373 - Marseille-Ile d'If

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Ile d'If au large de Marseille, France, photos Marie-T Favre picasa web album et musique Alibert la Canebière

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  • A very peculiar place. The fort, castle, island - all at the same time! Temptingly before and now.
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  • Very beautiful work, beautiful background music and well-chosen pictures, you can enter into the atmosphere of this place. I congratulate and greet - Anne
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  • Edmond Dantès, Mercédès, Fernand Mondego, Danglars, Gérard de Villefort.... Et l'abbé Faria, prisonnier au château d’If. Il transmet à Edmond une large part de son immense savoir, et lui révèle l'emplacement d'un trésor caché sur l'île de Monte-Cristo.
    .......Le Comte de Monte-Cristo un roman que j'ai lu d'innombrables fois...Merci, Mireille.
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  • Very nice tour Mireille. I could remember the story of Edmond Dantés while visiting the castleI don't know if the last film with Gerard Depardieu was taken at this castle, but I think so. Thanks for the music too.
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  • Thanks for the tour, Mireille. Nice place and music.
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373 - Marseille-Ile d'If

  1. 1. Le château d’IF ___
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  3. 3. Click The  Château d'If  is a fortress (later a prison) located on the island of If, the smallest island in the  Frioul Archipelago  situated in the  Mediterranean Sea  about a mile offshore in the Bay of Marseille  in southeastern  France . It is famous for being one of the settings of  Alexandre Dumas'  adventure novel  The Count of Monte Cristo . The  château  is a square, three-story building 28 m long on each side, flanked by three towers with large gun  embrasures . The remainder of the island, which only measures 30,000 square metres, is heavily fortified; high ramparts with gun platforms surmount the island's cliffs.
  4. 16. « le trou » que voyait l’abbé Faria
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