In its two theaters - one large, the other small - the Palais des Glaces (Palace of Mirrors) features two shows, often two ... More
Palais des Glaces
In its two theaters - one large, the other small - the Palais des Glaces (Palace of Mirrors) features two shows, often two comics, simultaneously, and sometimes shows for children. Big laughs in a great old theater. A long time ago, the place's walls were covered with mirrors, which gave its name to this theater, which used to be a cinema at first.
Musee National de la Marine is devoted to the history of the French navy. Founded in 1827 on the initiative
of one of Charles X's sons, this place houses a unique collection. Located in the west wing of the ...
Also known as the Museum of Modern Art, this museum consists primarily of two sections. It has an unmatchable selection
of work from the early 20th Century. The impressive list of artists includes Vlaminck, Zadkine, Picasso and Braque. Check ...
This palace, whose size is simply stunning, was built by Brongniart at the request of Napoleon I in 1808. It
was home to the Stock Exchange from 1826 until the end of the 20th Century. The majestic neoclassical facade ...