Built in 1622, it belonged to Pierre Giraudin de Piosin de Montauban, first consul of Toulon in the 17th century.
Vast private residence with structured façade, large window adorned with François I era gypseries decorated with grotesques, doorway in a basket handle four-centred arch, basket handle porch.
Course museum of a dozen panels dedicated to the memory of the shipyards of La Seyne departing from the Shipyard gate to the bascule bridge.
The 17th century mansion now houses the Maison du Patrimoine de la Métropole Toulon Provence Méditerranée, a place where the history of the city's heritage can be retraced in an innovative way.
The treasures collected on the site of the oppidum de la Courtine and many other objects are exhibited at the GRPO building.
In 1845, a chapel was built in the hollow of Saint-Georges, at the far end of the harbor; that same year, it was erected as a parish church. The priory of Saint-Mandrier was already mentioned in 1138.
Archaeological museum of the city, which presents the artifacts resulting from the excavations carried out on the Celto-Ligurian oppidum of the Courtine by the Var archaeological centre in partnership...
Built on the initiative of Jules de Greling in 1873 and completed in 1874. The Landowski family created the choir fresco in 1942, the Way of the Cross in 1960 and the stained glass windows in 1973.
The Domaine de Fabrégas, which has been the property of the Conservatoire du Littoral since March 2011, has been entrusted to the management of the Metropole Toulon Provence Méditerranée, which is ...