When you come to Switzerland, you must go to Geneva. When you come to Geneva, you must see the flower clocks. Geneva's famous scenic spot, located on the Bank of Lake Geneva, is a kind of facility that can be appreciated as well as reflect the function of clock. Switzerland is known as "Garden Country", also known as "Home of Watches and Clocks". What's more wonderful is that Swiss skilled craftsmen perfectly combine the beauty of flowers with the manufacturing technology of watches and clocks, and ingeniously create "Flower Clocks". Its mechanical mechanism is set underground, and the clock face on the ground is covered with fresh green grass, while the Arabic numerals representing 12 hours are composed of dense red flowers. Sometimes, the clock face is full of gorgeous flowers, but its Arabic numerals are replaced by flat green stubble. When the blooming period of the flowers that make up the bell face is over, people will plant another kind of flower to make the bell face form a new pattern. Swiss people are very proud of the design of flower clocks. The map of Geneva uses flower clocks as its symbol. This kind of clock can also be seen in parks in other Swiss cities, but only in Geneva is the real "ancestor".
Another famous scenic spot in the old city. It's nothing, just a clock. On one side of the flower clock is Lake Geneva, on the other side is a busy commercial street, surrounded by various famous shops and watch shops. You can do boats or buses when you are tired. Or just pick out the dessert at the chocolate shop. In short, Geneva is very small, walking back to the origin.
What about the famous fountain and landmark clock in Geneva? The fountain is really untouched the fountain is so hard to eject that it looks so tired. For the Chinese who are used to watching the giant bonsai in Tiananmen Square on National Day every year, they almost miss it. It is a group of exquisite flower carvings at the intersection. I try to photograph it as grand as possible, but the big white goose in the port of Geneva is very lovely.
A morning stroll in Geneva. When I came to Switzerland, I had a fancy blue sky. The temperature, humidity and sunshine were just right. The air was much better than in previous countries. Switzerland is famous for its watch industry, and the lakeside Geneva landmark clock is also a clock element. Concentration and ingenuity.
Flower clocks belong to the famous scenic spots in Geneva. Many people visit them every day. Switzerland, as the home of clocks and watches, still has a lot of ideas. Flower clocks are the perfect combination of garden beauty and clock art. They are very beautiful and worth visiting.
Switzerland is the home of watches and clocks. In the "English Garden" on the lakeside of Geneva, there is a unique flower clock, which symbolizes Switzerland as a "Kingdom of Watches and Clocks". The clock face is green lawn, 12 Arabic characters and a sub-standard on the clock face, which is composed of flowers of different seasons. The minute hand of a clock moves on the drum like an ordinary clock, indicating the exact time. With the change of summer and winter season, gardeners have changed the varieties of flowers on the clock surface to make the clock run all the year round and vomit fragrance forever.