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Conference Dates: October 10-11, 2019
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- Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
- Business Center.
- Business Phone Service.
- Complimentary Printing Service.
- Express Mail.
- Meeting Rooms.
- Office Rental.
- Photo Copying Service.
- Secretarial Service.
- Video Conference.
- Video Messaging.
- Video Phone.
- Baggage Storage.
Cannes, resort city of the French Riviera, in Alpes-Maritimes département, Provence-Alpes-Côtes d’Azur région, southeastern France. It lies southwest of Nice.
Named for the canes of its once-reedy shore, it was probably settled by Ligurian tribesmen and occupied successively by Phocaeans, Celts (or Gauls), and Romans. In the 4th century it came under the protection of the monks of Lérins, whose abbots were lords of Cannes and who in the 10th century built fortifications under Pointe du Chevalier to guard against Muslim sea raiders. Napoleon, on the first night of his return from Elba, encamped his small army in the dunes outside the village. The international resort reputation of Cannes originated with Lord Brougham, who, prevented by quarantine measures from entering Nice in 1834, stopped at the fishing village of Cannes; he later built a villa and returned every winter for 34 years.
Lying on the crescent of the Gulf of Napoule, Cannes backs against a line of sheltering wooded hills. Its palm-planted Promenade de la Croisette follows the curve of the sand beach and is fringed with luxury hotels. The harbour is a port of call for yachts and transatlantic liners. There are several casinos, and the Palais des Festivals is the site of the well-known Cannes film festival. Tourism is the city’s main source of revenue; of this about a fifth is winter tourism; foreign visitors make up two-fifths of the traffic. There is an international market for flowers, especially mimosa, which has flourished in the region since its introduction from Santo Domingo in 1835.
The monks continue to inhabit Saint-Honorat, one of the offshore Îles de Lérins, where they make a Chartreuse-like liqueur called Lerina. The man in the iron mask was imprisoned for a time on the nearby island of Sainte-Marguerite. Pop. (1999) 67,304; (2014 est.) 73,744.
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