Revilliod

Re·vil·li·od

(re-vē-yō'),
Léon, Swiss physician, 1835-1919. See: Revilliod sign.
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bequeathed to the city of Geneva in 1890 by the Revilliod family.
Viktoria Fischer, Laboratory of Prehistoric Archaeology, Department of Anthropology, University of Geneva, rue Gustave- Revilliod 12, 1211 Geneva 4, Switzerland (Email: viktoria.
Adding to its charms, peacock cries echo through the grounds, a legacy of the art collector and keen traveller Gustave Revilliod who left the land to the city on condition peacocks would always roam there.
Originally owned by the Revilliod de Rive family, the park was bequeathed to the City of Geneva by the family's last descendant, on the condition that the park should remain a place where people could come to reflect on life while enjoying the wonderful view of the lake and the Alps.