On the south side is the "Quartier Mazarin", which was created on the order of the brother of Cardinal Mazarin. The private hotels of the 17th and 18th Centuries were built according to an orderly urbanization.
HOTEL DE CAUMONT
At the corner of the Rue Mazarin and the Rue Joseph Cabassol is the Hôtel de Caumont (1720) which is now the National School of Music.
PLACE DES QUATRE DAUPHINS
At the crossing point of the Rue du 4 Septembre and the Rue Cardinale, one can not help noticing the exquisite "Fontaine des Quatre Dauphins", a work by Jean-Claude Rambot (1667).
EGLISE SAINT JEAN DE MALTE
Here, you can discover the 13th Century church, "Saint Jean-de-Malte", to the right of which is the old Palace of Malta, now the Granet Museum.
The Granet Museum houses Paintings of Cézanne, Granet, and Celtic statues.
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