Parc Borely plan d'eau

Le Parc Borély est un des parcs de la ville de Marseille. Il se situe dans le VIIIe arrondissement, à proximité des plages du Prado, et de la Corniche.

Le parc est constitué d'un vaste jardin anglais, et d'un jardin à la française, dans le prolongement du Château Borély. Il est également composé d'une roseraie, d'un jardin botanique et d'un jardin traditionnel chinois offert par la ville de Shanghai en 2004. En tout, le parc Borely s'étend sur 17 hectares. Plusieurs sculptures ornent le parc, dont « l'Homme aux Oiseaux » de Jean-Michel Folon.(source wikipedia)

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