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Charlie Chaplin statue



In 1952, Charlie Chaplin chose to settle at the Manoir de Ban in Corsier-sur-Vevey with his wife and children, 4 of whom were born in Switzerland. He lived there happily until 1977. In his memory, the famous bronze statue of The Tramp, created by the British sculptor John Doubleday, has been sitting on the quays of Vevey since 1982.

  • arrow_forward_iosAccessible en fauteuil roulant
  • arrow_forward_iosPlace de parc non accessible en fauteuil roulant

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