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History and visit the Clemenceau Museum in Paris
The Clemenceau Museum is located on the Benjamin Franklin street in the 16th arrondissement of Paris city. It was opened in 1931 and is open to the public since that time. It is located in the apartment where Georges Clemenceau lived from 1895 until 1929. He spent much of his life in this house. The museum is listed as a historic monument since May 3, 1955.
The museum was Clemenceau habitat by it just after the affair of Panama during which he perdi his seat. It thus became a journalist and wrote for the Dreyfus Affair 665 items from 1899 to 1903. He resided in the apartment when he was Chairman of the Board, Head of Department of the army and the Ministry of Interior. He still lived in his apartment when he retired from political life in order to devote his time to his work. The building where his apartment was on sale and became the property of M.Bacon May 18, 1926. A foundation was created when Clemenceau died. Keep the apartment to its original condition when Clemenceau had lived for 34 years this foundation aimed. This museum is dedicated to the memory of the great man. A decree dated July 7, 1932 recognized this charitable foundation. The museum's collections are complemented in 1933 by setting up a documentation center on the life and works of Georges Clemenceau.
The apartment where Georges Clemenceau lived consists of a large room that opens onto the garden where he spent his life working. A large desk horseshoe built by a Parisian cabinetmaker is in this room. The play object showing the artistic taste of Clemenceau including books, photos, portraits, manuscripts, works of art is filled. The play also shows the trips that the owner has made throughout his life. The apartment has a quiet garden, a room with another office and a large dining room designed to accommodate members of his family and his friends.
The museum is served by several subway stations, including stations Passy and Trocadero. Several bus lines also provide access to the museum, the lines 22, 32, 63 and 72. A station Velib 'is located on the rue de Passy. It is open from Tuesday to Saturday audio guides in English and French are available during visits. Tapping audio guides are adjustable depending on the time available, but also the interests of the visitors. The entry in the museum Rates vary by age section.
In general, the museum takes an hour and a half time. It is also possible to visit the museum in a group, but only by appointment and must not exceed 20 adults including chaperones. The tour guides are available upon request they are paid by external organizers museum. For school visits, it can accommodate 40 people including teachers and guides. The museum has a library where visitors can buy postcards, portraits of Georges Clemenceau and his apartment, but mostly it works.
Transfer to the Clemenceau Museum in Paris
The Clemenceau Museum is at a distance of 22 km from Orly Airport, 30 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 86 km from the airport of Beauvais.