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Port Vauban Antibes

Published almost 4 years ago by Patrick Weingarten

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Port Vauban is one of the the biggest leisure ports with 2000 places it can accommodate yachts over 50m. It is well known for it's billionaire's peer. The city of Antibes presently acquired the Nomade from Jaume Plensa.

Menton city hall wedding by Jean Cocteau

Published almost 4 years ago by Patrick Weingarten

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At the mayor's request Mr Francis Palmero, Jean Cocteau as spend two years in painting these fresques in the city hall wedding between 1957 and 1958.

Col de la Bonnette Parc du Mercantour

Published almost 4 years ago by Patrick Weingarten

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The mountain pass of Bonette is a road mountain pass at 2 715 metres of altitude, which links up the valley of Ubaye with that o<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/col-de-la-bonnette-parc-du-mercantour">...(more)</a>

Bellanda tower

Published almost 5 years ago by Patrick Weingarten

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Build within the hill of the castle, this one gives to whom takes the trouble to climb up its many steps an exceptional panorama on the Bay des Anges. For the laziest, a paid lift is available at the foot of the tower.

Lemon festival

Published almost 5 years ago by Patrick Weingarten

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Since many years,  the Lemon Festival ® enraptures thousands of audience come from the four corners of the world to admire huge motives everything in citrus fruits.

Place Massena

Published almost 5 years ago by Patrick Weingarten

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The place Masséna is a big place of Nice, located in the centre of the city.At the origin It was two places: the place Charles-Albert, semicircular<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/nice-place-massena">...(more)</a>

Monaco Yacht show

Published almost 5 years ago by Patrick Weingarten

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Port of Nice

Published almost 5 years ago by Patrick Weingarten

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The Harbour Lympia was begun in 1749 conducted by the military engineer Antonio-Felice Devincenti (Torino, on 1690-1778) which enlarges and deepen<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/port-de-nice-france">...(more)</a>