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Château Borély

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Château Borély
Marseille-Château Borély(11).jpg
Location in Marseille
Château Borély (France)
General information
Town or cityMarseille, 8th arrondissement
CountryFrance
Coordinates43°15′27″N 5°22′55″E / 43.257423°N 5.381955°E / 43.257423; 5.381955
Construction started1767
Completed1778
Design and construction
ArchitectCharles-Louis Clérisseau
Esprit-Joseph Brun

The Château Borély is a chateau in the southern part of Marseille, France.

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History

The chateau was built in the eighteenth century for Louis Borély (1692-1768), a rich merchant of Marseille. It was donated to the city in the nineteenth century. For several years it hosted the archaeological museum. The chateau is located in the current Parc Borély.

There are plans to transfer the Faïence Museum (Musée de la Faïence de Marseille) from the Château Pastré to the Château Borély, which will also hold the planned Museum of Decorative Arts and Fashion, as part of preparations for Marseille becoming the European cultural capital in 2013.[1]

References

Citations

Sources

  • Adrien Blés, Dictionnaire historique des rues de Marseille, Éd. Jeanne Laffitte, Marseille, 1989, p. 61, ISBN 2-86276-195-8.
  • Roger Duchêne, Christian Ramade, Le Château Borély, Éd. Autres Temps, 1999, ISBN 2-84521-029-9
  • "Le Musée de la Faïence". Culture.Marseille. Ville de Marseille. Retrieved 2012-11-29.

External links

Media related to Château Borély at Wikimedia Commons

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