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Cite Radieuse Le Corbusier, Marseille
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Swiss architect Charles-Edouard Jeanneret, better known as Le Corbusier, designed and built Cite Radieuse Le Corbusier between 1947 and 1951. The structure is 165 m (541 ft) long, 24 m (78 ft) wide, and 56 m (183 ft) high, with 337 apartments. Some of the apartments are duplexes, and others take up the full width of the building. To visit Cite Radieuse Le Corbusier and other attractions in Marseille, use our Marseille trip itinerary planner.
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  • This guided tour costs 10 euros and you can book at the tourist office, even if it does not fit on the card. I already knew beforehand that it was not my favorite style, and I haven't changed my mind, but the visit was still interesting and curious. Length of the tour guide is 1 hour and a half, the French language, but every now and then there's also a few visits in English. Entering an apartment left just as it is, you go on the terrace at the top of the building and finally in the plane where originally there were businesses and where it now remains only a hotel with bar, a bakery and a bookstore.
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  • The restaurant is refined in an exceptional and unusual setting. The prices are a little high but worth the trip. Located in this building so special that needs no introduction, this restaurant stands out by its privileged location and its exceptional setting. Place in height it has sea view and you can get there late in the afternoon the sunset view is unforgettable. The kitchen is refined and original. The staff is attentive. An essential step of Marseille.
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  • Home of the Fada is a residence of housing created by the architect Le Corbusier. Indeed, the France after war in need of housing. The Government appealed to the architect to create a bar of houses on stilts that offers different shops inside the building. The corridors of the structure are very large, real Street in this city. In the apartments appear the kitchens. From the roof terrace you will have an extraordinary view on Marseille.
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