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View Grimaldi Castle (Now Picasso Museum) in 360 virtual tour

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In 1946 Picasso put in an upbeat year in Antibes utilizing the second floor of this eminent manor as his workshop, and toward the finish of that year gave a few imperative attempts to the city, including 44 drawings and 23 compositions, among them some of his generally well known.

The stronghold, then again, has its inceptions in the fourteenth century, when the Grimaldi family lived here. Transformed into a town lobby in 1792, it was purchased by the town of Antibes in 1925. Picasso utilized one of its rooms as a workshop, where he made depictions and drawings, a large portion of which he talented to the town of Antibes.