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Place Castellane

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The Place Castellane in 2015.
The Place Castellane in 2015.

The Place Castellane is a historic square in the 6th arrondissement of Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône, France. It was built in 1774.

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History

The square was named for Henri-César de Castellane-Majastre, an aristocrat who donated the land for its construction in 1774.[1] A fountain with an obelisk used as a lavoir was built in the middle of the square in 1798.[1]

In 1911, the obelisk was relocated to Mazargues.[1] Meanwhile, Jules Cantini donated a new fountain, which was designed by sculptor André-Joseph Allar.[1][2] The fountain, completed in 1913, represents three Provençal rivers: the Durance, the Gardon, and the Rhône.[1]

The square, with the original obelisk, is mentioned by Joseph Conrad in his 1919 novel entitled The Arrow of Gold.[3]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e "Place Castellane". Marseille Visitor Centre. Retrieved July 21, 2016.
  2. ^ Detaille, Gérard (2000). Marseille: A Century of Pictures. Marseille: Editions Parenthèses. p. xcviii. ISBN 9782863640944. OCLC 41506621.
  3. ^ Conrad, Joseph (1992). La flèche d'or. Paris: Edition Gallimard. pp. 103–104. ISBN 2-07-040549-4.

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