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It is now composed of eight concentric circles, the colours of which vary with the seasons and the plants which make up the display.
The seconds hand of Geneva's Flower Clock is the largest in the world (it is more than 2.5 meters long)!
Today, and after the completion of a new wing in 1973, it is the second most important center of the United Nations after New York.
Its surface is that of the Palais de Versailles and its Assembly Room, seating 2,000, is as large as the Paris Opera House.
There are various itineraries - short excursions to explore the Geneva countryside, excursions including mountain resorts and peaks such as Gstaad with Glacier 3000 or Chamonix with Aiguille du Midi, city excursions to Lausanne, Montreux or Bern, or special interest excursions to visit a cheese or chocolate factory, or a Christmas Market.
The summit offers unique panoramic views of the Chamonix Valley and major peaks of the French, Swiss and Italian Alps. 2.5 hours by train / 100 minutes by coach from Geneva to Chamonix).
stopover) and taking the Golden Pass scenic train from Spiez through the Simmental Valley via Zweisimmen and Gstaad to Montreux(or vice versa).
Excursions by Coach: Visitors to Geneva staying several days, and not intending to move on to other destinations, find it attractive to discover other parts of Switzerland (and neighboring France) making daily excursions by coach.
Flower Clock: A symbol of the Geneva watch industry of world renown, the famous flower clock, located at the edge of the Jardin Anglais (English Garden) since 1955, is a masterpiece of technology and floral art.
Formerly only decorative with its sole dial comprising over 6,500 flowers, the new millennium provided it with decisive artistic dimensions thanks to the ingenuity of the gardeners of the Service of Green Spaces and the Environment.While in Montreux, you want to consider visiting one of the most beautiful historic buildings in Switzerland, the Chateau de Chillon: in the 13th century this castle was built in a unique setting on the shores of Lake Geneva, and today also serves as a typical postcard souvenir from Switzerland. Attractions of Bern include several historic sites such as the famous Clock Tower, the bearpits (home to the city's heraldic animals), the House of Parliament, the Paul Klee Center, the Swiss Alpine Museum, and excellent shopping arcades.