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Every year, it hosts traditional local events like the May Festival. This broad stretch of greenery also features several interesting tourist sights: Matisse Museum, the Monastery of Cimiez with its church and cloister, Archaeology Museum and Roman ruins.
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Of ancient Cemenelum, a Roman camp built on the central hill of Nice, there remain only ruins of the amphitheatre and baths, illustrating the presence of the town in Imperial times. Located in what is today a very residential district, the wooded Parc des Arènes opens onto the Matisse Museum and the Monastery gardens with flower-decked terraces overlooking the eastern part of the city and the sea.
The amphitheatre (Arènes) and garden with its olive grove can host theme meetings. A quiet peaceful district, Cimiez is the setting of the most ambitious events.
This is also a popular site with the people of Nice, who enjoy strolling on the grass among centuries-old olive trees.