If you can’t make it out to see Geneva’s world famous 140m-high squirt of water in person, it can now be viewed around the clock, 365 days a year, via a new recently installed webcam.
According to sightsmap.com, the Jet d’eau is Geneva’s second most photographed sight after the Place des Nations, home to the giant broken chair by Swiss artist Daniel Berset, which was built to encourage governments to sign a landmine treaty in 1997.
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The company has no plans to add advertising to the stream.
To access the webcam click here.