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Visite guidée architecture et patrimoine

Architecture and heritage guided tour

Cultural, Traditions and folklore, Guided tour, Historic in Sainte-Maxime
5 Full-fare
  • A youthful, jovial, and rich bourgeoisie began relocating to Sainte-Maxime for the winter and summer beginning in the 1920s.

    Over the years, this site has drawn a clientele of artists who either construct or purchase villas. The modest agricultural community later developed into a well-liked coastal resort, nurturing a modern architectural design known as neo-regionalism, which was created and tried here by young architects and which would eventually tear the entire region apart. René Darde, André Barbier Bouvet, or Henri Bret? Mysterious! You will learn the secret throughout this excursion.


    Booking is necessary.

  • A youthful, jovial, and rich bourgeoisie began relocating to Sainte-Maxime for the winter and summer beginning in the 1920s.

    Over the years, this site has drawn a clientele of artists who either construct or purchase villas. The modest agricultural community later developed into a well-liked coastal resort, nurturing a modern architectural design known as neo-regionalism, which was created and tried here by young architects and which would eventually tear the entire region apart. René...
    A youthful, jovial, and rich bourgeoisie began relocating to Sainte-Maxime for the winter and summer beginning in the 1920s.

    Over the years, this site has drawn a clientele of artists who either construct or purchase villas. The modest agricultural community later developed into a well-liked coastal resort, nurturing a modern architectural design known as neo-regionalism, which was created and tried here by young architects and which would eventually tear the entire region apart. René Darde, André Barbier Bouvet, or Henri Bret? Mysterious! You will learn the secret throughout this excursion.


    Booking is necessary.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
  • On April 23, 2024
  • Adult
    5 €
  • Child
    3 €
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  • On April 23, 2024 at 2:30 PM
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