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  • Many hope that Marseille's museum attendance will be considerably boosted by the creation of the city's first national museum, the Musée des Civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée Mucem, which will open at the end of 2012.

    Marseille's Cultural Renaissance

  • Stephane Ravier is a representative of the Front on Marseille's city council.

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  • The city's Musée d'Art Contemporain MAC, which was created in the 1990s, epitomizes what has, up until recently, been the City of Marseille's rather haphazard organization of the visual arts.

    Marseille's Cultural Renaissance

  • Related Article Marseille's Cultural Renaissance Sharing the title with the Slovenian city of Maribor, Guimarães has prepared a vast arts program that includes the latest ballet from Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, concerts by New York's multi-Grammy-winning Emerson String Quartet and a world-class jazz festival.

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  • Agence Ricciotti A rendering of the future Mucem The fresh mistral breeze, the setting sun with its pinkish hue and the bustling energy of Marseille's Old Port have seduced legions of Mediterranean voyagers down the years.

    Marseille's Cultural Renaissance

  • The Mucem Marks a First As the first national museum to be located in a city outside of Paris, excitement is building to fever pitch for Marseille's Musée des Civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée Mucem, which is expected to open in the spring of 2013.

    Marseille's Cultural Renaissance

  • James Reeve for The Wall Street Journal The Silo D'Arenc Marseille's strong repertoire of performing arts has traditionally overshadowed what has tended to be been an underwhelming museum circuit.

    Marseille's Cultural Renaissance

  • Slightly farther north, work is complete on another symbol of Marseille's industrial past: the Silo d'Arenc, a former cereal silo built in 1926 and listed in 2004 as a heritage building.

    Marseille's Cultural Renaissance

  • Marseille's 13 existing museums only welcome about 300,000 visitors a year, a tiny amount when compared to a museum like the Louvre, which attracts more than eight million visitors annually.

    Marseille's Cultural Renaissance

  • As the first national museum to be located in a city outside of Paris, excitement is building to fever pitch for Marseille's Musée des Civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée Mucem, which is expected to open in the spring of 2013.

    The Mucem Marks a First

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