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Do & See

Musée De La Marine

This is the place to learn everything about the town’s maritime history, from the lives of galley slaves to the attacks by pirates led by Redbeard. Not to mention the young Captain Napoleon Bonaparte who helped to destroy the town after it had been handed over to the English after the Revolution.
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Musée Mémorial Du Débarquement

Many tourists are not aware that the Allied landings on the coasts of France took place not just in Normandy, but also here in August 1944. This place is dedicated to the landing in Provance.
Musée D’art

Musée D’art

Musée D’art house exquisite paintings from the School of Provence, as well as a natural history museum with everything there is to know about the region’s wildlife and minerals.
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Place Puget- Rue Hoche- Rue D’alger

In the maze of what used to be called Little Chicago (referring to the Old Town) you’ll find peaceful little fashion shops with the latest in ready-to-wear. If that’s still not enough, continue along rue Jean-Jaurès.
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Le Mont Faron

Le Mont Faron is an impressive mountain with amazing views over the bay. There is a cableway up the mountain, but not on days when the Mistral is blowing too much. Ask at the tourist office.
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Place Puget

Take a delightful stroll from a charming little square – with a fountain covered in greenery – through the Old Town’s best-known street, down to the harbour.
The Fortifications

The Fortifications

There are about 40 fortifications all-round the bay. The oldest of them date back to the 16th century. Fort Balaguier and la Tour Beaumont are two that can be visited.
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Cathédrale Notre-Dame-de-la-Seds de Toulon

The mixture of styles in this Romanesque cathedral, dating from the 11th century, could almost be classified as post-modern. A concentrate of church architecture through the centuries.
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