Reformation Wall, Geneva
The Reformation Wall is in the Park de Bastion in Geneva, Switzerland.
At the center of the monument are four 5 m-tall statues:
- Theodore Beza (1519–1605)
- John Calvin (1509–1564)
- William Farel (1489–1565)
- John Knox (c.1513–1572)
To the left (facing the Wall, ordered from left to right) of the central statues are 3 m-tall statues of:
- William the Silent (1533 – 1584)
- Gaspard de Coligny (1519–1572)
- Frederick William of Brandenburg (1620 – 1688)
To the right (ordered from left to right) are 3 m-tall statues of:
- Roger Williams (1603–1684)
- Oliver Cromwell (1599–1658)
- Stephen Bocskay (1557–1607)
Along the wall, to either side of the central statues, is engraved the motto of both the Reformation and Geneva: Post Tenebras Lux (Latin for After darkness, light). On the central statues’ pedestal is engraved a Christogram: ΙΗΣ.