Monuments in Geneva

Book Geneva Hotels Book Geneva Holiday Packages

  • Brunswick Monument

    Brunswick Monument

    Never before had a mausoleum been built in Geneva and after much debate, the Brunswick monument was built in the Jardin des Alpes! Wonder what’s the mystery? Surprising in its art and history, the Brunswick monument is a neo-Gothic style mausoleum that was built at the request of the Duke ...

    Monument Places to see around
  • Palais De Nations

    Palais De Nations

    Built between 1929 and 1936 to serve as the headquarters of the League of Nations, Palais De Nations (Palace of Nations) has been the home of the United Nations Office at Geneva since 1946 when the Secretary General of the UN signed a Headquarters Agreement with the Swiss authorities.

    Monument
  • St. Peter’s Cathedral

    St. Peter’s Cathedral

    One of the most visited monuments in Geneva, Cathedral de Saint Pierre is a Romanesque-style cathedral, which was built between the years 1160 and 1289. The cathedral boasts of one of the greatest architectural sites in Europe and contains some beautiful mosaics from the 14th century.

    ...

    Monument Religious
  • Molard Tower

    Molard Tower

    Located in the Molard Square, the Molard Tower is a military tower dating back to the 14th century. Today the tower is surrounded by many restaurants and is buzzing with life and people. Inside the Molard Tower you’ll also find a wine bar.

    Spread over a number of ...

    Monument
  • Reformation Wall

    Reformation Wall

    The International Monument of the Reformation, also known as the Reformation Wall is a monument in Geneva dedicated to the people, events and documents of the Protestant Reformation. The monument was constructed between 1909 and 1917 and was built to commemorate the 400th anniversary of John Calvin, a prominent French ...

    Monument
  • Archaeological Site at St. Pierre’s Cathedral

    Archaeological Site at St. Pierre’s Cathedral

    The area under the St. Pierre’s Cathedral has recently undergone extensive excavation which has in turn revealed a site rich in history dating back to the Roman Empire.

    The excavation also revealed the presence and remains of other churches that preceded the St. Pierre’s Cathedral. Apart ...

    Religious Monument
  • Russian Church of Geneva

    Russian Church of Geneva

    The Russian Church of Geneva is a beautiful 19th century Russian Orthodox Church in the city, which stands out because of its historic architecture and golden onion shaped domes.

    Inside the church you will find some impeccable pieces of art and 16th and 20th century treasures ...

    Religious Monument
  • Museum of Natural History

    Museum of Natural History

    The Museum of Natural History is one of the most popular museums in Geneva and is popular among locals and tourists alike. The museum focusses on providing information on nature with a special significance on the ecological history of Switzerland. The museum is home to life size models ...

    Museum For Kids