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The Jet d'Eau is Geneva's most famous monument and the world's tallest water fountain. More than thirty museums and art galleries in Geneva, including the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum and the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MAMCO) signifies the rich and vibrant history of the city.

The small metropolis of Geneva is located at the tip of crescent-shaped Lake. The Right Bank of the lake is home of major international organizations, including the United Nations and International Red Cross. The left bank of the river is home of the Old Town, with several important museums and its major shopping streets, the famous Flower Clock.