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Works are under way in Place St Francois. This square will finally be brought up to the standard of the others like Place Rossetti and Place du Palais. The fish market will move back here once works have been completed. Additional works in the square include restoring the inside of the Palais Communal and uncovering the Franciscan monastery hidden where the rubbish depot is now. ... See MoreSee Less

Works are under way in Place St Francois. This square will finally be brought up to the standard of the others like Place Rossetti and Place du Palais. The fish market will move back here once works have been completed. Additional works in the square include restoring the inside of the Palais Communal and uncovering the Franciscan monastery hidden where the rubbish depot is now.

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Phillip Temple - Real Estate in NiceIn case you were wondering where the fish market is now, it is right next to Monoprix in Place Garibaldi.

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Camera crews and local bigwigs making speeches in Place St Francois this morning. The reason is in the photo, the works start on the new square. Already started are the renovation of the Palais Communal, which used to be the Town Hall back in 1584, and the Franciscan convent which is currently hidden behind the rubbish depot but will be restored and opened to the public. The square will be brought up to the same level as we see in Place de Palais and Place Rossetti. The fish market will remain but with fixed stalls, much like the Liberation market in north Nice. Opposite the park, and next to Place Garibaldi, this wonderful location is finally getting the attention it deserves. ... See MoreSee Less

Camera crews and local bigwigs making speeches in Place St Francois this morning. The reason is in the photo, the works start on the new square. Already started are the renovation of the Palais Communal, which used to be the Town Hall back in 1584, and the Franciscan convent which is currently hidden behind the rubbish depot but will be restored and opened to the public. The square will be brought up to the same level as we see in Place de Palais and Place Rossetti. The fish market will remain but with fixed stalls, much like the Liberation market in north Nice. Opposite the park, and next to Place Garibaldi, this wonderful location is finally getting the attention it deserves.