Montpellier is a city in the south of France, located ten kilometers off the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. It is famous for its gothic, gothic style founded in 1364 topped with conical towers. The Antigone region is a modern complex of residential and administrative buildings built in neoclassical style. The exposition of the Fabre Museum presents canvases of famous French and European masters. The population of the city is 280,000 people.