Rousseau

Rousseau

Formerly known as the Island of the Boats, Rousseau Island owes its current name to its imposing bronze statue, erected in honor of the famous philosopher of the Enlightenment in 1835 more

Soleil Rouge

Soleil Rouge

Meet up and soak up the positive energy! Wines, tapas, music: the fiesta.... Every night a new mood....more

Parc de La Grange

Parc de La Grange

A remarkable landscaped garden measuring 12,000 square metres, with one...more

Broken Chair

Broken Chair

This monumental sculpture (12 metres high) was installed in the Place...more

Rousseau

Formerly known as the Island of the Boats, Rousseau Island owes its current name to its imposing bronze statue, erected in honor of the famous philosopher of the Enlightenment in 1835

Soleil Rouge

Meet up and soak up the positive energy! Wines, tapas, music: the fiesta.... Every night a new mood....

Meet up and soak up the positive energy! Wines, tapas, music: the fiesta.... Every night a new mood....

Parc de La Grange

A remarkable landscaped garden measuring 12,000 square metres, with one rosebush per sqaure metre! Created in 1945/46, this rose garden displays more than 200 different varieties in exceptional architectural harmony: the flowerbeds are in terrace form between large stairways of natural rock, enhanced by pools and pergolas.

Broken Chair

This monumental sculpture (12 metres high) was installed in the Place des Nations in August 1997, and is an appeal from the humanitarian organisation Handicap International, urging all nations to sign the Ottowa treaty (for the banning of landmines) immediately.

This monumental sculpture (12 metres high) was installed in the Place des Nations in August 1997, and is an appeal from the humanitarian organisation Handicap International, urging all nations to sign the Ottowa treaty (for the banning of landmines) immediately.