Visites guidées Cezanne et le paysage
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Venez sur les traces de Paul Cézanne à Gardanne ...
Pourquoi Cézanne s'est-il intéressé à Gardanne? Que lui inspirait ce village ?
Cette visite permet de trouver réponse à ces questions, en découvrant les lieux où il aimait se rendre.
Partez à la découverte de la vieille ville de Gardanne sur les traces de Cézanne, et explorez la colline des Frères afin d'étudier ses tableaux, ses techniques picturales, et d'observer l'évolution du paysage qui l'inspirait tant.
Colline des Frères
Information provided by OT Gardanne
Office de Tourisme de Gardanne
31 boulevard Carnot
1 to 2hrs
- 04 42 51 02 73
09 82 58 02 73
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