Neuschwanstein
MUSÉE D'ETHNOGRAPHIE DE GENÈVE

Established in 1901 by Prof. Eugène Pittard, the Ethnographic Museum of Geneva contains about 100.000 objects and documents, the second largest collection of its kind in Switzerland.
It provides a reflection of the exceptional and long-standing relationship that Geneva has with the rest of the world. Likewise, the objects exhibited reflect the diversity, the richness and the creativity of traditional cultures from the Five Continents.
Besides the exhibitions, the Museum publishes books and audio CD's.
The Museum's journal "Totem" is avaiable free of charge.

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