This is a good museum in the sense that it shows one what the main objectives of The International Red Cross is, very clearly. I particularly like the case studies of how they helped uniting long-lost family members. However, the museum feels static, whereas the international red cross is an active and dynamic organisation that is dealing with life and death any second. This museum is OK as a historical piece but one cannot feel it is alive like visiting the UN HQ. So, the museum is good but the Red Cross HQ, there is nothing to see. There is a nespresso machine there which sells the best and the best-value nespresso coffee.
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