A city of southwest Switzerland found on Lake Geneva and bisected because of the Rhone River. Originally an ancient Celtic settlement, it was a focal point associated with Reformation after the arrival of John Calvin in 1536. Geneva ended up being the headquarters of this League of Nations (1920-1946) and it is however the website of several international organizations. Populace: 179,000.
Lake in addition Lake Le·man (lēˈmən, lə-măɴˈ)Geneva A lake on Swiss-French border between your Alps while the Jura Mountains. Its traversed east to west-by the Rhone River.