Maison Natale de Charles de Gaulle
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Maison Natale de Charles de Gaulle information
The upper-middle-class house in which Charles de Gaulle was born in 1890 is now a museum presenting the French leader in the context of his times, with an emphasis on his connection to French Flanders. Displays include de Gaulle's dainty baptismal robe and some evocative newsreels.