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A Travel Blog entry by katstravel from Provence (Marseille), France, Catalonia, France
... you. The view from the church is one of the highlights of Marseille, with the city and the sea spreading out below. The 18th Century Cathedrale de la Major (Place de la Major, tel. 04/9190-5357) is a major landmark, measuring over 450 feet long. ...
A Travel Blog entry by clau-yves from Toulon, Provence, France
... . Ce matin, je me rends à Marseille, idée de visiter quelques lieux incontournables de l’antique Massilia. La cathédrale de la Major, la Villa Méditerranée, le musée Regards de Provence, la Marseillaise, pour souligner la révolution ...
A Travel Blog entry by whibj from La Rochelle, Poitou-Charentes, France
... not become lost, but we were not quite sure where we were, but we made our way through some back streets and found a major walkway to make our way back to the old port area. Jane never has any sense of direction and Brad's sense of direction ...
A Travel Blog entry by manon802 from Marseille, Provence, France
... ', ouff yon vraiment un accent special et tout un vocabulaire! je me promene donc dans le Panier, fort St jean,cathedrale notre dame de la major, petites rues, le port et ses vendeurs de poissons frais, jadore! je crois que je vais rester ici plus ...
A Travel Blog entry by twodrifters07 from Marseille, Provence, France
... harbour, a (free) ferry ride from one side of the Vieux Port to another, a quick tour of the beautiful Cathedrale de la Major, a poke into Le Panier shopping district and a stop to watch the fishermen mending their nets along the waterside. Most ...
A Travel Blog entry by sharon1306 from Paris, France
... which is pretty cool. We take the metro to Ile de la Cite, one of the two islands on the Seine, and famous for housing the Cathedrale de Notre-Dame. (It's the same one from Victor Hugo's novel - The Hunchback of Notre-Dame). The plan was to buy the 3-day ...
A Travel Blog entry by emmiekerschen from Marseille, Provence, France
... town to live in. After we looked around the market for a little bit, we made our way to Cathedrale de la Major, which I can honestly say is the prettiest church I've been inside (and I've been inside Westminster Abbey and Notre Dame, ...
A Travel Blog entry by janehudon from Marseille, Provence, France
... MuCEM's location is therefore a location steeped in history and memories, at the heart of a prestigious heritage site - Cathédrale de la Major, Eglise Saint-Laurent, with views of the Palais du Pharo, and the Abbaye Saint-Victor, the sea and the islands ...
A Travel Blog entry by nipa.sarma from Paris, Île-de-France, France
... the bridge peacefully..Joys of traveling alone! After I finished touring the basilica, I took the bus back to Place de la Concorde, one of the major public squares in Paris. It is a beautiful area.. but years ago during the French revolution, this is ...
A Travel Blog entry by cdauphin from Aachen, Germany
... le reste, c'est du pareil. Et les grands magasins c'est construit sur plusieurs étages, pas seulement deux comme aux Galeries de la Capitale ou à Laurier... Et les gens font leurs commissions en sortant du travail, ou avec les enfants au retour de la ...
A Travel Blog entry by matt_and_ames from Marseille, France
... Town (see map above - blue line)- which has very narrow streets. We also saw a number of sights including La Cathedrale de la Nouvelle Major. This splendid cathedral was built under the orders of Napoleon III in the 19th century and cost an astonishing ...
A Travel Blog entry by twodrifters07 from Reims, Champagne-Ardenne, France
... champagne tasting or view an old church...? There's no doubt that the first sighting of the thousand-year old Cathedrale Notre-Dame in Reims is breath-taking, rising majestically up in the middle of the city! The majority of the Kings ...
A Travel Blog entry by colinchipchase from Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
... Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac (the fairytale looking hotel), La Citadelle and the fortifications. I paid visit to Basilique-Cathedrale Notre-Dame-de-Quebec. Although I had no interest in it religiously or spiritually it was still great to be inside such ...
A Travel Blog entry by whibj from Rouen, Normandy, France
... is where the famous DOM Liqueur is made. We did visit an ancient abbey dating back to 1100's - Abbaye de la Trinité de Fécamp. We continued our journey to Étretat, getting lost on a number of occasions along the ...
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Place de la Major, , Marseille, Provence, France956 reviews