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FRENCH ART

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Claude Monet's View of Ventimiglia, 1884. Resides in the Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow Scotland.

THE RIVIERA

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The Harbor at Monte Carlo.

AIX-EN-PROVENCE

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La Rotonde. Constructed in 1860. The three statues are: Justice, Agriculture and the Arts.

La Place de la Mairie (Town Hall Square). Dominated by the Town Hall (1655-1670) with a fine fašade in the Italian style, carved wooden doors and inner court. The Clock Tower is the former town belfry with an astronomical clock (1661), on which statues representing the four seasons appear in turn.

A Street in Aix.

Eglise St-Jean de Malte. This church shares the square with the Musee Granet.

La Fontaine des Quatre Dauphins built in 1667.

La Cathedrale St. Sauveur. Examples of every architectural style from the 5th to the 17th century, from its Roman foundations to the Merovingian baptistery, from the 12th century cloister to the famous Triptych of the "Burning Bush" by Nicolas Froment (1476). It also has carved wooden doors from the 16th century. Opposite the Cathdral is University Square, where the old Law Faculty was replaced by the Institute of Political Studies, built by Georges Vallon (1734).

PARIS

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The Louvre.