Chateau de Chillon, Lake Geneva, Switzerland

This illustration shows the so-called Chateau de Chillon, more commonly known now as Chillon Castle, which sits on a promontory into Lake Geneva, Switzerland.

Société Graphique Neuchatel

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The first work on the castle dates back to at least 1005, and it has been used for much of its existence as a prison. It is now open to the public and claims to be Switzerland’s most visited historic monument.

This image likely dates from the 1930s.

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