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History and visit the Palais Bourbon in Paris The Palais Bourbon is located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris on the rue University and the Quai d'Orsay. This building is a historical monument. Its construction was carried out between 1722 and 1728. This monument was meant to be a mansion for Louise Françoise de Bourbon, daughter of Louis XIV. But it became the seat of the French National Assembly since 1879.
Several architects have contributed to the realization of this monument, Giardini, Cailleteau Pierre, Jean Aubert, and Jacques V Gabriel.
The Prince de Conde became the owner of the entire palace in 1770 and has made expansion. Work established by the Prince de Conde was completed in 1789. The palace became national property in 1790 and was called the house of the revolution. It is accommodated by architects and Lecomte Gisors in 1795 to be assigned to the Council of Five Hundred.
The famous facade of the Palais Bourbon was built by Poyet during the reign of Napoleon. The main facade is mainly composed of twelve Corinthian columns surmounted by a pediment carved carefully. Representations on the front changed according to the power. Currently, you can see a scene representing France, strength and justice made by Jean Pierre Cortot. The middle of the colonnade is an impressive gateway arch style. The sides of the palace and staircase are decorated with beautiful statues.
The interior of the Palais Bourbon is characterized by the presence of a library decorated by Delacroix on the theme of the history of civilization. Statues, painting ceilings, tables shape inside the building.
Shuttle Palais Bourbon in Paris
The Palais Bourbon is located at a distance of 19 km from Orly airport, 28 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 88 km from Beauvais Airport.