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National Archives in Hotel de Soubise, Paris

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4.6/5 based on 75 reviews on the web
A grand mansion in Paris's third arrondissement built for the Prince and Princess of Soubise now houses National Archives in Hotel de Soubise. The archives museum features significant government documents, as well as changing exhibits. Visit the iron chest, home to all versions of the French constitution from the original of 1791 to the present day. Browse French government materials and international documents detailing France's foreign relations. The building itself is worth a trip to view both the Rococo-style interior and the well-manicured gardens outside the Baroque mansion. Make National Archives in Hotel de Soubise a part of your Paris vacation plans using our Paris travel itinerary planner.
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  • It's a garden hidden, unknown to the general public. It is reached by the 60 the Archives 3rd Paris Street. There is an old part along 5 mansions, and a recent party. A haven of peace in the heart of Paris
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  • In the first room in Palace Soubise we found some interesting fascimile of historical documents. After a number of rooms with bedroom, sitting room and so the Princess de Soubise. It was fairly quiet on the maandagmuddag. Beautiful building to by walking.
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  • Currently, the "archives", there is an interesting exhibition "of travellers to the field test" this museum is a wonderful and unique place by any of the documentation submitted and the beautiful rooms of the 1st floor...
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