In Switzerland, called Lake Geneva, it is the largest of the Alpine lakes. A large part is in Switzerland, and a small part is in France. The lake is large and long. I went in May. It was a bit cloudy on that day. It was still cold when the wind blew. Many people were still wearing thin down clothes. There are many runners along the lake in the morning. There are many yachts in the lake. There are beautiful white swans on the lake.
The April and spring of Lake Geneva are very beautiful. Blue sky, white clouds and flowers are in full bloom. It's a pleasant walk along the lake. The noticeable high-altitude fountain is said to have originated from a water pipe accident, but the local people like it very much and think it looks good, so it was retained and made bigger, becoming a famous local attraction. Typical bad things turn into good things.
Lake Geneva, also known as Lake Lehmann, is formed by the melting of snow and water in the Alps. The Lake area is very large. It is the largest of many lakes in the Alps. A boat tour of the lake should be the best choice. You can enjoy the beautiful scenery of Lake Geneva on a flight to Yiyun or Ivar.
Lake Lehmann (French: lac L&_3; man), also known as Lake Geneva (lac de Gen&_2; ve), is an important lake in Western Europe. Lake Lehmann is slightly crescent-shaped. The lake shore and the East-West end belong to Switzerland's Wachow, Valley and Geneva, while the south shore belongs to France's Upper Savoy. Switzerland and France occupy 60 [% and 40 [% of the lake surface, respectively. Lake Lehmann is the second largest freshwater lake in Central Europe, after Lake Barraton. At that time, I lived within walking distance of Lake Geneva and passed it almost every day, but I really saw the fountain on the last day of Geneva. It was very beautiful against the blue sky. When I went to Geneva in September, the wind was very strong, especially at the lakeside. Southerners couldn't stand it at all. It was suggested that we should take windshield clothes!
One of the most beautiful lakes in Switzerland, the water is blue-green. There are many small towns along the lake, Lausanne, Montreux, Warwick and so on. You can take a cruise boat to the lake, free of charge by Swiss pass (but the second floor of the boat is first class and the difference needs to be made up).
As a famous tourist attraction in Switzerland, there are many places of interest and historic interest. There are famous international monuments to religious reform, St. Pierre's Cathedral, Grand Theatre, Museum of Art and History, University of Geneva and so on. In many museums in Geneva, there are many precious cultural relics of ancient China, Japan, Greece and Rome.
Lake Geneva, known as Lake Lehmann in France, is the largest of the Alps. The lake covers an area of about 224 square miles, 140 square miles in Switzerland and 84 square miles in France. Lake Geneva was formed by the Rona Glacier. The lake is arched and its concave point faces south. After the dissolution of the Rona Glacier, the Rona River is formed, which is the main river of Lake Geneva in Turna. Lake Geneva is 1,230 feet above sea level and 46 miles long. The widest part of the lake is 8.5 miles. The deepest part of the lake is 1017 feet. The lakeside and adjacent areas have a mild climate and little temperature variation, and many scenic spots have been built. Lake Geneva is the world's largest mountain barrier lake. There are many white swans swimming in the water near the wharf in the lake. They are very beautiful.
In fact, my family stayed in a smaller town in Switzerland. Geneva is a one-night stop. Lake Geneva is still worth visiting. Now that I have arrived at home and abroad, I will go to see Ha. Without being a cruise ship or interested, he walked around the lake and sat down to eat ice cream. The feet touched intimately in the lake for several minutes.