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La Canebiere, Marseille

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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Visit La Canebiere, built in 1666, to see the site of historic events, such as the assassination King Alexander I of Yugoslavia, and tragic events, such as the Nouvelles Galeries store fire. The street runs from the Réformés quarter to the Vieux-Port. Named after the Middle Ages rope-makers who resided in Marseille, the avenue offers a mix of old and new, with stores, cafes, and hotels blending into the historic setting. A visit to La Canebiere represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Marseille trip generator to plot your vacation.
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  • Dirty, dangerous over the evening arrives and dear to every point of view. There are splendid locations in Marseille, La Canebière no "longer" long gone.
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  • j ' have back la Canebière an afternoon on the old port until l ' Church of reform I wanted to see if the avenue had change, because before the avenue was not very clean, a lot of dirt to the land, although the municipality in fact a big effort on that point, if not for the rest there is not much to see on this avenue no interesting shop apart from the Emperor on a parallel Street House and a Asian store located just before the reform, a lot of people too kebabs and shop low-end and shops closed...
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  • What a pleasure to go back la canebière from the old port up to l churches of reforms, a large and beautiful avenue
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  • The most famous street of Marseille
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