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L'OISEAU BLEU residence in Monaco
An architectural referral to the Blue Bird of Maurice Maeterlinck written in 1908 and quite popular on the 1900s. It had several theatrical and cinema adaptations yet by 1910-1911 and this building can be considered it's architectural adaptation. Besides, the name of Bergian writer and poet Maurice Maeterlinck is closely associated with Nice and south of France. Maurice Maeterlinck bought a castle in Nice in 1930 and died in Nice two decades later. Nobel prize winning writer is now famous mainly with his Blue Bird or l`Oiseau Bleu.
The residence has 21 luxury apartment in total, spacious hall, fitness-centre.