set in pleasant gardens, helpful staff but the film about Chagall's life runs at specific times in English (12 & 2) & in French so I couldn't wait around to watch it. The main room houses paintings from his American period and they are all very religious. Unfortunately I could take advantage of the audio guide as you need to have a document with photo on and my docs were at the villa. There was a small additional (possibly Jewish) room, The temporary exhibition was in preparation so some rooms were off limits. Euros 5 to get in (more if temp exhibitions are open. That wasn't unreasonable and you could take photos without any flash. The external mosaic was my highlight. But worth a visit
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