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Broken Chair Sculpture, Geneva

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web
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  • Whilst it probably doesn't rate a special journey to do so, this fascinating and massive structure is impressive and deserves to be seen. The fact that the chair has only three legs is intended to com...  read more »
  • Located in front of the UN, is a huge sculpture, bigger than I was expecting. Recommended, even if in passing
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  • We took the tram number 15 from the train station to see this attraction. It's there to represent those who have been injured in land mines etc. It is quite weird but great photo opportunities. It's r...  read more »
  • This is a sight to behold. It is quite big. I didn't know what it stood for when I first saw it, but search for Broken Chair to learn more.
  • As the name suggest it is just a sculpture and good to have some fun photos. Liked the fountains behind it. The height is 12 metres and the idea behind this is to promote peace and it stands infront of the other entrance of United Nations building.
  • This sculpture is right in front of the United Nations Headquarters, easily accessible by tramway or buses. The sculpture is huge, enormous and is beautiful. But I would not recommend it on a rainy day if you wish to stay in front long. Visited January 2016
  • Really beautiful sculpture located just in front of the UN HQ. Fountains all around it and you'll see children playing everywhere.
  • Unique photo opp. Stands for mine victims.
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