The Religious Reform Monument at the University of Geneva is a must-do place in Geneva. The views are different all year round and the spring, summer and autumn are beautiful. There are also activities in summer and picnics are great options. [Good value] free visit.
Geneva is the place where Protestantism emerged, so there are more Protestants here. The Reformation Monument is not on the mountain in the old city, but at the foot of the mountain. A long stele is quite historical and worth seeing.
The Reformation Monument is also quite large. The entire monument is composed of several religious figures. The visit here is also very good, and it needs to be visited slowly. Some sculptures are also very interesting. It is a huge square environment.
Religious reform monument, 10 meters wide, one hundred meters long of the granite wall, it is in memory of religious reform pioneer in Calvin''s four hundredth birthday. Wall is among the four tall figure statue, from left to haier are searching method, Calvin, worship and Knox. Around them and the characters of the statue is a 16th century religious reform of the famous figures. The pictures of the whole statue is magnificent, very suitable for scenic spots.
The park next to the school is beautiful and gives a good insight into the story behind it
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