Those seeking a thrill might wonder what the appeal of going all the way to France to visit a library might be, but the Louis Nucera Library is more than “just” a library. Located in the heart of the French Riviera, this library is a fantastic architectural marvel that affords the visitor a glimpse of the classical style that defines French architecture to many Westerners. In addition, the library itself houses a massive number of books, including many rare and unique finds that you quite literally can’t find anywhere else in the world. The children’s wing of the library is another unique site, so unique that it nearly qualifies as its own attraction in itself, featuring tall columns of children’s books on ornate shelves, painted walls, and hand-crafted beautiful marionettes and mobiles featuring the most popular characters from children’s literature all over the world.
Address: 2 Place Yves Klein, 06300 Nice, France
Open hours: 2:00 - 7:00 pm
Phone: +33 4 97 13 48 00
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