Switzerland Photos - Travel & Fine Art

Panorama of Geneva and Lake Geneva from Jet d'Eau | Switzerland

Panorama of Geneva | Switzerland

Panorama of Geneva | Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland Geneva is the second-largest city in Switzerland, after Zurich. It is located in the area where the Rhine River flows into Lake Geneva. Geneva’s main language is French, but if you’re just passing...
Panorama of Lugano - lake city and the Alps; Switzerland

Panorama of Lugano | Switzerland

Panorama of Lugano | Switzerland Lugano, Switzerland The city of Lugano is located in the “Italian-speaking” part of Switzerland. For this, Lake Lugano is located between other well-known lakes: Lago Maggiore and Lago di Como in the southern Alps in the...
Lugano and Lugano Lake during a summer in the Alps; Ticino region in Switzerland.

Lugano Lake in the Alps | Switzerland

Lugano Lake in the Alps | Switzerland Lugano, Switzerland If you connect Switzerland with the Alpine scenery and the typical cold weather – this is the right connection, but it is not everywhere. There is a place named Lugano in Switzerland that is an Italian speaking...
United Nations Human Rights Room and Cupola, Geneva, Switzerland.

United Nations Human Rights Room | Geneva, Switzerland

The structure of the “dome” began in 2007 and was completed 9 months later when the author, artist Miquel Barcelo placed his signature in the middle of the Cupola. Knowing that for this 1,400 square meters of ceiling, they needed 35,000 kilos of paint – this was met with great awe! The art piece on the Cupola is a metaphor of what the United Nations represent.

Bâtiment des Forces Motrices BFM in Geneva, Switzerland at night

Bâtiment des Forces Motrices BFM | Geneva, Switzerland

The Bâtiment des Forces Motrices, also known as BFM in Geneva, is a building, which immediately put me under its spell. During an evening stroll through the second largest city in Switzerland the sumptuous illuminated building in the middle of the river Rhône caught my photographic eye in a heartbeat. The BFM was originally constructed between 1883 and 1892 as a hydroelectric power plant and was used as such until 1960.