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Important dates in Nice

Nice reference section

Tourist information about the Côte d’Azur

The Port and business in Nice

Everything you ever wanted to know about Nice and the French Riviera

Cimiez (section of Nice)

Jean Moulin, hero of the Resistance

Place Messena Renovation

Hotel Lido Beach at Nice
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Elephant statue adorns the Casino

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La Canne à Sucre La Canne à Sucre

La Canne à Sucre is a great spot to see Nice Carnaval from. Relax with a meal or a drink.

Statue of Liberty replica in Nice, France

Statue of Liberty replica in Nice, France

A replica of the Statue of Liberty in New York was unveiled February 1, 2014 in Nice by the Mayor of Nice Christian Estrosi. The original Statue of Liberty was gifted to the United States by the people of France, and there have since been numerous global replicas. The Nice replica commemorates 100 years since the First World War. The Nice monument is 1.35 meters (about 4.5 feet) high excluding the base. The Nice replica is installed on the Quai des États-Unis (across from the Opera of Nice)..Designed by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi, it will obviously be a lot smaller than the original statue in New York, but it is said to be higher than the one standing in Paris. The original Statue of Liberty in New York was a gift to the United States by the people of France. Many cities around the world already have replicas of the monument such as Las Vegas, Buenos Aires, Rio and Tokyo.

Democrats Abroad - French Riviera

Join us for DAF - Riviera's Political Wine (first Wednesdays) event. This social is open to all our members and guests. We welcome you all to come and interact with fellow Americans in the region and engage in American political discussions. We will give a brief presentation on topics of current interest, where issues stand in the Washington, and political discourse. Join us to formalize our viewpoint as Americans living abroad.

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La Canne à Sucre / Sports 11 (see more about them above)

11 promenade des Anglais 06000 NICE

Parking: Palais de la Méditerranée or Palais Masséna

Public Transport: several bus lines serve bus stops: Congrès/Joffre, Grimaldi, Congrès Promenade (all in walking distance)

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Promenade Du Paillon

Opened 26th October, 2013 after a massive 3-year project, the people of Nice and visitors will see the long-awaited opening of a brand-new 12-hectare urban park, 1.2 km long, in the heart of the city. With the demolition of the former bus station, the perspective has been cleared to provide a splendid view of the heights of Nice and the facades of the old town.

A pedestrian walkway will lead walkers alongside strips of lawn dotted with water mirrors and take them on a botanical journey, with the promise of trees in blossom in every season. And the children aren't forgotten: there are swings, a variety of games and giant structures in the form of whales, dolphins, turtles, octopuses, etc... they'll have a whole range of marine animals sculpted in wood to play with. Running between the Nice National Theatre and the sea, this vast green corridor of 1,000 trees, 61,730 shrubs and 55,364 hardy plants is intended as a place for recreation, well-being and tranquillity. The promenade is equipped with smart underground networks (fibre optics, Internet networks, electricity, etc.) and may therefore be used as a venue for future events.

The Promenade du Paillon was constructed over the river of the same name, buried since the nineteenth century to clean up the city. The garden has planted 40,000 m2 of space, including 17,000 grassed. This walk provides an opportunity to a botanical journey across continents, "with promises of flowering trees each season," ensure its promoters.

One of the major attractions should be the mirror of water of 3.000 m2, based on the existing one in Bordeaux along the Garonne and with 128 water jets, says the mayor. Or "tray of mists", an area of ??basalt and limestone 1,400 m2 equipped with hundreds of foggers.

The total cost of the project, funded by the city and the city of Nice Côte d'Azur (with participation of the Conseil Generale of the Alpes-Maritimes 3.5 million), amounted to 40 million euros.

Nice’s Coulée Verte - or, loosely translated, ‘Green Corridor’ – replaces two monumental, aspirational but irredeemably ugly brutalist structures; its central bus station (Gare Routiere) and a spectacularly hideous public car park. Both sported huge roof terraces complete with tennis and baseball courts, ornamental gardens, interesting stairwells etc., but all were neglected, abandoned, and the projects were ultimately unsuccessful. The Promenade du Paillon, reports Nice Matin, opens September 2013, replacing these sorry structures with a remise en beauté des 3 hectares de verdure, avec sous-sols intelligents (fibre optique, réseaux internet, électrique): a return to beauty comprising 3 hectares of greenery with (get this) subterranean connectivity.

This weekend I went to the opening of the lovely new ribbon of a park that flows through Nice, France. It is called the “Promenade du Paillon” in honour of the Paillon River which still flows beneath it.

We were treated to a “dancing waters” show with jets of water leaping into the air in time with the music. And then we walked on water. That’s right, all of us walked on water. The basin containing the “mirror of water” is only two cm (less than one inch) deep so when the jets are not in use you can walk right across – some even did this when the jets were on. It was a nice warm day, so no one minded getting wet, especially the children.

Everything in the park is designed to remind us of the river. The walkways are covered in aquatic coloured stone and there is a “plateau of mist” made by air pumps that blow tiny drops of water into the air. In the section for children, there are sea animals carved of wood for climbing, swinging, bouncing, etc. The whale, octopus, sting ray and turtle are all following the river toward the sea.

But what about the real river?

The park’s watery theme reminds us that the Paillon is still there, but if you are imagining a picturesque flowing river, think again. The Paillon is not that kind of waterway. Even though it has a very wide bed, most of the time there are only a few small streams of water running through it. The 19th century tourists weren’t very impressed by it. One of them called it an imaginary river. Another said, it was the driest part of Nice. The Paillon is probably best known for the paintings of laundresses washing their laundry in the little streams and then spreading it out to dry in the river bed. This led the amused tourists to say that the Paillon was only good for drying clothes.

Torrential River

However, if there was a lot of rain in the hills behind Nice, that “imaginary river” could, and did, turn violent very quickly because of its steep descent into the city. Even though these deluges were infrequent, the risk was so great that in the 1800s watchmen on horses were strategically placed to keep an eye on it. If there was danger they would gallop along the riverbanks crying “the Paillon is coming…the Paillon is coming”. Why? Because the nearly dry riverbed was often full of people and animals. Mostly it was full of Niçoise ladies doing their laundry.

But should we worry about those torrents which at times poured over the riverbanks? Well, there is a system of overflow tunnels underneath to take care of excess water and an electronic monitoring system which constantly assures that all is ok. So hopefully the deepest water we will see in the park is 2 cm and no more rescues will be necessary.

There is even a bulldozer which lives on the promenade and controls the outflow when necessary.

After two years of building works that included the demolition of an eyesore, Nice’s giant public gardens are set to open with much fanfare this weekend. Named after the river that once separated Vieux Nice from the main town, the Promenade du Paillon is bound to add value to properties in the area and rack up the city’s green credentials even higher.
Promenade du Paillon Nice Mayor Estrosi dedicates the new park. At his side is Eric Ciotti, president of the Conseil Generale
Promenade du Paillon The crowd was entertained by historical pictures of the changes to this area over the years.
Promenade du Paillon The gates are open and the crowds enter.
Promenade du Paillon Video camera on balloon is watching the crowd too.
Promenade du Paillon The Crowds are amazed! Video camera on balloon is watching the crowd too.
Promenade du Paillon Lots of Entertainers.....Lots of different costumes.
Promenade du Paillon Crowds were huge; everybody enjoying themselves.
Promenade du Paillon Crowds were huge; fountains proved to be fun.
Promenade du Paillon Even the police horses were an attraction.
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One of the greatest vacation spots is Nice, in the French Côte d'Azur

While you are in Nice, how about a great ferry ride to Corsica?
Ajaccio is the most important ferry port on Corsica Island. The white city of Ajaccio lies in a semicircle on the bay, and is set against the backdrop of wooded hills. The ferry port area, fringed by palm trees, is filled with yachts and lined with colourful houses.
As the Ajaccio ferry port terminal is located near the centre of Ajaccio, there are many shops and restaurants within walking distance. At the port itself you will find a convenience store and a cafe.
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This is the marvelous beach and Mediterranean Sea at Nice. Pictures were taken on All Saints Day (November 1) and there are lots of tourists (and residents) on the beaches! These pictures are from the Rocher du Chateau: This rock rises 300 ft. above the port and the old town.

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See a presentation on the Nice, France tramway extensions including a movie based on Deputy-Mayor Estrosi's Tramway Line 2 presentation September 26, 2011. This East-West Tramway is planned for 2016.

Capricorne November 11, 2009

French Navy minesweeper Capricorne visited Nice for Armistice Day November 11, 2009.

Akido on the Promenade

Akido on the Promenade

Just one of the many attractions you can always find on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice
Hemingway feeding the birds

For a while an old man lived on the beach and fed the pidgeons (pigeons) and sea gulls. We nicknamed him "Hemingway"

Are they statues? No, they are entertainers

There's always something doing in Nice. Are they statues? No, they are entertainers! They wink at you, they make you laugh, they entertain your children. Note the slot in front of the base for contributions.

Christmas in Nice, France

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Military Vehicles  in Nice

In August 2010, 66 years after the Americans, British and Free French recaptured Nice, France from the Nazi's, there was a commemeration. Lots of old military vehicles!

Armistice Day 2011

Armistice Day 2011: 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month 11th year of the Century

Tahiti visits Nice

Nice and Tahiti are "sister cities". Tahiti put on a great show in 2010.

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Sidney Bechet (1897-1959)
Bechet's style of playing clarinet and soprano sax dominated many of the bands that he was in.
He played lead parts that were usually reserved for trumpets and was a master of improvisation.

Many African-American jazz musicians came to France and to the French Riviera because of the warm and friendly reception of the French people.

Because the Riviera is an "outdoors" place, the "jazz festival" was born. In France, there are over 250 jazz festivals: mostin July and August, and most in the French Riviera.
Bechet summered many years in Juan-les-Pins on the French Riviera. A statue there, presented by the city of New Orleans, commemorates his life. The Forum for Supply Chain Integration

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Jean Moulin, hero of the Resistance

(Béziers, 20 juin 1899 - Metz, 8 juillet 1943)

Regarded as one of heros of the French Resistance Movement in the Second World War

He was a member of the French prefectorial body. His Mediterranean origins led him to make, before the Second World war, several stays on the French Riviera. The light and the spectacular landscapes he saw contributed to his pictorial paintings he signed Romanin. He was Prefect of Eure-et-Loir ( Chartres) during the German invasion. The Occupants tried to humiliate him, provoking an attempt of suicide. Fired by Vichy in 1940, he took refuge in the free zone and went underground in the Alpes-Maritimes. Using the alias Joseph Mercier, he reached London via Lisbon, then London in 1941. Charged by General de Gaulle to unify the movements of resistance, he was parachuted back to France in 1942. The mission drove him a dozen times in the Alpes-Maritimes, where he met other Resistance leaders to gather them behind General de Gaulle. In 1942, he tried to get from Antibes to London in a submarine. After this episode, he opened a picture gallery in Nice, at 22 rue de France, which was inaugurated in February 1943. The Romanin gallery included the paintings of Max's personal collection, and was managed by his friend Colette Pons and served as "cover" to his secret activities; The apartment situated above it received many representatives of free France and the Resistance until he was arrested in Caluire, toutured and later killed. His ashes were transferred to the Pantheon on December 19, 1964. A plaque on the facade of the former gallery Romanin, as well as in Antibes, Cannes, Nice, La Trinité, Villeneuve-Loubet; and about fifteen toponymical sites remind of his stay and his sacrifice.

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On May 11, 2007, a new tram is on the way to Nice.
It was parked near the airport waiting for lighter traffic to travel into the city.
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In a surprise move, Nice Mayor Christian Estrosi changed his mind about running Line 2 up the Promenade des Anglais and instead went with a plan that provides an 8.6 kilometer "tram/metro" with 3.6 kilometers below ground. It will cost €'450,000,000 and carry 110,000 - 140,000 daily passengers. It will run between Gare de Riquier and new? Gare Multimodal Saint-Augustin.
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Fifty-three years after the closure of the Tramway de Nice et du Littoral, the Tramway de Nice began to serve its Northern and Eastern sections. 2007 saw the completion of Line 1 serving the North-South needs of the city. Line 2 now addresses the East-West needs. This WebSite will be updated continuously until completion of Line 2 in Year 2017.


An evocation of the life of Franciscan monks in Nice from the 13th to the 18th century, an illustration of the spiritual and social age of Saint Francis of Assisi through paintings, sculptures, engravings, illuminated manuscripts, frescoes, reconstructed chapel and monk’s cell, prayer-books on parchment.

Cimiez Monastery and Franciscan Museum
Place du Monastère (Cimiez, past the east end of the park)
06200 Nice
tel: +(04)-93 81 00 04

In a 17th-century convent, still an active monastery. The museum shows the Franciscan way of life from the 18th century. The 15th-17th century church contains documents and artwork, including three paintings by Louis Brea. The park and flower gardens (wonderful rose garden) are beautiful and peaceful, and have a nice view of the Paillon valley.
Open: 10h-12h, 15h-18h; Closed: Sunday, some holidays Entry: Free


This completely renovated 17th-century Genoan-style villa in the heart of the olive grove in the Gardens of Cimiez houses the personal collection of the great Fauvist painter who lived in Nice from 1917 until his death in 1954.
Works from all periods of his life offer a comprehensive panorama: from the first paintings made in 1890 to the famous gouache cutouts, 236 drawings, 218 engravings and the complete presentation of the books illustrated by the artist. Temporary exhibitions


Founded by Augustus in 14 BC, Cemenelum was, from the 1st to the 4th century, the capital of the Alpes Maritimae province. You can visit the amphitheatre, the public baths (3rd century AD), paved streets and the Palæochristian Episcopal Group (5th century AD).
The Museum, inaugurated in January 1989, offers collections ranging from the Bronze and Iron Age (1100 BC) to the Dark Ages: ceramics, glass, coins, jewellery, sculptures, tools.
1950s Promenade des Anglais, Nice, France
1950s Promenade des Anglais, Nice, France
Swimmers at Nice on December First!
We feel the picture was taken in the early 1950s based on the automobiles and the buildings. Picture was taken opposite Rue Meyerbier looking towards downtown. Note the Casino Palais Mediterannee at left. Biggest difference is they used to have patio bars. Now this is a bike path and the bars are all on the beach. Swimmers at Nice on December First!

This is December 1 and many swimmers are in the water for an AIDS benefit. But almost any day you an spot a swimmer.
Observatoire de Nice Situated on the Mont-Gros plateau, the Observatoire de Nice is a real star in world astronomy. Built (and paid for) by Raphaël Bischoffsheim in 1881, we owe its construction to the combined talents of Charles Garnier for the architecture and Gustave Eiffel for the Cupola. Its 18-metre lens was one of the world's very few instruments to serve for virtual observations of the stars. Two thousand new double stars were thus discovered in Nice. Today, the Observatory has become one of the world's foremost centers for studying the universe.

OCA (Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur) represents the merging of the Nice Observatory (founded in 1881) and the Center for Study and Reserch in Geodynamics and Astrometry (CERGA, created in 1974). The Nice Observatory was the first scientific research institut installed in this region, thanks to Raphael Bischoffsheim and some friends like Gustaf Eiffel and Charles Garnier, who were responsible for the original plans of the buildings. OCA is the second largest observatory in France, after the Paris-Meudon Observatory. Today about 200 people work at the OCA, settled in three different sites: Nice, Grasse and Calern. In the later are localized the main observational instruments: a Schmidt telescope, a lunar-laser, a satellite-laser, and the largest optical interferometer in the world (GI2T). OCA interacts with many technological and industrial groups, and in particular with Aerospatiale, installed in the Cote d'Azur region, owing to its advanced skill in specific domains related to astronomical research like optics, time & frequency metrology, ultra-fast lasers, imagery and advanced numerical simulations. Closely associated with the observatory is the University of Nice. The University of Nice was officially founded by decree on the 23rd of October 1965. But its historical roots date from the XVII century, with the famous Collegium jurisconsultorum niciensium established in 1639 by the Princes of Savoy; it included an important body of jurists and its fame lasted till the rejoining of Nice to France, in 1860. In the VXX century, a School of Medicine spread its highly appreciated teachings all over Europe.

See a WebCam of the Calern site (near Grasse) of the Observatoire de Nice

See a WebCam of Nice from the Mont Gros site of the Observatoire de Nice

The 76-cm (30-inch) refractor telescope that became operational in 1888 was at that time the world's largest telescope. It was outperformed one year later by the 36-inch (91-cm) refractor at the Lick Observatory. But the refractor telescope technology gave over to the mirrored telescope. The astronomer George Ellery Hale was born just after the Civil War. In 1892, as a 24-year-old professor at the University of Chicago, he organized the Yerkes Observatory.. There he built the largest telescope ever to use a conventional refractor lens. It was over three feet in diameter. But it was also doomed to become a dinosaur within a few years, because astronomers gave up conventional lenses in favor of focused mirrors after 1900. Hale, however, was no dinosaur. By 1904 he'd convinced Andrew Carnegie to give him a hundred and fifty thousand dollars to set up the Mount Wilson observatory in California. Rockefellers gave Hale six million dollars for another mirror -- one almost seventeen feet in diameter. That mirror was to become the heart of the Mount Palomar Observatory, also in California.

In 1934, the Corning Glass Company tried to make the first rough casting of this seventeen-foot mirror. They cooked a fifty-foot lake of molten glass for six days at 2700°F. When they poured it, with the press watching, the inside of the mold broke up. Nine months later they tried again and succeeded. It took eight more months to cool it down. And grinding it by hand to within a millionth of an inch took years. Hale died in 1938, and the Mount Palomar telescope was finally finished ten years later. The main problem in building the telescope was casting the glass mirror, although many other technical obstacles had to be surmounted as well. Several test castings in increasingly large sizes resulted in flawed pieces of Pyrex. The second full-sized mirror, however, proved to be flawless. It was transported from Corning, New York, to Pasadena, California, by rail at speeds of no more than 40 km (25 mi) per hour. It was ground and polished over the next decade, with time out for World War II. Final tests in 1948 revealed a tiny deviation in one section of the mirror, about equal to one wavelength of green light. Additional polishing resolved this last detectable problem.
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