Plainpalais

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The Plainpalais, 2011.

Plainpalais is a neighbourhood in Geneva, Switzerland, and a former municipality of the Canton of Geneva.[1] Also, it is mentioned in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein in the chapter 6, volume 1.

Argentine author Jorge Luis Borges' ashes are buried in the cemetery of Plainpalais.

The Plaine de Plainpalais is a large public square (78 135 square metres).

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  1. ^ "Plainpalais | Geneva.info". Retrieved November 16, 2014.

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Coordinates: 46°11′38″N 6°08′29″E / 46.19389°N 6.14139°E / 46.19389; 6.14139