Notre-Dame de l’Assomption Basilica - Things to Know Before Visiting
2 Rue d'Italie, 06000 Nice, France
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About Notre-Dame de l’Assomption Basilica
The Basilica of Notre-Dame de Nice is a Roman Catholic basilica and the largest church in Nice. It was built between 1864 and 1868 in a Neo-Gothic architectural style.
Attractions Near Notre-Dame de l’Assomption Basilica
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.
Place Massena is Vieux Nice's biggest and most historic square named for André Masséna. It is the city's most beautiful and historic attraction and has always been the place for great public events since its construction.
St Nicholas Russian Orthodox Cathedral is one of the most important Orthodox cathedral outside Russia, this is a beautifully ornate building. It was built to serve the large Russian community that had settled in Nice. It is recognized as a national monument of France, and it currently belongs to the jurisdiction of the Moscow Patriarchate. It is the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in Western Europe.
The museum dedicated to modern art and contemporary art. The collections present an overview of the artistic works considered as avant-garde, from the late 1950s to today.
Nice Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in the very heart of the old town of Nice. The cathedral is one of Nice’s major monuments and also it is the seat of the Diocese of Nice.
It is a museum of musical instruments located in the historic center of Nice. The museum houses art and music from the 17th and 18th centuries and also has a spectacular collection of 500 instruments.
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Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur is one of the most popular holiday regions in the south of France. Its identity as a geographical region is a holdover from the days of the Roman Empire. Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur is famous for its sunny weather, colorful countryside, tradition, wine, food, and language.