One Day in the City of Geneva. (1956)

Film-document №4660 1 part, Duration: 0:10:16 to collection Price category A

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Kristi L.

Script writers: Koloshin A.

Operators: Koloshin A.


The documentary about the capital of Switzerland - Geneva .

Temporary description

Landscapes of Switzerland. Lake Geneva. Geneva streets, buildings and monuments. Swiss Army soldiers pass on the street. Geneva residents in the streets, in the park. Arva river. Panoramic photography - Vezena village, where he lived, Lenin in 1920. December rue de Pont, where Lenin lived in Geneva in 1908.

Reel №1


Mountain village.

Lake Geneva.

On the lake there are steamer boat.


The streets of Geneva.

Townspeople in the streets.

Park in the fall.

The Palace of Nations in the Park Del Arla.

On the street there are cars.

Pedestrians cross the street at an intersection.

Nun driving.

Grand Théâtre de Genève.

Monument to David Dufour - who was fighting the last general.

Swiss soldiers parade.

After service the young Swiss to their homes with weapons and ammunition.



Flying doves.

Monument on the island great citizen of Geneva - Jean Jacques Rousseau.

Monument on the waterfront to celebrate the annexation of Geneva to the Swiss Confederation.

Cathedral of Saint-Pierre.

The narrow streets of the old city.

Street with tall buildings.

Neighborhoods where ordinary people live.

Working on the streets.


Products of the middle of the street.

The flow of cyclists on the streets.

Artificial ice rink under the roof of the Geneva Palace of Sports.

Showcase bookstore.

Russian classics and Soviet writers, the book is a Swiss author of "Lenin in Switzerland."

Lake Geneva.

PNRM. - Vezena village where he lived in 1900, Lenin.

Corsier village where Lenin met Plekhanov and others

House number 10 on the street.

De Foyer in a working village Sesheron plant on the outskirts of Geneva, where he lived, Lenin in 1903

Arva River in Geneva.

House number 6 on the waterfront Cheval Blanc, where in 1905 there was an underground printing Bolsheviks.

The house on the street.

Kuluvrener where working printer to print the newspaper "Forward".

Rue de De Pont, where in a rooming house in the beginning of 1908, Lenin lived.

The house on the street.

De Maremer where Lenin moved in September 1908

The house on the street.

Du Melle, where Lenin lectured and held a conference on the Paris Commune.

The library of the Society of reading.

The list of subscribers, among them the name of Lenin.

The oldest library reader Mr.

Bernua, who met here with Lenin.

Books marked Lenin.

Evening Geneva.