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9 Photographs Marseille

Bathed with sun nearly 2900 hours per year, the Mediterranean city of Marseille lies right in the middle of the viewfinder of YellowKorner’s professional photographers. Make your way through ourphoto gallery to discover the best spots in Marseille shown from a different angle.

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Bathed with sun nearly 2900 hours per year, the Mediterranean city of Marseille lies right in the middle of the viewfinder of YellowKorner’s professional photographers. Make your way through ourphoto gallery to discover the best spots in Marseille shown from a different angle. Marseille and its panoramic sites Many professional photographers have walked the streets of Marseille to reveal its beauty to the wider world. Famous for its warm weather most of the year, this trading port offers numerous angles of view to spotlight the riches of its natural and architectural heritage. Photographers like Richard Silver have captured the beautiful Mediterranean city. His photos have travelled the world, and several are available in YellowKorner’s art photo gallery. Among the most emblematic of Marseille's sites are the Old Port and the Calanques. Many others remain to be discovered at YellowKorner. Laurent Dequick shares his different Marseille photos . The lively metropolis, the buzzing crowd, the daily riches of urban spaces: these are the themes he treats so well.

A photo of Marseille as decoration

Because interior decoration is an art that changes and evolves as much as photography does, together, the result is stunning. Photos as wall decoration have become a must. Take the example of the artistic photos of the Château d’If, offshore from Marseille. The photo seems frozen in time. But in taking the time to admire the shot, we remember the legends told about the monument. Cultural tidbit: the castle inspired Alexandre Dumas’ “The Count of Monte-Cristo”. In black and white, in colour, at night or in the day, panoramic photos of this several thousand year old city tells more than one story.