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Musee Marc Chagall

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Ranked #11 in Nice Can't Miss Attractions
"Art Museum"
Opening Soon Open on Mon-Fri, Sun,10:00am-6:00pm
Recommended sightseeing time:1-3 hours
Address:36 Avenue Dr Ménard, 06000 Nice, France

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If you like art, come to Nice, don't miss the Chagall Museum. National Mark Chagall Museum, MUSE NATIONAL MARC CHAGALL, is located in the rich residential area of Nice New Town. The interior of the building is designed as a place of meditation and serenity, adding a calming atmosphere by combining bright materials (mainly plaster and limestone) and heavy use of daylight. Highlight: The collection on display and the collection of the art museum are the main religious-inspired paintings donated by Chagall. At the heart of the series is the famous Bible Cycle (also known as the Bible Information), which includes 17 paintings by Chagall in the early 1950s depicting Genesis, Exodus, and Jacob. Transportation: Walking. Bus use Google in South France is not too reliable, the bus in the low peak season is not the same. Instead of looking for a bus stop, it is better to navigate directly. Ticket price: 2019 is 10 euros, it is estimated that it will increase later.


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This national museum is devoted to Marc Chagall's religious, mystical and spiritual art. The museum was created when Chagall was still alive, after he gave the state his series of 17 paintings illustrating the biblical message - paintings inspired by Jewish folklore and painted on vast canvasses. Chagall himself donated his preparatory sketches, and the museum's collection has grown steadily since then. The artist provided detailed instructions about the gardens surrounding the museum, and created a mosaic that overlooks the pond and the stained glasses that decorate the concert hall. A small bookshop at the entrance sells books about Chagall and prints of his work.
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