Cannes

Nomade Sculpture

  32 Quai Henri Rambaud, 06600 Antibes      +33 4 22 10 60 10     more than a year ago
Nomade is one of the most intriguing structures planted in the town of Antibes. Sitting outside the Bastion Saint-Jaume, this gigantic white sculpture is the masterpiece of the French Riviera. Jaume Plensa created this ironwork of a man sitting calmly looking at the sea. The beautiful views at the location are also a reason why people visit. Saint-Jaume has history attached to it; when the Romans occupied the land, there was a chapel, a temple, and thereafter a tower, located on site. The Bastion Shipyard was built much later, after many years, but eventually closed in the 1980s. The Nomade sculpture brings lightness and amusement to the place with serious historic stories.

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