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CENTRE UNIVERSITAIRE MÉDITERRANÉEN

The Centre Universitaire Méditerranéen (C.U.M.), offers conferences, musical evenings and other cultural entertainment to the general public.
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65 Promenade des Anglais - 06000 NICE
Tel.: +33(0)4 97 13 46 10

Weekly closing: Saturday afternoon and evening, Sunday afternoon and evening,
A place of remembrance and prestige, it offers lectures on well-known writers who are in the literary news, prehistory, controversy and philosophical cycles and concerts, colloquiums, debates and festivals.

A prestige commemorative site, it hosts lectures on the major issues affecting the world, as well as concerts, colloquia, round tables and festivals.

Payment methods:
  • Cheques
Areas:
  • Sea side
  • City center
Upcoming events
24
01
CONSTANTINE À TRAVERS LES ÂGES
Under the patronage of the Mayor of Nice, in partnership with the Cercle Méditerrapaix (ACM Foundation). See the details ›
25
01
UN CERTAIN M. PIEKIELNY
Eric Naulleau, author, literary critic and television host - François-Henri Désérable, writer. See the details ›
30
01
DE GAULLE FACE À L’AMÉRIQUE, 1940-1969
Eric Branca, historian and journalist. See the details ›
06
02
PHILOSOPHIE DE LA NATURE: LE COSMOS
With Michel Onfray, philosopher, writer. See the details ›
07
02
CHRISTIANISME ET COMMUNISME : LE CHOC DU XXÈME SIÈCLE
With Bernard Lecomte, writer and journalist. See the details ›
08
02
IL ÉTAIT UNE FOIS LE NICE DE JEAN GILLETTA
Maître Janine Gilletta, Deputy Mayor of Nice See the details ›
14
02
LA PRÉTENTION À L’UNIVERSEL
With Bruno de Cessole, writer, journalist, literary critic - Subject, Chantal Delsol, philosopher, member of the Institute. See the details ›
22
02
DE SAINT-ETIENNE À SAINT-GUILLAUME
From Saint-Etienne to Saint-Guillaume: the Bourges cathedral and its relics in the Middle Ages. See the details ›
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