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Palais des Nations Geneva

The United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG), housed at the historic Palais des Nations, is the second largest United Nations centre after the United Nations Headquarters in New York. The facility, an outstanding testimony to twentieth century architecture, is situated in the beautiful Ariana park in Geneva, Switzerland. 

The Palais des Nations is one of the largest diplomatic conference centers globally. Around 5,300 meetings are organized each year. Most conference rooms date back to the original construction of the Palais des Nations in the 1930s.

    Building Statistics

    Construction Dates
    • Construction of the League of Nations building: 1929-1938
    • Secretariat – Council – Assembly Hall – Library
    • First extension: 1950 – 1952
    • Construction of Building K and D wing
    • Second extension: 1968 – 1973
    • Construction of Building E
    • Pregny Gate, Chemin de Fer Gate & Nations Gate: 2003 – 2004
    • Construction of Building H: 2018 – 2021
    • Peace Gate: 2021 – 2022
    Dimensions
    • Length of the buildings (Geneva-Lausanne): 850 meters
    • Building surface: 206,345 square meters
    • Number of doors: 54
    • Number of conference rooms: 34
    • Number of elevators: 59
    • Size of Ariana parc: 46 hectares
    • Number of trees inside the Ariana parc: 1,350