Through a pillared entryway southwest of Geneva's Hôtel de Ville, the Promenade de la Treille is settled with chestnut trees and offers points of view of Mont Salève and the Jura.
Against the divider under the promenade, in the delightful Parc des Bastions, stands the Reformation Monument, brought up in 1917 in affirmation of Geneva's power in the Protestant Reformation.
In the inside are figures of John Calvin, Guillaume Farel, Théodore de Bèze, and John Knox, unmistakable pioneers of that improvement.
These are flanked by those of the statesmen who cutting-edge the purpose behind enhancing the gathering, close by bas-lightening scenes from the authentic background of the Calvinist advancement.
At the closures are remembrances to Luther and Zwingli.