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Mur de la Reformation, in the Parc des Bastions, Geneva, Switzerland
Geneva, Switzerland

This wall has been inaugurated in 1911 and has 3 serie of scuptures representing the most proponent people of the During the Reformation, Geneva was the centre of calvinism, and its history and heritage since the sixteenth century has been closely linked to that of protestantism. Due to the close connections to that theology, the individuals most prominently depicted on the Wall were Calvinists; nonetheless, key figures in other theologies are also included.

For more details, please go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reformation_Wall

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Uploaded: 22/09/2009
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