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Crypte ArcheologiqueNearby City

Crypte Archeologique

4.4/513 Reviews
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"Historical Site"
"Cemetery"
Ranked #2 in Nice Local History
Open on Mon-Fri, Sun,10:00am-12:00am,2:00pm-5:00pm (Local time)
茉香奶青
"As the name suggests, the catacombs are just off the Notre Dame Square, and the traffic is very good. The entrance to the visit is easily overlooked, and it is almost integrated with the square floor tiles, so you must look for it carefully. Many tourists take pictures in front of Notre Dame, line up the tower, and visit the church, but few people go down the stairs to visit this special monument. Don't be scared by the name, the lights inside are bright and not gloomy. Don't visit with negative thoughts. In fact, it is a historical site. You should experience all the different things with positive sunshine. Just like most of the cultural relics in the museum are actually funerary objects, each cultural relic has its own historical story, and it has its precious and special characteristics. I believe in gods and human righteousness. Here are the relics discovered during the reconstruction of the Paris government. Many ruins can be seen inside. There are also lovely historical totems that can be painted with pencils on paper, and the paper is a souvenir. Because it is underground, it has a natural coolness and is very suitable for visiting in summer. I just found it a bit weird. I recommend the Catacombs of Notre Dame de Paris, but the name of the attraction on Ctrip is in Nice. I suspect that I found the wrong name of the attraction to leave a message, but I don’t know where to cancel, so I have to make a special supplement to avoid tourists being caught Misleading."
Greek Villa Kerylos (Villa Grecque Kerylos)Nearby City

Greek Villa Kerylos (Villa Grecque Kerylos)

5/54 Reviews
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"Historical Site"
Open from 10:00am-7:00pm (Local time)
Maple
"The villa is close to the bay, the terrain is also low, the basement level is almost parallel to the sea level. It was too windy when we went, and we hurried into the room without taking a good look at the exterior. After entering, I realized that I had walked into the museum of ancient Greece. The villa is divided into several rooms. The luxurious bath on the first floor and the antique mosaics of the 2nd century at the entrance are amazing. The library, dining room, living room, Renake and his wife’s bedroom, etc., can be seen in every room with Greek mythology Totems designed with characters as themes, and the selected materials were first-class choices in the early 20th century. Looking closely at my feet, a large number of mosaics are applied to the floor of the room. The term mosaic originated from ancient Greece and is a meticulous decoration made of mosaics. Mosaic art has an important position in the field of architecture in ancient Greece and Rome. As a special decorative means, mosaic symbolizes noble social status to a certain extent. The more mosaics in someone's home, the finer and more beautiful the patterns, the richer the family will be. In addition, the connection of tall rooms and the columns around the central courtyard are also one of the features of ancient Greek architecture. Unlike the pale pink Rothschild Garden Villa, it feels more masculine and neutral. The second floor is divided into two corridors, connecting all the rooms in series. The rooms of the host and hostess each have a bathroom. The host's room is decorated with the symbolism of the goddess of love, and the hostess's room is dedicated to the earth goddess Hera."