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Pavillon des Indes, Courbevoie

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  • The somewhat exotic building was originally commissioned for the 1878 World Fair. It has been moved from its original address... and has been rebuilt and recognised as a national historic monument. Th...  more »
  • A structure with precious wood and gold motifs will give you a feel of an Indian Palace. The Pavillon des Indes is located at the entrance of the park of Bécon with historic significance. In the Pavil...  more »
  • Expectations may have been to high, but the exhibition contains very few pieces and I would not call it art, even modern. No explanations provided to try to take the visitor into the "artist" 's appro...  more »
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  • A structure with precious wood and gold motifs will give you a feel of an Indian Palace. The Pavillon des Indes is located at the entrance of the park of Bécon with historic significance. In the Pavillon des Indes museum there is a permanent exhibition as well as an accommodation for an artist in residence. The Indian Pavilion was designed by the English architect Caspar Purdon Clarke for the Prince of Wales (future King of England Edward VII).
  • Visit interesting although fast and little explanation
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