It's a clock. It has flowers. It's a flower clock. It tell the time accurately which you would hope a clock would do in Switzerland. Ummm, that's about it :)
This clock with a face made up of flowers is one of the most recognizable spots in Geneva. The flowers are changed several times a year to freshen its look. I wonder if tourists notice this. The styling of the clock, or landscaping can vary a lot. Yes, pickpockets are common in this area. Also in the public toilets nearby.... More
My husband and I went to this beautiful tourist attraction around 9 AM to avoid the crowd. There were a moderate number of "tourists" milling around the flower clock. Some tourists were Japanese who took turn in taking solo shots. They left without anything happening to them . When it was my husband's turn to pose for his souvenir photo,... More
maybe when we visited this place it was afternoon and weather was very hot. so we could only sustain for about 20 mins to get a few photos. it might be pleasant towards evening when its cooler.
As mediocre as everybody suggests, on top of that, the clock was late some 10 minutes! It is a blasphemy in Switzerland, don't you think :) Apart from that, it really is a nice clock you can spend a minute or two looking at it and taking a photo. When going to see the water jet, you can't miss it... More
Beautiful Flower Clock. I had seen the Flower Clock in Niagra Falls Park, but I didn't know that Geneva started this floral fashion until I came here. Great for pictures.
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