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    Palais de Longchamp

    Palais de Longchamp

    Do you like history, beautiful architecture and museums? The Palais de Longchamp possesses all three. Listed by the French Ministry of Culture as one of the Notable Gardens of France, it was started to be built in 1839 and took 30 years to complete. It was built to celebrate bringing water to Marseille and is a beautiful piece of architecture. It houses Marseille’s Musée de Beaux-Arts and Natural History Museum.
    Vieux Port (Old Port)

    Vieux Port (Old Port)

    The Old Port is a key part of Marseille’s history as the oldest city in France. It represents the place Marseille was born when the city was a Greek harbor in ancient times. While there, you can take a ride on a the Ferris wheel, eat at the restaurants lining the harbor, look out over blue waters, visit the picturesque Cathédrale de la Major, and even go to a fish market. Vieux Port
    Basilica Notre Dame de la Garde

    Basilica Notre Dame de la Garde

    This spectacular church is situated on a hill high-above Marseille. Built from1853-1864, it is one of Marseille’s most notable landmarks. Its high location offers visitors a breathtaking 360ᵒ view of Marseille and the surrounding countryside. The interior of the church itself is a picture of opulence. Basilica Notre Dame de la Garde
    Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations (MuCem)

    Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations (MuCem)

    If you are a fan of interesting history, this is the place for you. This museum, built in 2013 and situated by the Old Harbor, is dedicated to European and Mediterranean civilizations. The museum features collections from all around the Mediterannean basin and takes an interdisciplinary approach to civilization in this part of the world from ancient history up to modern times. MuCem
    Fort Saint John

    Fort Saint John

    This old fortress was built in 1660 by one of France’s most famous king’s: Louis XIV. This fortress has a rather strange history. It sits by the entrance to the harbor as if guarding the city from attacks. In reality it was built in response to unrest in Marseille and the cannons once pointed at Marseille. It has a sister fortress on the opposite side of the harbor, the Fort Saint Nicolas. Fort Saint John


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