Palais des Nations

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  • Palais des Nations (Palace of Nations) was built between 1929 and 1938 as the headquarters of the League of Nations. Since the 1950s, it has served as the seat of the European headquarters of the United Nations, known as the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG). It stands in the Ariana Park overlooking Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc beyond.

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          G.IIB 2/7 · Sub-series · 1968-1973
          Part of UNOG Registry First Period, 1946-1973

          Installation of new lifts A/7B, 9.25; "monte-lettres" lift for correspondence I, II, IV, "monte-livres" lift for books 27, "monte-charges" heavy-duty lift 10, 21, 23, 26, 24, 28; renovation of conference rooms; transformation of Salle VI to Salon des Délégués; Pavillon entrance Pregny and Pavillon entrance sector Petit-Bois.