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4 things to see in Nice

Nice is the largest city on the French Riviera. The beauty of Nice comes from the nineteenth century buildings of its promenades and avenues, let's discover some things to see!

 

1- Promenade des Anglais

The sea view promenade par excellence: it has been an integral part of the life of the city of Nice since this embankment was built in 1820. The promenade runs for seven kilometers and on the east side is lined with regal 19th century palaces.
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2- Old Town

The oldest part of the city is different from the wide avenues and large squares of Nice such as Place Masséna. It is a maze of alleys with local stores and restaurants, obscured by tall ochre-painted condominiums and dominated to the east by the Hills du Château. There is a strong Italian imprint in the architecture and environment, which is no coincidence, since Nice was not French until the Treaty of Turin in 1860.

3- Parc de la Colline du Château

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In the park at the top of this steep hill on the east side of the city you will be presented some of the great views of the French Riviera. You will be able to admire Nice and the sea in the Baie des Anges, a show that you will want to linger over as long as possible.
 

4- Marc Chagall Museum

Chagall was so involved in the design of this museum that he decided where to place each of his works, configured the layout of the gardens and designed the windows in the concert hall. In many ways, therefore, the museum is a coherent work of art in its own right. But the reason it was created was to house Chagall's series of 17 paintings with biblical themes, divided between New and Old Testament. Among them the famous triptych of Resistance, Resurrection, Liberation, painted before, during and after the Second World War.

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