Villa Cigala

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Villa Cigala, then Ave Maria     

 


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In 1884, Elisabeth Douglas (1830-1914), daughter of Lord Douglas, of Edinburgh, had a small cottage built in Costebelle, on the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur. It could be the work of Thomas Donaldson, a British architect wintering in Hyères in those years.

This holiday house was first called Villa Cigala, then Ave Maria.  It was constructed of limestone and rubble.



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