The clock, set on a slight slant for less demanding review, changes with the regular blossoming plants that shape its beautiful face.
It was the first English-style park in Geneva.
Its winding paths, copses, rotundas, fresh grass, huddles of trees and monumental fountain are just as charming today. The old bandstand hosts many concerts in the evenings during the summer.
Various vessel administrations utilize the lake from here, including the Mouettes Genevoises engine dispatches that have carried between lakeside quays since 1897.
Rive Gauche is a south side lake.
Its having natural beauty.