Musée Nissim de Camondo
The Nissim de Camondo Museum, housed in a sumptuous mansion modelled on the Petit Trianon at Versailles, displays 18th-century...
If you belonged to the cream of Parisian society in the late 19th century, chances are you would have been invited to one of the...
Dating from the 1920s, this highly regarded hall hosts many of Paris’ finest classical-music recitals and concerts.
Alsatian specialities by this acclaimed boulanger-pâtissier include puffy pretzels, sweet or salted kougelhopf (marble cake), latticed...
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Musée Cernuschi information
The Cernuschi Museum comprises an excellent and rare collection of ancient Chinese art (funerary statues, bronzes, ceramics), much of which predates the Tang dynasty (618–907), in addition to diverse pieces from Japan. Milan banker and philanthropist Henri Cernuschi (1821–96), who settled in Paris before the unification of Italy, assembled the collection during a world tour from 1871–73.