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Château de Malmaison

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June 22, 2018
Although you’ll be instinctively looking towards Paris for sightseeing, there’s also lots to see in the western outskirts. If the traffic is quiet you can reach this outstanding Imperial palace in around ten minutes. For a time at the start of the 19th century the château even shared the seat of the…
May 11, 2016
Nice exhibitions at Rueil for free
January 30, 2019
Situé à 6 km de la villa, le château de Bois-Préau est un château français du xixe siècle situé dans la commune de Rueil-Malmaison dans le département des Hauts-de-Seine et la région d'Île-de-France. Il abrite depuis 1958 un musée national, annexe de celui de Malmaison, consacré à la captivité et à…
January 05, 2019
lire , boir un coup et se connecter
July 26, 2018
C'était le lieu de résidence de Joséphine de Beauharnais et de Bonaparte (Napoléon) pendant toute la période du directoire.

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“A forgotten fragment of Paris history, the venue for this museum is the wooden pavilion built by Norway and Sweden for the Exposition Universelle in 1878. It’s a fusion of the old and new, because it’s in a traditional Scandinavian-style house, while also standing as an early piece of prefab architecture. The permanent displays inside are mostly from the time that the pavilion was built. And as the museum’s name suggests these entail paintings by Ferdinand Roybet and Consuelo Fould. On top of that there are paintings and sculptures by Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, and lots of riveting little curios from the 19th century, like toys, dolls, postcards and posters.”
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“By car or metro you won’t need more than a few minutes to get to this attraction on the northern cusp of the Bois de Boulogne. This is music to children’s ears as they’ll be treated to rollercoasters, fairground rides, a miniature train, mini golf and animal attractions. The Jardin d’Acclimatation was opened by Napoleon III in 1860 and still has an traditional air about it: There are landscaped gardens, many of the buildings go back to the 19th century and a lot of the entertainment is old-school and innocent, so think pony rides and puppet shows. ”
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“Cheap restaurants: The rue Saint-Anne has a reputation for good Japanese restaurants. The Yasube is no exception and offers traditional cuisine in a zen and simple decor. The classics of Japanese cuisine await you: bento, tempura, skewers, grills, sushi ... In the evening, the scenery is complete with the opportunity to dine on Japanese tatami mats.”
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“Also from the Exposition Universelle in 1878 is the Pavillon des Indes. This enchanting pavilion was actually commissioned by the future Edward VII, then the Prince of Wales, to represent British India at the exhibition. As with the Musée Roybet Fould pavilion it was originally set on the Champ de Mars in front of the Military Academy. They were both transferred to Corbevoie’s Parc de Bécon in the 1880s where the Pavilion des Indes remains protected as a “monument historique”. After falling into disrepair the pavilion was restored in 2013 and reopened as an atelier and gallery for emerging young artists, together with a small exhibition about Courbevoie during the Third Republic”
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Rueil-Malmaison, Île-de-France 92500
Teléfono01 47 32 65 65
Estado según horario de aperturaCerrado · Abre a las Monday 1:30 PM