The two main UN locations are a real contrast - at least on the outside. Whereas New York is a relatively modern building with the East River providing a backdrop, the Palais is, in effect, a group of interconnected buildings surrounded by green parks. A word of caution. In New York, the public entrance is very close to the main building. In Geneva, visitors have to enter by a gate that is a walk uphill from the main entrance, several minutes away. One of the interesting features to note is the huge chair in front of the main entrance, and the fountains that play during the warmer months. Do make the effort to find out about the chair.
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