Geneva Sights

Monument Brunswick

  • Bounded by Rue des Alpes, Quai du Mont-Blanc, and Rue Adhémar-Fabri
  • Les Pâquis
  • Memorial/Monument/Tomb

Published 04/14/2015

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Charles d'Este-Guelph, the famously eccentric (and deposed) duke of Brunswick, died in Geneva in 1873 and left his vast fortune to the city on condition that his mausoleum, the Gothic design of which is based on the 14th-century Scaligeri tombs in Verona, be given prominence. No one is sure why his sarcophagus faces inland.

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Bounded by Rue des Alpes, Quai du Mont-Blanc, and Rue Adhémar-Fabri, Geneva, 1201, Switzerland

Published 04/14/2015

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