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Patek Philippe Museum: Sanctuary of Watchmaking Artistry

15 October 2017

The Patek Philippe Museum in Geneva is considered one of the world's foremost horology museums.

It includes portable mechanical timepieces from the 16th century until 1839, Patek Philippe timepieces from 1839 until today, as well as automata and enamel miniatures that promoted Geneva's reputation around the world.

Patek Philippe honorary president Philippe Stern explains how the fantastic collection spanning more than 2000 exhibits originated. 

The museum also has a library with over 8000 publications on time and time measurement.

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