You can enjoy the architecture and historical significance of the institute as well as take advantage of its facilities should you find yourself sick while abroad. Named after the infamous founder of germ theory, the Hospital Pasteur is a fantastic example of period architecture, reflecting the “fortress-style” inclinations of the German occupation in France at that time.
In fact, this is one of the most interesting architectural situations in France, next to the Gare du Sud; while the hospital itself features relatively modern design, the wing constructed during the occupation retains its imposing and austere design, perhaps as a reminder of things now past. Whatever the case, this hospital is also a state of the art facility offering everything from outpatient procedures to maternity care.
Address: 30 voie Romaine, 06000 Nice, France
Phone: +33 4 92 03 77 77
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