Woodrow Wilson Celestial Sphere, UN Geneva / Daily Prompt: Moved To Tears

Woodrow Wilson Celestial Globe UNOG

Woodrow Wilson Celestial Sphere at Palais des Nations, Geneva / Credit: communicationxdevelopment.wordpress.com

Daily Prompt: Moved to Tears

This is the last time (although not recent) that I was actually moved to tears when taking pictures: here is the Woodrow Wilson Celestial Sphere Memorial at United Nations Palace, Geneva. I guess it’s mainly because it stands for dialogue and peace and oh, well, I am quite an idealistic blogger.

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7 Responses to Woodrow Wilson Celestial Sphere, UN Geneva / Daily Prompt: Moved To Tears

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  2. Having never been there, I was quite moved by seeing this at the United Naions building in Geneva. The place where I live in the United States in the state of South Carolina and the city of Columbia – was the boyhood home of Woodrow Wilson. The little house is still preserved as a historical landmark and visitors allowed. Many, many years ago my grandfather visited me from Texas and he loved going through the home of a President he admired. Small world.

  3. Maggie Thom says:

    It looks very intriguing. it must be something to see in real life

  4. EmilyAnn Frances says:

    I feel that way about the Unisphere from the 1963 World Fair. This is a very lovely photo.

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