passage de Monetier
Rue du Perron 19, 1204 Genève, Switzerland
About passage de Monetier
Passage de Monetier is the former secret passage of Geneva, used as a part of a more complex system of hidden passages for unnoticed soldiers transfers and civilians escape. This monument dating from the 14th century. It is located in the old town, which it crosses right through. This historic passage is about 100 meters long in a zigzag way.
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