Nice

Monument aux Morts

Located right at the bottom of Castle Hill on Quai Rauba Capeau in Place Guynemer, the Monument aux Morts is a war memorial constructed to honour 4,000 people of Nice who lost their lives during the first world war. Built in the 1920s at 32 metres high, this monument to the dead has remained a historical centrepiece in Nice and the French Riviera. Roger Seasal designed the monument and ensured that there was a fusion of the structure and the historical Castle Hill. The white neutral look wrapped on its sides with green shrubs and rocks from the hill perfect the whole look.
 

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