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Ave Winston Churchill, 75008, Paris

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This is a really nice place ideal for people who look for refuge, relaxation, not to crowded, and the museum offers you an exposition of magnificent patchwork by among others: Delacroix, courbet, Ingres.Examples of the Dutch School and more.

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48, Avenue Gabriel, 75008, Paris

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11 Rue Berryer, 75008, Paris

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42 Citroen Champs Elysees, 75008, Paris

+33 (0)8 10 42 42 00

Champs Elysees Paris is a prestigious avenue.

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158 Bd Haussmann Paris, 75008, Paris

+33 (0)1 42 89 04 91 | Visit Official Website

The museum is an elegant late 19th'scentury building, which the owner, Mme Nelie Jacquemart-Andre, left to the Institut de France in 1912, when she died. It contains large collections of 18th century European and Italian Renaissance works. Its collection...

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11 Rue Berryer, 75008, Paris

+33 (0)1 42 25 06 53 | Visit Official Website
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16 Avenue Matignon, 75008, Paris

+33 (0)1 53 76 49 80 | Visit Official Website
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18 Avenue Matignon, 75008, Paris

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The well-known enthusiasm of Japan for the French paint is, in a big part, the Kiyoshi Taménaga’s work. By the way, the artist considers himself as the fruit of love that he feels for the one he considers as his second country.

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42 Avenue des Champs Elysées, 75008, Paris

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63, Rue de Monceau, 75008, Paris

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The museum presents the main part of its treasures to visitors, in the new Richelieu wing, islamic art collections, oriental antiques, French sculptures, objets d'art,French paintings & paintings from the Northern school (including Rubens).Let's not forget, the ever so famous masterpieces:the Venus of Milo, the Winged Victory of Samothrace, the Mona Lisa of Leonard da Vinci, and so many others.

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The Musee Guimet presents one of the largest collection of Chinese, Japanese and South-East Asia Arts. Its founder, Emile Guimet, was an industrial manager from Lyon, and a passionated collector of the East and Far East arts. His museum was transfered in Paris in 1885. It owns the most beautiful collection of Khmer Art after the Phnom-Penh Museum in Cambodge.It is just reopened after estoration.

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The ""Cabane de Passy "" where Balzac wrote many of his works and lived from 1840 to 1847. The ""Cabane"" has kept its rustic atmosphere and its romantic garden.Portraits, books, letters and manuscript.Personnel objects belonging to the writer.

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330 works of art by Dali shown over 1000 m2 of exhibition space.

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This beautiful, remarkable building took 134 years to be built. It has 2 strange assymatrical towers and it is a tribute to France's 19th centuryscientific spirit, don' miss it. Look for Delacroix murals in the first chapel on the right.

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Ordered by Napoleon as a memorial to the French Grand Army, the triumphal arch was begun by the architect Chalgrin in 1806 and completed in 1836.The Arc de Triomphe is built on the model of ancient Triumphal Arches, but its monumental size: 50 meters tall and 45 meters wide, is typical of the Empire architecture. This arch offers a great whole of sculptures, the best known is a bas relief of Rude, depicting ""...

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The Grand Palais was built by Daglone and Louvet, between 1897 and 1900, for the World's Fair. Its large metallic hall is typical of the Art Nouveau whereas the stone facade with ionics columns is in Academic style.At the corners, in the top of the building rush the bronzes groups of Recipon.Actually, the Grand Palais contains many temporary world famous exhibitions

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The museum presents the main part of its treasures to visitors, in the new Richelieu wing, islamic art collections, oriental antiques, French sculptures, objets d'art,French paintings & paintings from the Northern school (including Rubens).Let's not forget, the ever so famous masterpieces:the Venus of Milo, the Winged Victory of Samothrace, the Mona Lisa of Leonard da Vinci, and so many others.

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The Musee Guimet presents one of the largest collection of Chinese, Japanese and South-East Asia Arts. Its founder, Emile Guimet, was an industrial manager from Lyon, and a passionated collector of the East and Far East arts. His museum was transfered in Paris in 1885. It owns the most beautiful collection of Khmer Art after the Phnom-Penh Museum in Cambodge.It is just reopened after estoration.

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The ""Cabane de Passy "" where Balzac wrote many of his works and lived from 1840 to 1847. The ""Cabane"" has kept its rustic atmosphere and its romantic garden.Portraits, books, letters and manuscript.Personnel objects belonging to the writer.

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