Geneva's cathedral (St-Pierre) is seen from a distance as it sits on a hill overlooking the city. The cathedral was built on the premises of a much older cathedral, dating from the early Middle Ages (which you can visit by going down on a special archeological site). The actual cathedral was built in the late Middle Ages and converted to protestantism in the XVIth century, which makes its interior very austere.
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Place du Bourg-de-Four 24, 1204 Genève, Switzerland
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