Place de la Comédie

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The people of Montpellier used to call it the Egg because of the ovoid shape of the boundaries of the old public space, around the Three Graces Fountain by sculptor Étienne Antoine. This lively centre, lined with café terraces and dominated by the 19C façade of the theatre, links old Montpellier with the city's more modern districts.

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place de la Comédie

Nearby tourist attractions

Languedoc Region Museum
Languedoc Region Museum
Romanesque sculptures from Fontcaude and
1:30
Old Montpellier
Old Montpellier
Between Place de la Comédie and the
1:30
Chapel of the White Penitents
Chapel of the White Penitents
The former church of St Foy, this chapel
0:15
Hôtel des Trésoriers de France
Hôtel des Trésoriers de France
Housing the Languedoc Museum and also
0:15
Place St-Ravy
Place St-Ravy
This square contains the vestiges
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Hôtel de Manse
Hôtel de Manse
The private residence of the Comte de
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Old Montpellier
Old Montpellier
Between Place de la Comédie and the
1:30
Chapel of the White Penitents
Chapel of the White Penitents
The former church of St Foy, this chapel
0:15
Hôtel des Trésoriers de France
Hôtel des Trésoriers de France
Housing the Languedoc Museum and also
0:15
See all