The huge broken leg will at the entrance of the United Nations Headquarters symbolizes the casualties caused by the war, especially the landmine explosion, and warns people to make every effort to prevent the war. Individuals are not allowed to visit here. They have to queue at the door and then form a group of 20 people to be guided by a tour guide. The six working languages of the United Nations are English, French, Spanish, Chinese, Russian and Arabic. At the door I saw a welcome in Chinese. Our tour guide is German. My tour is from all over the world, so I use English as a tour guide. He said he would speak five and a half of the six working languages of the United Nations, half of which were Chinese, but he could chat with me fluently in Chinese, and I could imagine how good his other five languages would be. Originally an hour of visiting time, because you asked a lot of questions, it turned into an hour and a half, and got a lot of information about how the United Nations has worked tirelessly for decades for world peace. It 's a rewarding trip.
The Palais des Nations is a famous building in Geneva and the seat of the United Nations headquarters in Europe. Visitors must carry passports and pass security before they can enter. The inside circular conference hall is very spectacular. Ambassadors from all over the world are here to discuss international events. The building is large in scale and its interior decoration is a gift from governments of all countries. The building is surrounded by large gardens, pines and cypresses, decorated with monuments, statues, etc. The scenery is very beautiful.
Standing down at Nation is the main entrance to United Nations Headquarters. Because the strategy says that the door will open at 10 o'clock, we will be at the main entrance at 9:30. But because the strategy was not well done, he still foolishly took pictures at the front door, swayed and waited for the door to open. Later, when I saw that 10 o'clock was coming, no one came to the queue to find something wrong. The original visit to Palais des Nations was not through this main entrance, but along the left-hand slope, walking for about 7, 8 minutes, from the side entrance. The side door opens at 10 a.m. When we got to the side door, dozens of people were queuing up in front of us. After passing the security check, we had to submit our passport to the counter. The purpose of passport submission is not only to register personal information, but also to be a badge, which should be worn throughout the visit process. This badge is quite memorable, but usually the big lady at the counter will say that a few people will hand in a passport and a badge. So if you want everyone to run a badge, remember to explain it to the lady at the counter. We just suffered this loss, when the elder sister said to give me a passport, we gave it to me, the result of badge is my head. So LP quit. Save 500 words of comfort from me. When you get badge, you have to go downstairs and pay the tour fee, 12 CHF per person. After paying the fee, go through the garden, go to the visiting hall, take the visiting badge, and determine the time of the visit. Our visit is scheduled for 10:45, English group. While waiting, I happened to meet a boy who was also from Guangzhou, who bought a ticket for CAAC Airlines during the promotion of CAAC Airlines in September. He traveled alone in Europe, from Spain to France, Switzerland to Italy, for a month, so handsome. At 10:40, the staff who led the tour appeared on time, took you upstairs to visit the conference rooms, introduced the history, responsibilities and functions of the United Nations, and so on. One of the conference rooms, MM on the left side of the screen, is to explain to us. Souvenirs from countries to the United Nations are placed in the corridor between conference rooms. China sent a painting, the Temple of Heaven. The beauty of this painting is that no matter what angle you look at it, the road in front of the Temple of Heaven is in the direction of your sight. If you keep your eyes on the painting and walk from the left to the right, you will find that the road follows your line of sight.
The Palais des Nations is a famous building in Geneva, Switzerland. It is located on the Bank of Lake Geneva in the northeastern suburb of Geneva, far from the majestic Alps. The surroundings are surrounded by green trees and beautiful surroundings. The Palais des Nations, also known as the League of Nations Building, is the headquarters of the predecessor of the United Nations "the League of Nations". It is now the United Nations Office in Geneva, also known as the United Nations Headquarters in Europe. The Palace of Nations is composed of four magnificent buildings, with the central hall of the General Assembly, the library and the new building on the north and the Council hall on the south, together with gardens and courtyards, covering an area of 2.5 square kilometres. It's very difficult for private people to get in here, and group tours can get in within the prescribed time.
Today I visited the Palais des Nations, the United Nations branch in Geneva. Fortunately, there are no meetings in the two main conference rooms for us to visit today. The conference room of the Old Palais des Nations mainly holds various United Nations summits and the General Assembly of the International Health Organization. There is a main conference room in the new hall. Tuhao sponsored luxury conference rooms that exceeded the United Nations standard in terms of specifications, using the Middle East design style of Japanese logs, Italian leather and Chinese LED display. Our country's national gift-brocade has adopted ingenious design, which makes the front door and footpath of the Temple of Heaven look at itself from any angle. It symbolizes China's 17 sustainable development goals of welcoming foreign friends from all over the world and the United Nations.
Because of the time, I visited the appearance and did not go in. A must-see place to visit Geneva. There are still a lot of tourists. The first three pictures are the entrance doors for visitors, while the last three pictures are the other doors, which visitors cannot enter.
The Palais des Nations is located in Geneva, the headquarters of the United Nations Office at Geneva, in Ariana Park. It is one of the must-see places for Geneva travel. From the main entrance of the Palais des Nations downhill, to the Palais des Nations Square, a very famous broken-leg chair, is a symbol of anti-landmine, profound implication.
This is the European headquarters of the United Nations. In front of it are the flags of European countries. Across the square stood a chair with a broken leg, symbolizing the people's yearning for peace, as well as an appeal against landmines and violence against civilians.
The flag can be photographed at the main entrance, but the visitors'entrance to the Palace of Nations has to go around a large area of woods on the right to the opposite side of the Red Cross Museum. From security checks, passport checks, photo shoots, downstairs booking visit time payment, to the 39 Gate gathering, and then a unified visit for 1 hour, must be arranged for 2 hours. It is suggested to take a bus to Nation Station, take a picture of the main entrance and then go to the right rear entrance.
This magnificent building, which was built in 1929, is the predecessor of the League of Nations and is now the European headquarters of the United Nations, known as the Palais des Nations. It is situated on a large grassland near Lake Geneva, with dozens of conference rooms and more than 1,000 offices. When visiting, you need to take part in a tour group, which is equipped with Chinese guides for Chinese people. When you enter, you can visit and understand the functions of each important conference hall, and appreciate paintings and works of art from different countries. Tickets are 12 Swiss francs. Passes are not allowed to be discounted, but they are still worth going.