Victoria Hall (Geneva)
The Victoria Hall is a concert hall located in downtown Geneva, Switzerland. It was built in 1891–1894 by the architect John Camoletti and financed by the consul of England, Daniel Fitzgerald Packenham Barton, who dedicated it to Queen Victoria and gave it to the city of Geneva. Currently, the Victoria Hall is mostly used for classical music performances.
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