Palais Bourbon is the place where the National Assembly is held. It is a beautiful historic building with Renaissance ... More
French National Assemble (Palais Bourbon)
Palais Bourbon is the place where the National Assembly is held. It is a beautiful historic building with Renaissance architecture. It is also known as the maison de plaisance and it overlooks the river Seine. Hôtel de Lassay, next to this building is the official residence of the National Assembly's President. Palais Bourbon has a beautiful collection of Paintings, sculptures, medals and furniture. Guided tours for big groups can be organized.
Located in the heart of Paris on the Île de la Cite, the law courts occupy more than four hectares
(9.8 acres) of land. The building contains around 24 kilometers (15 miles) of hallways, 7000 doors and more than ...
Spread over a total of ten hectares, the Trocadero gardens stretch from the Palais de Chaillot to the Seine and
the Eiffel Tower . A pond surrounded by an array of stone and gilded bronze statues and fountains forms ...
The Palais' construction was commissioned in 1615 by princess regent Marie de Medicis, who bought the Duke of Luxembourg's private
mansion and entrusted architect Salomon de Brosse with its transformation into a royal palace. The inspiration for its Renaissance ...
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