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English below <p></<p> _____________ <p></<p> Les marronniers (Aesculus hippocastanum) de la promenade de la Treille à Genève apportent de l’ombrage aux passant-es et font partie de l’identité culturelle de ce lieu emblématique de la ville. <p></<p> _____________ <p></<p> The chestnut trees (Aesculus hippocastanum) on the Promenade de la Treille in Geneva are non-native, and yet they provide beauty and shade for passers-by. In addition, the individuals in this iconic space are culturally important, as their flower buds signal the arrival of spring.

By Martin Schlaepfer

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English below _____________ Les marronniers (Aesculus hippocastanum) de la promenade de la Treille à Genève apportent de l’ombrage aux passant-es et font partie de l’identité culturelle de ce lieu emblématique de la ville. _____________ The chestnut trees (Aesculus hippocastanum) on the Promenade de la Treille in Geneva are non-native, and yet they provide beauty and shade for passers-by. In addition, the individuals in this iconic space are culturally important, as their flower buds signal the arrival of spring

Topics: CdP_201019_Schlaepfer
Year: 2020
OAI identifier: oai:unige.ch:unige:143265
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