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Profiter de Nice et de ses alentours lors d'un road trip à moto

The best way to ensure a nice motorcycle road trip in the sun is to go to the south of France. In the south-eastern part, Nice is a good starting point, with its beautiful heritage, its museums and the Mediterranean Sea which reveals its most beautiful shades of blue. Around, the hilly hinterland of Nice is ideal for beautiful walks, with superb panoramas to photograph at any time, and a natural environment suitable for hiking and outdoor ...

Exposition consacrée à Leonetto Cappiello au Musée International de la Parfumerie

The Italian illustrator Leonetto Cappiello has distinguished himself brilliantly in the early days of poster advertising. In 1898, he moved to Paris and collaborated with newspapers, the Imprimeries Vercasson, then with the famous publisher Devambez. His posters such as Papier à cigarettes Job, Cachou Lajaunie and Dubonnet went round the world. He devoted a large part of his work to beauty and perfumery, where he magnified the female figure ...

Le Musée d'Art et d'Histoire de Provence met Charles Nègre à l'honneur

What better occasion than the bicentenary of the birth of Charles Nègre in 2020 for the city of Grasse to celebrate the avant-garde artist. A classical and academic painter who graduated from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Paris in the 1840s, Charles Nègre became interested in and experimented with photography shortly after its appearance and established himself as a true pioneer of the discipline. He invented his own heliographic engraving ...

Grasse, la ville aux senteurs de la Côte d'Azur

Grasse was detached from the Var department in 1860 to form the Alpes-Maritimes department with the county of Nice of which it is the sub-prefecture. It is on the limestone hill of Le Puy that the medieval village was built, which remains the historical heart. To the north of Cannes, this Provençal city clinging to the hillside is also considered to be the world capital of perfume. Zoom in on a charming Côte d'Azur escapade. At the ...