Ford developed the modern production line for automobiles. Thanks to him, cars became the most efficient means of transportation. I hope you've enjoyed this series of old-timers. Photo taken in February 2004.
My local old-timer expert Louis LaVache has advised me this is a 1920s Alfa Romeo. It was my favorite car on display, but that probably has to do with the color more than anything else! Photo taken in February 2004.
I don't know much about cars, but here's a look at an "older" model Rolls Royce. You can see this one inside the Pierre Gianadda Museum in Martigny, Switzerland. They have a whole collection of old-timers. And they all really run too! Photo taken in February 2004.
The Brunswick Monument is a memorial to the Duke of Brunswick who died in Geneva in 1873. He left his fortune to the city on the condition that they erect him a monument even more beautiful than that of the Scaligeri family in Verona. I think the golden-winged angels fit the bill. Photo taken in February 2004.
The Cathedral Saint Pierre is a Gothic beauty in the heart of Geneva, Switzerland. It was originally a Catholic church but was converted during the reformation, you can even see Calvin's chair inside. Photo taken in February 2004.