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Galliera Museum

Galliera Museum

Galliera Museum, the fashion museum of Paris It is in the palace of the duchess Galliera, built in the 19th century, that the museum of fashion, inaugurated in 1977, revives history of fashion through prestigious temporary expositions. These expositions make it possible to the public to discover a part of the collection rich of 90000 pieces : [...]

Grand Palais

Grand Palais

The Grand Palais ("Grand Palace") is a large glass exhibition hall that was built for the Paris Exhibition of 1900. It is located in the 8e arrondissement of Paris, France. The Grand Palais was built for the organization of the Universal Exposition of 1900. Before the one of 1900, Paris had organized 4 Universal Expositions, in 1855, 1867, [...]

Jeu de Paume Museum

Jeu de Paume Museum

The building of the Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume was built to be a place dedicated to sport. In 1861, Napoleon III authorizes its construction in the Tuileries Garden and imposes its architecture to be similar to the Orangerie. The room of the jeu de paume was inaugurated in 1862. The jeu de paume is the ancestor of tennis. People in [...]

Mitsukoshi Etoile

Mitsukoshi Etoile

Vocation of the MITSUKOSHI-ETOILE Art Gallery The MITSUKOSHI-ETOILE Art Gallery opened in June 1992, in order to favor cultural exchanges between Japan and France, while integrating a European dimension, willing to strengthen mutual comprehension between nations. It organizes expositions of famous Japanese and French (or European) artists: [...]

Orangerie Museum

Orangerie Museum

Marie-Auguste-Antoine Bourgeois, architect of the Tuileries Garden from 1848 to 1852, was in charge of the construction of the Musée de l'Orangerie. At the beginning, the building was built to put inside the orange trees of the Tuileries Garden. But from 1878, exhibitions were already organized there. In 1909, the orange trees were permanently [...]

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