Monday’s Postcard: Nice, France

Posted on 18. Jul, 2011 by in Postcard

Today’s postcard brings us to one of the most well known destinations on the French Riviera, Nice.

In this very city are believe to be the oldest human settlements in all of Europe, back when the city was called Nikaia (Goddess of Victory). Very popular with the English bourgeoisie in the 18th century,  Nice has always been a strikingly inspiring place and therefore it doesn’t come as a surprise that there are over 20 museums in the city, creating famous painters like Matisse and Chagal. Another epicurean pleasure of Nice is its famous salade niçoise - lettuce, hard-boiled eggs, tuna, anchovies, tomatoes and olives. Bon appétit!

Nice, France

While I have hundreds of snaps I can’t wait to share, if you would like to have your own published here, send me an email and I will be happy to look through your work and find the perfect fit for this feature.

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One Response to “Monday’s Postcard: Nice, France”

  1. Lauren Rice

    18. Jul, 2011

    Definitely on my bucket list!!

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