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Musee Clemenceau, Paris

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4.6/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web
The Musée Clemenceau is a house museum located in the 16th arrondissement at 8, rue Benjamin Franklin, Paris, France. It is open in the afternoons of Tuesday through Saturday, except in August; an admission fee is charged. The closest métro stations are Passy and Trocadéro.The museum preserves the apartment and garden of Georges Clemenceau (1841–1929), French statesman and writer, who lived there from 1895 until his death. The museum opened to the public in 1931, and preserves the apartment as it was on the day of his death. Its first floor exhibits many objects reflecting Clemenceau's life and work, including the famous coat and gaiters he wore during his visits to the front in World War I, as well as portraits, photos, books, newspapers, and manuscripts.
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  • 5 minutes of Trocadéro is the former apartment of Georges Clémenceau (the politician lived there the past 35 years of its existence). This place has become Museum in the aftermath of his death, immerses us in a world bathed in art (Japanese prints, Egyptian and Hellenistic art are waiting). Also, remember that this singular place has a pleasant garden... "The Tiger" shared with his great friend Claude Monet a passion for flowers!
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  • Guided tour very interesting and rewarding on the life of George CLEMENCEAU with very many facets. Did you know that he had been an opera? Discover in his confidential House.
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  • If you are interested in knowing the french history around the world war one than Musee Clemenceau is the place to go. 
  • The apartment where Clemenceau has spent his last decades has been perfectly preserved and is striking. It is well worth the visit. The exhibition upstairs would benefit many a redevelopment. Explanations are confusing, and the Organization leaves something to be desired.
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  • Small nice Museum. A piece of history.
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