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Geneva United Nations Building

Places to see in Geneva: United Nations Building, Geneva Flower Clock, Geneva Reformation Wall, Saint Peter's Cathedral, Lakeside Views in Geneva, Water Fountain in Geneva, Lake Geneva
Geneva United Nations Building Travel Guide - Tourist Information

Today, and after the completion of a new wing in 1973, it is the second most important centre of the United Nations after New York.

The building itself from outside is not worth visiting. I could not take a guided tour (not aware if there is a tour). Since its an important stage in world politics, you may visit to put t tick in the box – yes, I have been there and done that!

We walked down to the UN from the Geneva central rail station and it was a long walk. Best thing would be to take a bus.

Location: Avenue de la Paix


geneva united nations building

geneva united nations building

geneva united nations building

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This page last updated in Feb 2016