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I made it a point to read (audiobook) and finish Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein book before and during my visit to Geneva, as this is where she had her inspiration to write the book.
Regardless of any pictures you may have seen on TV or at...More
When I asked the receptionist at my hotel where I could find the statue, he had no idea what I was talking about. Undeterred I set off to find it...it’s an easy find on a tram route and marks the scene of where Frankenstein’s creation...More
It's not in the Museum of Contemporary Art, but it puts the artists in there to shame.... For anyone who has read Mary Shelley, or seen the recent drama in the UK, this is a must... But anyway, it makes you think hard about the...More
This is simply a statue of Frankenstein's monster walking through an area of Plainpalais. It's life sized, if I can say that, and is completely by itself. Erected to commemorate the fact that parts of Mary Shelley's book is based in Geneva. It didn't take...More
When you are in old twon of Geneva take a while and turn from Park of Bastions down to Plainpalais. After visiting serious places like Museum of Reformation or Protestant Cathedral of Saint Pierre it is nice to be in this lively place full of...More