France is famous for its style and love of fashion. Explore the beautiful panorama, tracing the history of French fashion ... More
Musee de la Mode
France is famous for its style and love of fashion. Explore the beautiful panorama, tracing the history of French fashion from the 1930's, in this stately museum that celebrates all kinds of clothing and costumes. Fashion masters such as Coco Chanel and Yves Saint Laurent are featured. Themed historical and contemporary exhibits rotate on a regular basis.
Cassis and La Ciotat at 12km apart, are the bookends on the shelf of the Mediterranean coast around Marseilles. The
12km stretch overhangs the sea beyond the highest cliffs in Europe 394m of ochre coloured rock which descends sharply ...
Opened in 1952, Musee de la Castre truly strives to promote art. Its collections reflect the interests of 19th century
Musee de la Castre, ethnographers, antiques enthusiasts and art lovers. You'll find an impressive collection of Mediterranean artifacts from ...
Jean Pascal Virebent is an important figure in the history of Toulouse. Appointed city architect in 1782, he radically changed
its layout. He opened up six new squares; Place de la Trinite is one of them. His nephew Urbain ...