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Designed by Turinese architects
Explore the charming village of Carouge, a municipality in the Canton of Geneva. The village was established in 1754, when it was granted to the Kingdom of Sardinia. The King of Sardinia ordered it to be built, to compete with Geneva. The village was designed by Turinese architects, around an axis planted with trees (the Place du Marché) and low houses with galleries in the rear, opening out onto gardens.
Here, you’ll experience a unique, Mediterranean atmosphere. Expect bustling streets and shaded squares alongside trendy designer and antique shops, restaurants and bistros. Visitors to Carouge are sure to encounter a warm and friendly ambience.