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Musee National Fernand-Leger, Biot
Categories: Art Museums, History Museums, Museums
Art lovers who are visiting France must come to Musee National Fernand-Leger. This museum is dedicated to the works of Fernand Leger and contains the remaining pieces of his impressionist works. The large and spacious villa displays his artwork beautifully. The walls of the museum are well decorated and the mosaics make a fabulous scene inside. The entire world is reflected in his works. The entrance to the museum is also worth remembering for its beauty. The yard will also captivate you. However, not only will you find Leger’s works, works of other deserving artists also adorn the museum. Before you head to Biot, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Biot trip builder, to make sure you see all that Biot has to offer, including Musee National Fernand-Leger.
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If you don't know the work of Fernard Leger, this is the place to discover it. A totally civilised museum in a beautiful setting which does all it can to show Leger's progression from post-impressioni... read more »
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Excellent musée! Commentaires par audio-guide concis, rationnels et enrichissants. La visite est superbe, on a de la peine à quitter "ce contemporain du début des congés payés". Belles salles, belles ... read more »Great Museum! Comments by audio-guide concise, rational, and rewarding. The visit is superb, there hardly leave "this contemporary of the beginning of paid leave". Beautiful rooms, beautiful projections! Make it mandatory. Courteous, friendly, welcoming staff. To complete the fun: a nice special note to the restaurant in the garden. Located under the pine trees, the Cook offers varied pizzas. I especially recommend "the Mexican". Light had tasted it, he would have made a true table. In short, a day full of charm. As culinary art meets art, we can show that "ceremonial" and "enthusiasm". I recommend this tour, even if you are like me, of the boeotians. Francis MONNIER of Bloisshow original
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