The side of the Joliette in Marseille, territory reclaimed from the sea gave birth to MuCEM (Museum of Civilization in Europe and the Mediterranean). I could not visit due to time and so I will not offer you an external view. Note that the permanent collections from many of the National Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions no longer attracted the public to Paris and has therefore closed. MuCEM today enjoys an international reputation and public favor. Like what culture is like cooking, in which case this may change the desire to savor.
The setting is beautiful. It is on the site of Fort St. John, which closes the Old Port with his colleague Pharo. It is also a rehabilitated site, because until 2013, the Fort St. John was inaccessible and finally little Marseilles there were. Until now tourists would rather the other side of the Vieux Port side Criée.
Extensive work buried traffic and highlighted the Major. Hence the pedestrian can move quietly MuCEM this cathedral of the 19th century, the last of ue of this size built in the world.
At the foot of MuCEM and Fort St. John, I took a boat for a fishing trip to Sanary. We were all a little sick.
Le Palais du Pharo
The cornice and giant portrait of Annick Perrot-Bishop who replaced Zidane Marseille 2013 According to the local press that I investigated it represents Marseille.
Notre Dame de la Garde
Frioul and Château d'If
The southern end of Marseille (the orientation of the coast in Marseille is North-South). Pointe Rouge Montrendon and these desert places are in the 8th arrondissement.
And further to La Ciotat
Tags : marseille, france, mucem
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