Mon Repos Park
Rue de Lausanne, 1202 Genève, Switzerland
About Mon Repos Park
The public garden is part of the complex of neighboring parks and is located on the shores of Lake Geneva. The place was handed over to the city in 1898 by the Plantamour family. Every year, on November 11, an official ceremony commemorating the ceasefire in 1918 takes place in the garden. The country house built in the center of the park in the 18th century was regularly visited by Voltaire, who also staged several theatrical performances here.
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