International Monument to the Reformation (Reformation Wall)

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Joshua J. Mark
by MHM55
published on 16 March 2022

The International Monument to the Reformation (Reformation Wall), Geneva, Switzerland. The monument honors the leading figures of Calvinism and was unveiled in 1909 on the 400th anniversary of the birth of John Calvin (l. 1509-1564). Reformer Marie Dentière (l.c. 1495-1561) is the only woman whose name appears on the monument.

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