If you're into the Reformation, then take a few minutes to check out this wall and read the inscriptions.
About Reformation Wall (Mur de la Reformation)
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This huge wall with murals depicting various episodes in the Protestant Reformation is breathtaking. Only a historian can fully appreciate all the imagery and inscriptions on the wall. There are a few inscriptions in English, but most of it is understandably in French, so it...More
When I visited the place, I liked the way the statues were made to mark the history and it is great monument to be at
I visited Geneva for work in 2000 and whilst there went to the reformation wall. If you are interested in the reformation movement and its founding fathers then this monument is a must see.
If you are not an historian, then I suggest that you go see it with a guide, to better understand the significance of this wall. You can look at all the men (and only the men!) who were part of the Reformation. Actually, there is...More
Nothing spectacular, but if you are out and about, it is worth the short walk to see it. The park it self is nice and makes for a nice walk
In my opinion, this attraction is much overrated. It is located in a quiet park, a short walk from the city centre. I would not go out of my way to see it again.
This wall was built to commemorate many of the key events, documents, and leaders of the Protestant reform movement. The wall does this thru statues and bas relief. The wall is part of the University of Geneva of which John Calvin was a founder. The...More