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Hiking in the surroundings

ViaJacobi
ViaJacobi
Stage 19, Coppet–Genève
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Alpine Panorama Trail
Alpine Panorama Trail
Stage 29, Chavannes-de-Bogis–Genève
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ViaJacobi
ViaJacobi
Stage 20, Genève–Genève (Grenze)
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Promenade du Lac Léman
Promenade du Lac Léman
Route 148, Genève–Genève
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Sentier du Rhône
Sentier du Rhône
Route 101, Genève–La Plaine
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Cycling in the surroundings

Jurasüdfuss-Route
Jurasüdfuss-Route
Stage 5, Bière–Genève
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Tour du Léman
Tour du Léman
Stage 1, Hermance–Genève
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Tour du Léman
Tour du Léman
Stage 2, Genève–Morges
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Rhone Route
Rhone Route
Stage 8, Genève–Genève (Chancy)
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Rhone Route
Rhone Route
Stage 7, Morges–Genève
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Genève–Satigny
Genève–Satigny
Route 102, Genève–Satigny
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Route des Châteaux et Maisons fortes
Route des Châteaux et Maisons fortes
Route 171, Genève, Eaux-Vives–Meinier–Jussy –Genève, Eaux-Vives
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Genève–Sézenove
Genève–Sézenove
Route 103, Genève–Sézenove
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Genève–Salève
Genève–Salève
Route 104, Genève–Pas-de-l'Échelle
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Genève
Reformation Wall

Reformation Wall

All the history of the reformation on 100 meters long. This monument, sculpted by Bouchard and Landowski, and inaugurated in 1917, recounts the history of the Calvinist Reformation and its dissemination throughout the world.
At the center of the wall, from left to right, you can see Guillaume Farel, one of the first reformers in Geneva, then Jean Calvin and Theodore de Bèze, first rector of the Geneva Academy. On the right is John Knox, founder in Scotland of the Presbyterian Church.

The six smaller statues to the sides of the central group represent significant political figures favourable to the Reformation of the Church.
All the history of the reformation on 100 meters long. This monument, sculpted by Bouchard and Landowski, and inaugurated in 1917, recounts the history of the Calvinist Reformation and its dissemination throughout the world.
At the center of the wall, from left to right, you can see Guillaume Farel, one of the first reformers in Geneva, then Jean Calvin and Theodore de Bèze, first rector of the Geneva Academy. On the right is John Knox, founder in Scotland of the Presbyterian Church.

The six smaller statues to the sides of the central group represent significant political figures favourable to the Reformation of the Church.

Reformation Wall

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Genève Tourisme
Rue du Mont-Blanc 18
1211 Genève
Tel. +41 (0)22 909 70 00
info@geneve-tourisme.ch
www.geneve-tourisme.ch

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City Hostel Geneva
City Hostel Geneva
Genève
Geneva Hostel
Geneva Hostel
Genève
Hôtel Montana
Hôtel Montana
Genève
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Hiking in the surroundings

ViaJacobi
ViaJacobi
Stage 19, Coppet–Genève
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Alpine Panorama Trail
Alpine Panorama Trail
Stage 29, Chavannes-de-Bogis–Genève
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ViaJacobi
ViaJacobi
Stage 20, Genève–Genève (Grenze)
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Promenade du Lac Léman
Promenade du Lac Léman
Route 148, Genève–Genève
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Sentier du Rhône
Sentier du Rhône
Route 101, Genève–La Plaine
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Cycling in the surroundings

Jurasüdfuss-Route
Jurasüdfuss-Route
Stage 5, Bière–Genève
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Tour du Léman
Tour du Léman
Stage 1, Hermance–Genève
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Tour du Léman
Tour du Léman
Stage 2, Genève–Morges
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Rhone Route
Rhone Route
Stage 8, Genève–Genève (Chancy)
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Rhone Route
Rhone Route
Stage 7, Morges–Genève
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Genève–Satigny
Genève–Satigny
Route 102, Genève–Satigny
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Route des Châteaux et Maisons fortes
Route des Châteaux et Maisons fortes
Route 171, Genève, Eaux-Vives–Meinier–Jussy –Genève, Eaux-Vives
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Genève–Sézenove
Genève–Sézenove
Route 103, Genève–Sézenove
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Genève–Salève
Genève–Salève
Route 104, Genève–Pas-de-l'Échelle
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