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28, place aux Huiles
The Galerie du Pharos stands on the old port, just opposite Pagnol's famous ferry-boat stop. With an emphasis on representational art, the oils on canvas and wood depict scenes of daily life in Provence and there ...
3, rue Mazenod
The Urban Gallery is a cool and cultural space where art shows and exhibitions are hosted in order to promote the artistic veins in the young population. For a complete art ...
64, rue Grignan
Eglise Saint Charles is a fine example of neo-classical architecture. First built in 1826, it has undergone several restorations. The church has an excellent organ, and ...
2, rue Saint-Adrien
Based on the plans of the architect Dupoux, the church was built between 1920 and 1947. We can denote a mixture of Roman-Byzantine and eclectism styles. In June the "magistrate's ...
19, rue des Trois Rois
The district of La Plaine, just north of the La CanebiÃ¨re, is a cultural melting pot on the boil. A number of artists have gathered here to form an association ...
184, avenue de Luminy
All the exhibitions are closely linked to the Luminy Fine Arts Schoo l, near the old port. A wide range of themes are embarked upon, although contemporary art ...
34, boulevard Charles Livon
Situated at the entrance of the Old Port, Union Nautique Marseillaise is the oldest marine club of Marseillaise. Because of its age and ideal setting, it is one of the most visited ...
6, avenue de la Corse
It seems that the sea has chosen to take up residence at "Amandine et Chocolat", set in the southern part of town. All kinds of exhibitions are held at this ...
263 Corniche Kennedy
Set on the Corniche, looking out over the sea, Galerie Horizon is an arts venue prized by enthusiasts of contemporary, abstract and new representational art. Regional, French, and ...
2 Place Le Verrier
The Observatoire de Marseilles was created in 1702 by Jesuites. The star gazers delight in the programs offered: the observatory organises regular exhibitions and ...