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The Flower Clock, Geneva

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Landmark · Tourist Spot
Created as a symbol of the city's watchmakers, The Flower Clock celebrates nature and changes with each season. With a diameter of 5 m (16.4 ft), the clock features the world's longest second hand, measuring 2.5 m (8.2 ft). Created in 1955, 6,500 flowers and plants make up the functional clock, which reflects the time transmitted via satellite. Our Geneva road trip app makes visiting The Flower Clock and other Geneva attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Why not? Not sure how old it is but in the City of watchmakers, a perfect choice to emphasize the importance that watchmaking has had to the region. It's quite colourful too. Must cost a bomb to...  more »
  • Over the Pont du Mont-Blanc bridge is the English Garden where you will see this beautiful flower clock. The flowers get changed. Worth a visit.  more »
  • When you're nearby, have a look.
  • L'horloge fleurie, or the flower clock is one of the main attraction of the city in Geneva. This clock always look different as they are made of different flowers in different seasons. It's a famous tourist spot and you can see many tourists clicking pictures of this beautiful design. Posted a picture clicked by me few years back..Hope to visit the place in near future too.

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