Jean-Gabriel Eynard made two views of Geneva, which together form a panorama of a section of his adopted city. He stood in the old city on the left bank of the Rhone River, looking toward the quays along the right bank. Here he focused on the wooded island named after the famous writer and philosopher of the 1700s, Jean Jacques Rousseau, a native of Geneva. To the far right, the lower end of Lake Geneva opens out from the Rhone River.


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