Archive for June, 2012


Each Third Sunday of May, a group of dedicated classic British cars collectors are gathering in one of the best spots of the southern French coast to exhibit beautiful pieces of mechanic & design. Aston-Martin, Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Jaguar, Austin-Healey, Morgan Triumph, Morris Cooper ….

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This year 367 vehicles could be admired all day long by visitors on the View full article »

Tribute to the Founders of the town in 250 BC, Honoré Gilly built in 1965 some Greek style mosaics in the gardens of “La Colline du Chateau – Castle Hill” in Nice on the French Riviera. This awesome work reminds visitors about the story of the City that was formerly called Nikaia, possible reference to a battle won by the Phoeans, Greek colony already settled in Massalia (Marseille) against the Ligurians dwellers.

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Greek ship

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Greek soldiers riding dolphins
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Head of a Greek Citizen

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Legendary Beast

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The Park of Castle Hill is a remarkable and pleasant walk to take if you are spending some time in Nice. Mosaics are View full article »

Véronique Flayol has achieved to be part of the finalists selected for the award of Touristic Creativity this week in Nice. Her tremendous work on the Provençal Heritage and involvement to take visitors from all over the World on the steps of Mary-Magdalene in the South of France caught the expert attention of the Jury Members this year. Well done and good luck for the future extended tour due to be launch later this year!