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Canton de Genève
The canton of Geneva is located in the southwestern corner of Switzerland; and is considered one of the most cosmopolitan areas of the country. As the center of the Calvinist Reformation, the city of Geneva has had a huge influence on the canton, which essentially consists of the city and its suburbs.
Ville de Genève
Geneva is a global city, a financial hub, and worldwide center for diplomacy due to the presence of numerous international organizations. These include the headquarters of many of the agencies of the United Nations and the Red Cross. The city has been referred to as the world’s most compact metropolis and the “Peace Capital”.
Located in the heart of the Trois-Chênes and next to the Seymaz river, the town of Chêne-Bourg is the youngest, smallest and the most densely populated town in the canton of Geneva.
Chêne-Bougeries is a municipality in the Canton of Geneva, Switzerland. It recently passed the symbolic milestone of 10,000 inhabitants and thus officially became a city. The name of Chêne-Bougeries derives from a massive oak tree forest called the Bougeries that used to surround the area.
Choulex is particularly proud to participate in the Harmony Geneva Marathon for Unicef by providing hospitality over three kilometres of the event. On Saturday May 7th and Sunday 8th, 2016, the inhabitants of Choulex will do everything they can to make their part of the marathon a real success.
Marrying the sporting event with the discovery of numerous municipalities has been strength of the Harmony Geneva Marathon for Unicef since 2011. We congratulate the organisers for their commitment as well as the devotion of the volunteers.
The town of Cologny is proud to host the 12th edition of the Harmony Geneva Marathon for Unicef. Located on the left bank of Lake Geneva, Colongy is an extremely beautiful and quaint little town. The marathon route will pass through the municipality from the chemin du Vieux-Vésenaz to the chemin de Haute-Belotte.
Gy is happy to welcome back the Geneva Marathon for Unicef in a privileged environment in the heart of the Geneva countryside. If you need a small breath, sit under a tree and enjoy a few moments in the fresh air. The beauty of the Gy area should help motivate runners to push that little bit further.
Jussy is an agricultural village. Its forest has several marked trails which are appreciated by many local runners. The municipality of Jussy is proud to welcome thousands of runners for this 12th edition of the Harmony Geneva Marathon for Unicef.
Meinier is used to seeing runners on its roads, because since 1985 the Association Courir pour Aider has organised the 10km de Meinier to help support humanitarian projects.
Presinge is located on the marathon route once again. The entire town is already looking forward to being there to support the runners on the day of the event.
The crossing of Puplinge by Harmony Geneva Marathon for Unicef has become an annual event important for our town since it is one of the refreshment points. This year we also welcome the relay runners who will pass the baton on our municipal square for the fourth stage of relay.
Marathon running is a complete sport, as it teaches one to manage their efforts and achieve personal fulfilment on the finish line. The race also provides entertainment for the local population of Thônex who will be out in their droves on event-day to support the runners.
There are 2573 people in Vandœuvres, and tradition has it that there is one oak tree per inhabitant in the town. In 2016, for the third time, Vandœuvres will host runners and walkers on Saturday, May 7th on the 10 km race. Marathon runners will also pass through Vandoeuvres on the Sunday.