C A S T L E   O F   P E A C E
C H Â T E A U   A L L A M A N
L A K E   G E N E V A   -   S W I T Z E R L A N D
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A  PRIVATE  CASTLE  ESTATE OF
NATIONAL IMPORTANCE GRADE-1 



 12TH CENTURY HISTORY
 &
 21ST CENTURY QUALITY

 

    A
  
  D E V E L O P M E N T



C A S T L E   O F   P E A C E
C H Â T E A U  A L L A M A N


THE BIRTHPLACE OF THE
FORMULA  FOR  PEACE




... A CASTLE WITH THE FINEST OF WINES ...



AND VIEWS ... LIKE A 1000 PAINTINGS




A PLACE OF PRISTINE NATURE


TRANQUILITY


AUTHENTIC ARCHITECTURE AND ELEGANCE OF PAST TIMES



A CASTLE WITH THE LAST PRESERVED
MASTERPIECES OF ARTWORKS

FROM BYGONE CENTURIES 




1'000 YEARS OF  FINEST 
HISTORY AND PROVENANCE



A PLACE ... THAT GIVES  
"U N I Q U E"  A TRUE  MEANING



A PLACE OF SAFETY ... 


A PLACE OF PRIVACY... 





... AND TIMELESS VALUE ...




C A S T L E   O F   P E A C E
C H Â T E A U  A L L A M A N

"THE TRUE VALUE OF
ITS OWNERSHIP 

 RANKS ABOVE 
THE MATERIAL 
POSSESSION."


P H O T O   P R E S E N T A T I O N

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CHATEAU ALLAMAN
CONCEPT PROPOSAL
H O T E L  -  R E S I D E N C E S - COUNTRY CLUB

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ALLAMAN by NIGHT



CHÂTEAU ALLAMAN
BY NIGHT

CHATEAU ALLAMAN: UNITED NATIONS IDEA



C H A T E A U   A L L A M A N 

MARCH 2013

 STONE ENGRAVED COLUMN DISCOVERED
- DURING RESTORATION -
COMMEMORATING THE 'SOCIETE DE LA PAIX'
( predecessor of Societe de Nations and United Nations idea )

A fine commemorative column, hidden behind a protective wall (erected in 1939 during wartimes to ensure its preservation) - was discovered 74 years later in March 2013 during the complete restoration of Chateau d'Allaman - one of Switzerland's most important private properties of GRADE 1 of National Interest and Importance. 






The stone column is engraved and documents the highlights of J.J. Count de Sellon's achievements and initiatives in the abolition of capital punishment and the creation of the peace movements 'Societe de la Paix' in 1830. De Sellon's ideas and fraternities were all destined to create peace amongst nations, religions and cultures. Later in history, the Société de la Paix shall be succeeded by the Society/League of Nations and the United Nations idea.


Count Jean Jacques de Sellon (1782 - 1839) 
 in the Salon d'Ete of Chateau d'Allaman with his family.
He was a past owner of Chateau d'Allaman
and founder of the Société de la Paix.


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