Many traces of Geneva's medieval buildings were destroyed in the 20th century. Nevertheless, one can still find remnants of this era on the facades. The Renaissance leaves, among others, the town house and the magnificent palace of the Turrettini family. The 18th century, with its hôtels particuliers entre cour et jardin, will leave its mark on the cityscape, as will the 19th century, with its spacious quays that elevate the lake to become part of the city. After the demolition of the fortifications from the middle of the 19th century, the construction of a ring around the old town, the ceinture fazyste, will greatly change the cityscape.

You can see here a beautiful building with clean lines, located between the City Center and the Eaux Vives district.

Geneva Architecture

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