National Geographic : 1935 Jan
LIFE'S PATTERN ON THE ITALIAN RIVIERA © Publishers' Photo Service THE CASTLE-CROWNED ROCK OF EZE RISES LIKE A HUGE PYRAMID ABOVE THE MIDDLE CORNICHE DRIVE Meager terraces and vineyards cling to its rocky sides, which mount steeply from the sea. Towers and crumbling walls pierce the sky. Little wonder the Saracen "Redbeard" coveted this stronghold and made it a favorite fortress (see pages 89 and 91). Three superb Corniche roads, famous highways bordering the "coast of the setting sun," pass Eze on different levels.