|Geneva, The Capital of Peace, has the highest density of millionaires in the world and, yes, it is an expensive place to live. But that shouldn't stop anyone from visiting this wonderful city. Geneva is a global city with residents representing more than 180 nationalities. It is a compact city and most of its tourist sites are within walking distance of each other. Among these are the Jet d'eau, a landmark for the city and the world's tallest water fountain. The city's lovely cobblestoned old town (La Vieille Ville) offers a glimpse of the city's origin with sites that include Saint Peter's Cathedral, Maison Tavel (the oldest house in the city) and Place du Bourg-de-Four, a traditional center of the Old Town.|
Monument to the Workers of All Countries - This photo gallery shows the statue honoring Albert Thomas, a French politician and the first Director of the International Labor Office located in Geneva. Thomas had a reputation of listening to union and worker complaints and offering positive advice. The statue was sculpted by Paul Landowski. It is decorated with workers from different trades and different continents. The statue is located in Geneva, Switzerland on Rue la Lausanne.