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This landlocked country of chocolate and watches has several unusual sides. Find a collection of hand-picked global travel posts about Switzerland here – from Inside the Travel Lab.

The Man Who Makes Baubles for the Pope

Weinachtsbaumschmuckausstattungsgeschäft. At 40 letters long, Weinachtsbaumschmuckausstattungsgeschäft’s the longest word there is, at least on the snowy-sweet streets of Basel. And while…

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Geneva Convention: Searching for Warmth in a Cold City

Geneva, Switzerland. My first thoughts leaped to watches, chocolates and human rights – and my first half hour in the city certainly backed up that list.

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Broken Chair

The Broken Chair jolts out of the dreary Place des Nations in Geneva. Surrounded by steady traffic and standing opposite the European UN Headquarters, I found its size, odd rust-green colour and geometrical..

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One Thousand Ways to Say Hello

Geneva is a city with an international reputation and Place du Molard clearly wants people […]

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Ghosts Underground – The Truth About the Red Cross

The Museum of the International Red Cross and Crescent, Geneva They stand together. Arms shackled, […]

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