Tucked into a corner of the Place Rossetti, and almost lost behind the crowds of diners in the afternoons, this beautiful cathedral is a reminder of what Nice used to be. It's Catholic roots extend back to the 1600's when it was a part of a principality in its own right.
The relics here are amongst the most valued in Europe, and the decoration was created to embrace the newly emerging style of glorifying God. Here they bring together so many styles of art and sculpture to create beauty magnified by presence.
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