Located since 1808 in the imposing Hôtel de Soubise, the Archives Nationales (National Archives) contain original ... More
National Archives (Archives Nationales)
Located since 1808 in the imposing Hôtel de Soubise, the Archives Nationales (National Archives) contain original documents illustrating France's history and evolution. Its most rare collections, which are not directly accessible to the public, are presented in turn during temporary exhibitions. The site itself is of great historical significance - it was here that Bolingbroke (the future king Henry V) gave a farewell banquet in 1399 before leaving for England.
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 ...
Palais Bourbon in Paris is home to the French National Assembly. It is a beautiful historic building with Renaissance architecture.
It was formerly a palace constructed for the daughter of Louis XIV. This beautiful structure was designed by Lorenzo ...
This Museum is charged with the substantial task of conserving and presenting a national collection relating to the history, art,
and culture of immigration in France. Recognizing the work of immigrants as molding the reality of French society, the ...