The Chemin des Révoires is a pathway within Les Révoires district of the Principality of Monaco.
Articles near the latitude and longitude of Nice
Nice (/ˈniːs/, French pronunciation: [nis]; Niçard Occitan: Niça [classical norm] or Nissa [nonstandard], Italian: Nizza or Nizza Marittima, Greek: Νίκαια, Latin: Nicaea) is the fifth most populous city in France, after Paris, Marseille, Lyon and Toulouse, and it is the capital of the Alpes Maritimes département. The urban area of Nice extends beyond the administrative city limits with a population of about 1 million on an area of 721 km2 (278 sq mi).
Latitude: 43° 42' 11.27" N
Longitude: 7° 15' 57.89" E
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Stade Charles-Ehrmann is a football stadium, located in Nice, France. For sporting events, it seats 8,000 spectators. It is sometimes used by the OGC Nice, for practice or friendly matches, and by their reserves team the Eaglets.
Palais Nikaïa is an indoor concert hall and multi-purpose facility located in Nice, France.
Moneghetti is a north central residential district and tourist area; part of the traditional Quartier of La Condamine in the Principality of Monaco. However, some observe Moneghetti as an effective fifth Quartier of the Monaco, having a very distinc…
The Jardin Exotique de Monaco (French for "exotic garden of Monaco") is a botanical garden located on a cliffside in Monaco.
The Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur (OCA, Côte d'Azur Observatory) originated in 1988 with the merger of two observatories:
The Palais des Congrès Acropolis (also known as Acropolis Exhibition Hall) is a convention center for Nice, France. It hosts various conventions.
The Tropaeum Alpium (Latin for "Victory Monument of the Alps", French: Trophée des Alpes), was built by the Romans for the emperor Augustus to celebrate his definitive victory over the ancient tribes who populated the Alps. The monument's remains ar…
Saint Michel is a northern central residential area; part of the traditional Quartier of Monte Carlo in the Principality of Monaco.
The Opéra de Nice is the principal opera venue in Nice, France.
The Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nice in Nice, France at 33 av. des Baumettes was built in the former private mansion built in 1878 by the Ukrainian Princess, Elisabeth Vassilievna Kotschoubey.
The Var (Latin Varus) is a river located in the southeast of France.
Fort Carré, often Fort Carré d'Antibes, is a 16th-century star-shaped fort of four arrow-head shaped bastions, that stands on the outskirts of Antibes, France. Henri de Mandon built the fort and then during the 17th century, the Marquis de Vauban re…
The Napoleon Museum in Monte Carlo, Monaco was a museum of artifacts which once belonged to the French Emperor Napoleon I.
Stade Municipal du Ray is a football stadium in Nice, France. It was the home of OGC Nice since it opened in 1927 and has a capacity of 18,696. It is popular for being located in the center of the city, but suffers from its old structure and small c…
The Cimetière du Château in Nice, France, is the burial site for notables such as:
The Villa Arson, also referred to as the École Nationale Supérieure d'Arts à la Villa Arson (National School of Fine Arts at the Villa Arson), is a French art museum, elite school and research institution for contemporary art, located in Nice, Franc…
The Paillon (Nissard Occitan: Palhon) is a coastal river of the Alpes-Maritimes that flows into the Mediterranean Sea in Nice, near the old district. Its source is north of Lucéram.