Brunswick Monument Tours

The Brunswick Monument in Geneva, Switzerland is a mausoleum for Charles II, the Duke of Brunswick. The Duke was an eccentric linguist, musician and horseman who came to Geneva after being driven out of his duchy of Braunsweig in 1830 and then building a fortune in Paris. He bequeathed his entire fortune to the city in exchange for such a monument being constructed in his honor. Never before had such a mausoleum been constructed in Geneva, so the monument’s construction was subject to great debate. While the Duke died in 1873, the monument was eventually built in 1879. Meant to be a replica of the Scaliger Tombs in Verona, Italy, it was designed in a neo-Gothic style and faces Lake Leman.

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The Brunswick Monument stands in the Jardin des Alpes on the Quai du Mont Blanc, about a five-minute walk from main train station. It is also just minutes away from a pier from which ferries arrive and depart to other spots along Lake Leman.
Address: Quai du Mont Blanc, Geneva, Switzerland
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