Geneva's largest church, located in the old city, is the tallest building, two high-altitude bell tower spires are very eye-catching. The bell tower of the church can be visited for a fee, and the city of Geneva and the Great Fountain can be seen at the highest point. The scenery is first-class. The underground floor of the church is a monument exhibition, which can be visited free of charge with Swiss pass.
Walking into the cathedral first passes through a corridor with light-colored white marble pillars carved with exquisite patterns from left to right on the arch of the long corridor. There are many figures on the arch of the corridor. The whole tawny top is covered with three-dimensional patterns and patterns. Then through a door, the cathedral enters the cathedral hall. The interior of the Cathedral is magnificently ornate to be fearful and suffocating.
Then we walked to the nearby St. Peter's Cathedral, which was built between 1160 and 1232. Near the closing time, we became the last visitors to the cathedral. Later, I found out that the symbolic building, apart from the appearance of a variety of architectural styles, the original building was built in Roman style, its arch was Gothic, and the 18th century added the main entrance was Greek-Roman cylinders and the dome of the Pantheon similar to Rome. Beneath it lies Europe's largest underwater monument open to the public, which will enable visitors to understand how the cathedral evolved from a simple chapel to its present size.
Navigation problems, close at hand, but always can not find... Appearance does not look particularly special, after entering also not very special, must climb the top!!! I said I would never climb the top again, because the spiral stairs of European churches make me sick. But when I saw a picture of me entering the church, I still wanted to go up. The view on the top of the North Tower is very good.