GENEVA (FR. GENÈVE `{` ƷƏˈNƐV`} `, FRANKOPROV. GENEVA, NEM. GENF, ITAL. GINEVRA, ROMSH. GENEVRA) – CITY IN SOUTHWEST OF SWITZERLAND. THE CAPITAL OF A SINGLE-SPRING CANTON AND AN ADMINISTRATIVE CENTER OF A SINGLE-COMMUNAL COMMUNE.

In Geneva you will learn:

• How did a vegetable soup save a whole town?

• With the help of what did the Duke of Braunschweig embarrass Geneva ladies?

• What tragedy did happen in the life of Fyodor Dostoevsky?

• How did Switzerland become a tourist country thanks to a single novel?

• How did the most ephemeral monument in Geneva emerge?

• Where is the Calvin’s chair kept?

• What kind of baths did Leo Tolstoy take in Geneva?

• What weather disasters did Nikolay Gogol escape from?

 

Another portion of curiosities for you is as follows:

• How did the head of the French Customs Office become the Europe’s greatest smuggler?

• To whom were the words “Jacques, love your country” addressed?

 

Furthermore, you will discover:

• Where did the famous Agent 007 study?

 

…and much more!