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Arjun Krishna

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Transcript of Nice

The Côte d'Azur region has been bringing in many international companies to develop European operations
Nice la Belle
La géographie
Fun Facts about Nice
The land of Nice,France
Nice Climate
La culture
Where Nice is
The climate of nice changes with its season.
Summers: Dry, warm and sunny.
Autumn: The first few months are just like summer, then it gets colder.
Winter: Chilly but also mild. Snow is extremely rare and frost is uncommon.
Spring: mild and rainy but slowly gets warmer.
Overall similar to California.
Population:Nice is the 5th most populated city in France. Right after Paris,Marseille,Lyon and Toulouse.
City Name: It's called Nice la belle
It's the capital of the Alpes Maritimes department and 2nd largest city in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur reigon after Marseille. Its also the 2nd largest coastal city.
The City of Nice has a lot of environmental beauty.Its filled with all sorts of trees.Some of the more native plants include oak,pine and arbutus. But some of the more exotic species include Palms,Eucalyptus and Orange trees exist in Nice.

Nice also consists of Two bays. Ville franche-sur-Mer sits on an enclosed bay, while the main part of the city lies in the old port city and the Aeroport de Côte d'Azur,on a gently curving bay.The city rises from the flat beach into gentle rising hills.
Interesting Fact: The Niçois speak Niçard and Français.
Niçard is French with a strong Italian flavour.
Nice itself was founded by the Greeks, and after becoming a part of France, the old settlement was named Le Vieux Quartier
A paradise for artists of all sorts.
Since 2 AD, the light of the city has attracted many famous painters and sculptors including:
Marc Chagall
Henri-Émile-Benoît Matisse
Niki de Saint Phalle
Yves Klein
Sacha Sosno (Alexandre Joseph Sosnowsky)
And has inspired several musicians and composers, notably:
Hector Berlioz
Gioachino Rossini
Friedrich Nietzche
The land of museums
Musée Marc Chagall
Musée Matisse
Musée des Beaux-Arts Jules Chéret
Musée d'art moderne et d'art contemporain
École d'art de Nice
Carnaval de Nice
Nice, being a vacation resort hosts many festivals throughout the year, including the Carnaval de Nice, and the Nice Jazz Festival

The Carnaval de Nice is one of the largest Carnivals in the world, second only to the Brazilian Carnaval.
The Farandole is a popular folk dance that originated in Nice.
Early History
In 350 B.C. The Greeks found a city called Nikana after the goddess of victory. The city later became known as Nice.
In 729 Nice was burned down by the Saracens
7th Century Nice joins Genoese League
In 974 William of Provence chases the Saracens out of Eastern Provence and unites the region.
11-14 century
In 1032 Nice joins the Holy Roman Empire
In 1382 a civil war breaks out
In 1388 the commune seeks protection of the Courts of Savoy to escape their rivals
16- 17th century
- The population of nice began to rise with the arrival of six thousand Italian immigrants
- The hotel and the construction industry boomed during this time
- This made Nice a city of national importance
1543 Nice is attacked by the forces of Francis the 1 and city is captured
1600 Nice is taken captive by the Duke of Guise
Nice is taken over by Catinat in 1691
In 1696 Nice is restored to Savoy
18-20 Century
1705 nice is besieged by French
1860 Nice given to Napoleon the third by Sardian king for helping them in a war
1920 first Casino on the coast was opened
1942 Nazi Germany invades France and Nice is taken by the Italians
1944 in august Allied troops launch D-day and Nice is liberated
- This allowed Nice to become a town of national importance
- The city of nice is the second most visited city in France because of this
Food & Local Cuisine
A pizza-like dish made of dough thicker than traditional Italian pizza, and sometimes, pâte brisée, or shortcrust pastry is used as base. Usually contains no cheese. The Pissaladière was introduced by Roman cooks during the time of the Avignon Papacy. It is baked fresh every morning and the Niçois love having it for brunch.
Known as Farinata in neighbouring Italy.
A thin, unleavened pancake or crêpe.
Ratatouille is a traditional French Provençal stewed vegetable dish, originating in Nice. The full name of the dish is Ratatouille Niçoise.
Usually served as a single dish, but can be used as a filling for savoury crêpe or omlettes.
"Nice" sights to see
Very punny, eh?
During 1500's the population of Nice began to rise at a fast rate
This happened because of the arrival of over 6000 Italian immigrants
With the arrival of these people, the hotel and construction industry began to boom
This created numerous jobs in Nice
Made Nice a town of national importance
Partially because of the industry, Nice is the second most visited city in France
Today, Nice has a population of about 40,000 people
Nice has the second busiest airport in France with over 15,000 passengers last year
Nice also has the fifth largest metropolitan area in France
This is a picture of one of Nice's airports
Though it may look small thousands of passengers come through every year
Nice, France's second largest coastal city, after Marseille.
Promenade des Anglais
A Promenade along the Baie des Anglais
-A little hi"story"...
Initially known as the Camin dei Anglès by the Niçois in their native dialect. After the annexation by the French, it was renamed to Promenade des Anglais in French.
Hotel Negresco
Constructed in 1912, and named after Henri Negresco. It was the favourite winter getaway for the Czar Nicholas II of Russia.
Being the most expensive hotel in Nice, it costs about 1605 € (thats about $ 2090!) per night to stay!
Place Masséna
A popular tourist spot. It's usually a very lively place with all sorts of monuments, and small restaurants.
Place Garibaldi
Named after Giuseppe Garibaldi, hero of the unification of Italy. The square was built at the end of the 18th century and served as the entry gate to the city and end of the road to Turin.
In honour of Garibaldi who strongly advocated the inclusion of "Nizza" into Italy.
Unity in Diversity
Because Nice is situated on the Côte d'Azur, and is very close to neighbouring Italy, it receives a large influx of immigrants from all over the world. These diverse groups of people contribute to the growth of Nice's Global Culture.
A few of the major immigrant groups are from Tunisia, Morocco, and Algeria across the Mediterranean, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Vietnam and Laos, but these are estimates since the French National Government does not collect data regarding race or ethnicity to uphold the French values of Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité.
This diversity makes Nice a lively melting pot of cultures, languages and food.
A Vietnamese restaurant in Nice.
Une journée à Nice.
- Wake up in the morning feeling like P Diddy.
- Get your glasses, get out the door, you're going to hit this city.
- Before you leave, brush your teeth, with a bottle du vin.

- Some Socca for breakfast at Le Pain Quotidien
- Visit Place Garibaldi, and Place Masséna and snack on some Niçois light delicacies at different small eateries along the way
- Some Pissaladière for Lunch at Réné Socca on Rue Miralheti
- Visit the different art museums and head over to Promenade des Anglais for a beautiful sunset along the beach
- Have a light dinner. Maybe some Ratatouille at Chez Lou Nissart on Promenade des Anglais?
- You've had a great day. Now head back to your hotel room in the Negresco for a good night's sleep.
Nice is considered as the economic powerhouse of the Côte d'Azur, which is primarily based around non-industrial industry sectors
Most of the money comes for the economies of Tourism, Environmental Sciences, Cleantech, Technology, and Health
The Côte d'Azur region has been bringing in many international companies to develop European operations
These are just some of the companies which are located in Nice
Nice is also home to many convention centers and it hosts many prestigious international business events
These events include the Tourism Awards, which bring together Europe's tourism industry
Nice is also home to many big business parks and home to many big companies
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