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Tête au Carré

The popular expression of “square head” made real, literraly: Tête au Carré is an architectural masterpiece, designed by Sacha Sosno, which helds three floors and the administrative offices of the Central Library of Nice.

With the park that surrounds it, is one of the most curious spots of Nice. In addition, during library opening hours, you can visit its quiet spaces, art exhibitions or the magnificent views of the city from the top floor.

A huge bust is truncated at the height of the mouth, for a bucket of 14 square meters. The building, 30 meters high in total, was officially opened in 2002. The night lighting is a work by French conceptual artist Yann Kersalé.

Photo: Oren Levine

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