Friday, February 4, 2011

Marcel Pagnol's Historic Château Set to Reopen its Doors

After decades of languishing in near-ruins, a cornerstone of Marseille's history is set to reopen its doors to the public in May, amid some controversy. Built in 1867, the baroque-kitsch Château Buzine achieved world-wide fame thanks to My Father's Glory and My Mother's Castle, Marcel Pagnol's two-volume memoir and the 1990 film versions. Click here to read more.

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