Philippe Pascoët, Chocolatier

Philippe Pascoët, Chocolatier

Winner of the Prix de l’Artisanat de Genève 2006, Philippe Pascoët boldly mixes different varieties of chocolate, fruit purees, and herbs to produce original creations such as passion fruit, black currant and saffron-flavoured chocolates.more

Ste-Trinité Church

Ste-Trinité Church

With its coating of pink granite, the spherical Ste-Trinité Church arouses curiosity. Set in the centre of the city, this singular church stands out amid the surrounding buildings. Built in 1994, its original architecture is subject to a range of...more

Place des Nations

Place des Nations

Created between 1987 and 1991 by the painter Venturelli and recognised...more

Philippe Pascoët, Chocolatier

Winner of the Prix de l’Artisanat de Genève 2006, Philippe Pascoët boldly mixes different varieties of chocolate, fruit purees, and herbs to produce original creations such as passion fruit, black currant and saffron-flavoured chocolates.

Ste-Trinité Church

With its coating of pink granite, the spherical Ste-Trinité Church arouses curiosity. Set in the centre of the city, this singular church stands out amid the surrounding buildings. Built in 1994, its original architecture is subject to a range of interpretations.

With its coating of pink granite, the spherical Ste-Trinité Church arouses curiosity. Set in the centre of the city, this singular church stands out amid the surrounding buildings. Built in 1994, its original architecture is subject to a range of interpretations.

Place des Nations

Created between 1987 and 1991 by the painter Venturelli and recognised by UNESCO, these 7 windows provide a sermon on human rights and on the Christian message.

The impressive Place des Nations is Geneva’s contribution to world peace. At the heart of international Geneva, this agora provides a forum for global citizens to challenge public opinion and diplomats.