Carouge – Cidade Italiana da Realeza, próxima a Genebra

Carouge

A1 - Bachet dir Praille

A1 - Bachet dir Praille

Genève - Gebäude des TSR

Genève - Gebäude des TSR

Geneva 2

Geneva 2

A1 - La Praille dir Acacias

A1 - La Praille dir Acacias

A1-Bachet dir Aéroport

A1-Bachet dir Aéroport

A Itália situa-se próxima a Genebra. Mesmo não tendo sido uma cidade da realeza de Saboia há quase 200 anos, a cidade de Carouge ainda pertence à Suíça, havendo sido projetada por arquitetos italianos e mantendo o seu charme romano até hoje.

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Carouge is a city that is just a couple of minutes away from Geneva. Because of its strategically convenient location on the river Arve, it was even in the 1st century BC a popular place for bridges, customs facilities and fortifications.

Carouge was heavily fought over for centuries and was completely rebuilt in the 18th century by the Dukes of Savoy, who were at that time in possession of Carouge and intended to create a city to rival Geneva. A city with a Latin character came into being, with a chessboard design and with regularly arranged, square house blocks. Many of the neo-classical houses and the inner courtyard gardens are well preserved and have been converted to restaurants, fashion boutiques, workshops, ateliers and antique stores.

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