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1 boulevard Charles Livon
"Did you know its canons were oriented towards the city and not the sea, in case of internal rebellions? It then has been split in 2, one is open to visit and the other is still occupied by the army!"
18 boulevard Montricher
"This magnificent palace was built to celebrate the Canal de Marseille which brought water from the Durance River all the way to Marseille! Don’t forget to go to the beautiful park behind this palace!"
Old Port of Marseille
Harbor / Marina
Quai du Port (Quai de Rive Neuve)
"Amazing place. You have to enjoy it if you are in Marseille! Nice view, nice café. Don't forget "La Samaritaine", that traditional café."
Best of Provence, South of France
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Fort Saint-Jean Promenade Louis Brauquier
Jardin du Pharo | Jardin Émile Duclaux 58 boulevard Charles Livon
Plage des Catalans Rue des Catalans
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