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The Musée d'art moderne et d'art contemporain, acronymized as MAMAC, is dedicated to modern art and contemporary art.
The Musée d'art moderne et d'art contemporain, acronymized as MAMAC, is dedicated to modern art and contemporary art. It showcases avant-garde art across different movements from the late 1950s to the present day. Highlights include works by European Nouveau Réalisme artists like Christo Javacheff, Niki de Saint Phalle, César Baldaccini, and Yves Klein, American Pop art by Andy Warhol, and Arte Povera by Pier Paolo Calzolari, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Enrica Borghi, and Jan Fabre.
Place Yves Klein, 06000 Nice, France
+33 4 97 13 42 01
Once an imposing citadel on top of the limestone hill of Colline du Chateau, the Castle of Nice was destroyed in 1706 by the order of Louis XIV
The Palais Lascaris is a 17thcentury baroque mansion that houses the Musical Instruments Museum
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The Monument aux Morts de Rauba Capeau is a sea-facing memorial in the old quarry cliffs of the castle hill commemorating the 4000 Nice citizens killed during WWI
Enclosed by Boulevard Jean Jaurès, Rue Catherine Segurane, Rue de Foresta, and the Quai des États-Unis along the Mediterranean, Vieux Nice is the old part of the city
B Spot is an entertainment and dining venue which presents live music performances
Place Masséna is the main square in Nice, tracing its development to 1820-'30 as per the Consiglio of Ornato's plans for urban beautification
Built in 1885 to designs by François Aune, the Opéra de Nice is home to the Orchestre Philharmonique de Nice and the Ballet Nice Méditerrannée
The Marc Chagall Museum in Nice is the biggest public collection of works by Côte d'Azur artist Marc Chagall, centered around his 17 paintings which make up the Biblical Message, illustrating the books of Genesis, Exodus and the Song of Songs
The Promenade des Anglais runs along the Bay of Angels in Nice, stretching 7 kms from the airport on the west to the Quai des États-Unis on the east