giant wooden propped up on 3 legs, with the fourth leg broken off midway.
International Museum of the Reformation(0.9 km)
The International Museum of the Reformation traces the history of the Reformation in Geneva since the 16th century, and its proliferation to other parts of the world.
Jardin Botanique(2.1 km)
The Geneva Conservatory and Botanical Garden is spread over 28 hectares on the banks of Lake Geneva.
Maison Tavel(0.9 km)
Maison Tavel, the oldest preserved house in Geneva dating back to the 14th century, is an apt location for the museum tracing the history of Geneva.
Horloge Fleurie - Flower Clock(0.9 km)
Horloge Fleurie is a flower clock in Jardin Anglais next to the Pont du Mont-Blanc, created in 1955 by the city of Geneva to honor Swiss watchmakers.
Mamco: Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art(1.1 km)
The Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève is an exhibition centre, presenting contemporary art across various fields and media such as architecture, dance, design, drawing, multimedia, installation, music, painting, performance, photography, sculpture, internet, and video.
Patek Philippe Museum(1.2 km)
The Patek Philippe Museum traces the history of Patek Phillippe and luxury Swiss watch-making from the 16th century to the present day, with a great collection of antique time-pieces that would delight a horophile.
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