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Palais Longchamp

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Jacqueline
Jacqueline
May 22, 2018
A ne pas rater ...architecture ...etc.....je vous laisse la surprise....
Luc
Luc
September 16, 2016
Great park with architectural wonders.
Gerardo
Gerardo
May 23, 2016
Art Museum and Natural History Musuem at a wonderful park.
Sébastien
Sébastien
April 27, 2016
From the Réformé church (up the Canebière) you can follow the Boulevard Longchamp where you can see nice example of old upper-class buildings to arrive to Palais Longchamp. The palais is worth visiting though it won't take you long. You can visit the "musee des beaux arts" as well as the natural…
Moana
Moana
March 4, 2016
Natural History museum & museum of Arts and a park

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“The Museum of the Civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean (Mucem) is a national museum located in Marseille. It opened on 7 June 2013, when Marseille was the European Capital of Culture. It has a total surface area of 45,000 square metres, including 4,900 square metres of exhibition space and 7,000 square metres of storerooms containing the museum's 350,000 or so references. A museum of society, the Mucem is devoted to the civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean. The exhibitions are based on various scientific advances: anthropology, archaeology, history, art history and contemporary art. The museum offers information on the ancient foundations of this basin of civilization, as well as the tensions that run through it up to the present day. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)”
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“Fun and good atmosphere. Ideal both for a drink or some food. Check out the terrace on the back. ”
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Museum
“The location (Panier neighbourhood) and the structure themselves are nice for a casual stroll. La Vieille Charité has consistently exceptional exhibits. ”
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Location
Marseille, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur 13004
Phone+33 4 91 55 25 51