Marc Chagall National Museum
Avenue Dr Ménard, 06000 Nice, France
About Marc Chagall National Museum
The Chagall Museum is located on Cimiez Hill in Nice. The building was designed by French architect André Hermant and opened to the public in 1973. The museum dedicated to the work of famous painter Marc Chagall. It houses the series of seventeen paintings depicting the biblical message, painted by Chagall.
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