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Corsica Cargese, also know in Corsican as Carghjese is a village that you should visit if you are traveling through France. Corsica Cargese is located in Deux-Sevi canton, Ajaccio arrondissement, Corse-du-Sud department, Corsica region. Corsica Cargese has an area of 46 square kilometers and about 1,000 residents living at an altitude of 60 meters above sea level. Corsica Cargese was settled at the end of the 18th century. The settlers were a group of Greek immigrants. They built one of the two churches in town. The native Corsicans built the other one. In present, the economy of Corsica Cargese is based on tourism. If you plan visiting it, do not miss its most important points of interest.

Top Attractions within Corsica Cargese

Latin Church of the Assumption is the first church that was built on the island. The construction began in the 1820s but it was stopped because of the lack of funds. Finally, in 1850, the church was completed. In the later 1920s, Russian Nicolas Ivanoff, a resident of Corsica Cargese painted the trompe l'oeil of the church. His decoration work was continued by Edmond Rocchiccioli, Anastassiya Sokolova and Valeri Tchernoritski. In 2000, a stained glass window depicting the immaculate conception was installed.

Saint Spyridon Greek Church is the second church of Corsica Cargese. The construction of it started in 1852 and it progressed very slow. It was not completed until 1876. The trompe l'oeil of the church was painted bu the same painter that worked on the Latin Church, Nicolas Ivanoff. In this church, you can admire four icons that colonists brought to Corsica Cargese before settling the city.

Torra di Carghjesi is a Genoese tower located in Corsica Cargese. This is one of the most important attractions in the area, occupying a history filled place of the town. This tower was designed as one of France's official historical monuments and now attracts thousands of tourists to Corsica Cargese.

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