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Place des Nations (Nations) - Genève, Suisse
Place des Nations (Nations) - Genève, Suisse

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Description: The Broken chair, is a monumental sculpture of wood. Author of the sculpture is Swiss artist Daniel Berset. It weighs 5.5 tons and is made of carpenter Louis Genève. The height is 12 m - roughly the height of 4-storey building.

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Place des Nations (Nations) - Genève, Suisse

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Amelie 2013-02-23 18:53:36

Thank you, JLily and Andrew, for your attitude! I'm glad you like it. This is an extraordinary place in Geneva - on the square in front of the United Nations!

Anonymous 2013-02-23 13:43:28

We would like to vote for the wreath. Thank you for the Blog. Not sure if the other cenommt went to the right place. think I responded to our little trip. Either way, it is great seeing Andrew. We love you and miss you Andrew.

Anonymous 2013-02-23 10:37:35

Thank you for this blog and for posting these wuonerfdl pictures. The boys look like they had lots of fun.Thomas it is so nice to see you doing well. We are all praying for you back home and anticipate your return. We love you!

Anonymous 2013-02-20 06:35:03

Isabelle, my granddaughter, and I read your snow story about Dinsky this monring. She loved the way you made Dinsky talk and discribe his escapade in the snow. You have a real knack with words and should write some children's stories. Sincerely, JLily