The museum recounts the history of the Red Cross movement through 11 exhibition spaces that cover the inception of the first ... More
International Red Cross & Red Crescent Museum (Musee International de la Croix-Rouge et du Croissant-Rouge)
The museum recounts the history of the Red Cross movement through 11 exhibition spaces that cover the inception of the first idea and the organization s role throughout history (especially during the two World Wars) all the way to the current issues the Red Cross is dealing with today. Visitors can also check out the Cafe Dunant where interactive tools are available to overview the museum's exhibits.
Paris has the Eiffel Tower, New York the Statue of Liberty and Geneva its Jet d'Eau. This majestic 140 meter
(a little over 459 feet) water fountain, the tallest in the world, is the main emblem of the city, ...
This museum has been on its present site since 1966 and has become very popular with an average of 250,000
visitors a year. The permanent exhibition covers an enormous area with regional wildlife (88 species of mammals and 193 ...
In the former residence of Voltaire, a museum has stood since 1954. Principally a center of research on the philosopher
and the 18th century, it houses old editions, manuscripts, paintings, drawings, and sculptures. Articles belonging to Voltaire himself are ...