Geneva is one of the Swiss cities, and it is one of the most important cities in the world, as it is considered a financial center for many banks, and a global center for diplomacy because it contains international organizations such as the agencies of the United Nations and the Red Cross, and it contains many tourist attractions that come to it Every day thousands of people from all over the world.
Landmarks in Geneva
The Geneva Fountain is one of the most famous landmarks in the city, and it appears on the official tourism site of the city, and the fountain was the official emblem in the logo of the European Union Football Championship when Geneva hosted the tournament in the year two thousand and eight AD, located at the mouth of Lake Geneva, and everyone can see it from different places in the city This is because of its large height which reaches ten kilometers, and the height of the water coming out of it is about one hundred and twenty meters.
St. Pierre Cathedral
It is located near Lake Geneva and is known as the Cathedral of St. Peter, and the cathedral belongs to the Reformed Protestant Church, which is the house that was adopted by one of the leaders of the Protestant Reformation, and it is Romanian style, and it was completed in the Gothic style, and it contains an Altrbes painting which is one of the paintings by German painter Konrad Witz In the year one thousand four hundred and forty-four, the cathedral is now a museum of art and history.
The construction of the mausoleum dates back to one thousand eight hundred and seventy-nine in order to celebrate the life of the German Charles II known as the Duke of Duke of Brunswick, and the Duke was born in the year one thousand eight hundred and four, he is the eldest son of Frederick William, and he obtained the position of the Duchy in Germany after the death of his father, and during his reign he issued many The laws for which he was accused of corruption and misleading, forcing him to enter into a series of disputes Ma Hanover and the German Confederation; as a result, he spent most of his life outside the country in London and Paris, and during that period differences occurred between Germany and France, and he was forced to move to Geneva, and he died At the Po Hotel Evaj, leaving behind the great wealth of this city, and in honor of the children of this monument similar to the tombs of della Scala in Verona, Italy.
The Rath Museum
It is one of the oldest art museums in the Swiss country, and is located in front of the walls of the old city, and in the vicinity of the Grand Theater, and near the Conservatory of Music. The museum was built during the period between one thousand eight hundred and twenty four, one thousand eight hundred and twenty six by the architect Samuel Faucher after financial support from General Simon Rath, and the museum resembles ancient Greek temples, and the exhibition was used at its beginning to display permanent and temporary exhibits, and to teach art, then the museum was closed during the period between one thousand nine hundred and sixteen thousand nine hundred and nineteen; For the purpose of use in which medicines are placed pharmacy of the Red Cross.