Thursday, June 5, 2008

More Photos of Geneva, Switzerland (May 21-24, 2008)

The spire of Cathedrale St-Pierre towers above Geneva's Old Town
Cafes and gourmet shops line the Place du Bourg-de-Four in Old Town. The square served as the city's marketplace in the Middle Ages.
Scooters, old and new
Cathedrale St-Pierre was built in the 12th and 13th centuries in a mixture of Gothic, Romanesque and Neo-Classical styles. When it became a Protestant church in 1563, it was stripped of much of its ornate Catholic decoration.
A school band performs on one of Geneva's main shopping streets
The quaint Carouge district of Geneva is full of art galleries, bookstores, independent shops and swank restaurants

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