Louis Vuitton Foundation

To begin with, the Louis Vuitton Foundation is located on the outskirts of Paris, in a more refined neighbourhood. This gives the place a special air because it is further

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Museum of Natural History

Founded in 1793 during the French Revolution, it is one of the most important museums in France. Its collection is composed of objects from the world of science, research, zoology,

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City of Science and Industry

Located on the former slaughterhouses of Paris, the Parc de la Villette is an active space, a new district for meetings, culture and leisure. A place for exhibitions, documentation, communication

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Marmottan Monet Museum

The museum is housed in the 19th-century residence of collector and art historian Paul Marmottan, whose fine collection of medieval, Flemish, Renaissance and Napoleonic art he left to the Institut

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Rodin Museum

You’ve probably seen at least one work by Auguste Rodin. The Rodin Museum has the advantage of being a little out of the way of tourists visiting Paris.The museum opened

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Arab World Institute

Parisians and visitors alike never tire of the myriad opportunities that the Institut du Monde Arabe offers to travel the world and explore … different cultures and civilisations through a

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Museum Orsay

One of the places of Parisian culture: the Musée d’Orsay. The fine arts are represented: such as cinema, photography and paintings and paintings of the impressionists. Located on the Quai

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Pompidou Center

Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers created a very avant-garde building. It is around a gigantic parallelepiped that it deploys a steel frame, its walls in glass and clear colors. It

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Picasso Museum

The Picasso Museum is housed in one of the finest hotels in the historic Marais district in Paris. It was built in 1656 for Pierre Aubert de Fontenay, farmer of

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