Marselha é a segunda mais populosa cidade de França e a mais antiga cidade francesa. Localizada na antiga província da Provença e na costa do Mediterrâneo, é o maior porto comercial do país. A população municipal é 852 395 habitantes (censo de 2007) distribuídos por 240,62 km², atingindo 1 601 095 habitantes (censo de 2006) na região metropolitana de Marselha- Aix-en-Provence em 2 830,2 km², sendo a terceira região metropolitana mais populosa da França, após Paris e Lyon.  Marselha é a capital administrativa da região de Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur e do departamento de Bouches-du-Rhône (Bocas do Ródano). Foi povoada pelos gregos no século VII a.C. e passou para o domínio romano em 49 a.C. Fonte Wikipédia. Saiba mais    Marseille, known in antiquity as Massilia or Massalia (probably adapted from a pre-existing language related to Ligurian) is the second largest city in France, after Paris, with a population of 853,000 within its administrative limits on a land area of 240.62 km2. The urban area and metropolitan area of Marseille extends beyond the city limits with a population of around 1.6 million. Located on the southeast coast of France, Marseille is France's largest city on the Mediterranean coast and largest commercial port. Marseille is the capital of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region, as well as the capital of the Bouches-du- Rhône department. Source Wikipédia. See more Marseille is one of the most visited cities in France,  with 4.1 million visitors in 2012.[41] Marseille is  ranked 86th in the world for business tourism and  events, droping from the 150th spot one year  before. Source "" The ibis Marseille Centre Bourse Vieux Port hotel is  situated less than 547 yds (500 m) from the old port  in the heart of Marseilles, close to the historic  monuments and tourist attractions. A stone's throw  from Canebière boulevard, all amenities are close at  hand: restaurants, cafés etc. Source "" O hotel Ibis Marseille Centre Bourse Vieux Port situa-  se a menos de 500 m do velho porto no coração de  Marselha, perto de monumentos históricos e  atracções turísticas. A um salto da avenida  Canebière com todos os serviços por perto:  restaurantes, cafés, etc. Fonte "" The city's main thoroughfare, the wide boulevard  called the Canebière, stretches eastward from the  Vieux Port to the Réformés quarter. Two large forts  flank the entrance to the Old Port—Fort Saint-Nicolas  on the south side and Fort Saint-Jean on the north.  Marseille is one of the most visited cities in France,  with 4.1 million visitors in 2012.   Source "" The Old Port of Marseille is located at the end of the  Canebière. It has been the natural harbour of  Marseille since antiquity and is now the main popular  place in Marseille, mainly pedestrian since 2013.  Source "" Today the Old Port is used as a marina, as a terminal  for local boat trips and hosts a local fish market.  Since 2013, for the European Capital of Culture, the  Old Port is mainly destinated to pedestrians, it has  been renewed as a large mineral public square  following an international concourse won by Michel  Desvigne Paysagistes, with Foster and Partners. Source "" See the Vieux Port, Notre Dame de la Garde, the  Prado, the famous Velodrome stadium, and much  more! With your personal earphones, you can listen  to the original commentary about Marseilles as you  travel through the city by bus! Source "" Notre-Dame de la Garde, is a Catholic basilica in  Marseille, France. This Neo-Byzantine church was  built by the architect Henri-Jacques Espérandieu on  the foundations of an ancient fort located at the  highest natural point in Marseille, a 149 m (490 ft)  limestone outcrop on the south side of the Old Port.  Source "" The basilica was consecrated on June 5, 1864 and  replaced a church of the same name built in 1214  and restored in the 15th century. It was built on the  foundations of a 16th-century fort built by Francis I  of France to resist the 1536 siege of Marseilles by  the Emperor Charles V. Source "" The basilica consists of a lower church, or crypt, in  the Romanesque style carved from the rock, as well  as an upper church of Neo-Byzantine style decorated  with mosaics. A square bell tower of 41 m topped by  a belfry of 12.5 m supports a monumental 11.2 m   statue of the Madonna and Child, made of copper  gilded with gold leaf.  Source "" People from Marseilles traditionally see Notre-Dame  de la Garde as the guardian and the protector of the  city. Local inhabitants commonly refer to it as la  bonne mère ("the good mother").  Source "" Marseille Cathedral (Cathédrale Sainte-Marie-  Majeure de Marseille or Cathédrale de la Major) is a  Roman Catholic cathedral, and a national monument  of France, located in Marseille. It has been a basilica  minor since 1896.  Source "" The present cathedral, the "Nouvelle Major", was  built on an enormous scale in Byzantine-Roman style  from 1852 to 1896 on the site used for the  cathedrals of Marseille since the fifth century,  principally by the architects Léon Vaudoyer and  Henri-Jacques Espérendieu (1829-1874).  Source "" The Abbey of St. Victor is a late Roman former  monastic foundation in Marseille in the south of  France, named after the local soldier saint and  martyr, Victor of Marseilles. Source "" Fort Saint Nicholas in Marseille is a fortification built  by King Louis XIV between 1660 and 1664,  supposedly to defend the city’s port, but also to quell  the uprising of the people of the city against their  governor. In fact, its guns, like those of its  contemporary, Fort Saint Jean, pointed at the city,  not away from it. Source "" In the eighteenth century, Fort Saint Nicholas was  used as a military prison and garrisoned. In 1790,  during the French Revolution, the people of Marseille  sacked Fort Saint Nicholas, however the Assemblée  Nationale put an end to this destruction a mere  month later. Source "" The Palais du Pharo is a monument whose  construction was ordered by Napoleon III for  Empress Eugenie in the second half of the  nineteenth century. It now belongs to the city of  Marseille and is a venue for conferences and events.  Source "" O Palais du Pharo é um monumento cuja construção  foi ordenada por Napoleão III para Imperatriz  Eugenie, na segunda metade do século XIX. Agora  pertence à cidade de Marselha e é um espaço para  conferências e eventos. Source "" The Church of St. Vincent de Paul is a church located  in the neighborhood of the Chapitre, the top of the  Canebière, the Marseille nicknamed the Reformed  Church. Source ""
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