About The Barbier-Muller Museum
The Barbier-Muller Museum (Musee Barbier-Mueller) is a famous art museum in Geneva with an impressive collection of historic pieces from civilizations around the globe. In fact, from Africa to Oceania, Indonesia to America, the Barbier-Muller Museum has some 7,000 pieces representing the works of peoples from a variety of places and time periods.
The items at the Barbier-Muller Museum are also wide-ranging and include everything from fabrics to jewels, sculptures to ritual items.
The Geneva Museum of Ethnography in Boulevard Carl-Vogt exhibits historic items from around the world and a range of civilisations.
The Palais des Nations in Geneva has been the official European headquarters of the United Nations since 1966.
St Peter’s Cathedral is a famed cathedral in Geneva dating back to the 12th century with an adjoining archaeological site.
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