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Pavillon de l'Arsenal, Paris

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  • Always teaching for adults who are interested in the development of the city. Visited last Sunday. Enjoy it quietly. Since the last time I went there was an effort of updating of the latest projects on the greater Paris. Return in two or three years.
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  • The concept of this exhibition I liked but when I was a little disappointed because it is headed for architecture experts, with concepts that we can't seem to follow if we're not in the middle. An exhibition of photos of Paris since time medieval interesting but not highlighted.
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  • Expo Haussmann: an expo for experts (planners / archis), very little didactic and not within the reach of everyone (still less than my 12 twins, all taken specifically to raise awareness of the outstanding work of Mr. Haussmann). In addition, no word on underground sanitation work carried out at this time and almost nothing on green spaces. The only broadcast video is in a cramped unsuitable (), with a hardly audible sound and much too long, which fixed the spectators for a long time. A pauper scenography... be it free doesn't change anything. We can't wait another expo in Paris, more popularizer, and all public!
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  • This is a really small museum where you will know more about the si story of Paris. Currently there is an exhibition about the islands of the seine river. There are also some tables and chairs for people to chill or eat, you can come with your food, they don't sell any.
  • This is one of my favourite museums in Paris. It tells the history of Paris, the city. It starts with Paris during roman times and move right up to the Grand Paris project. It is fascinating to see how the urban morphology of Paris changed over time. It is free to enter and often has other special exhibits that are interesting.
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  • Free and really interesting, a must see if you are interested in Paris'History.
  • Considering there is no admission fee, the exhibit talking about skyscrapers on the 2nd floor (1er etage) is pretty informative and has some nice models. Also, there is English next to the French text on 1st and 2nd floors. The first floor is very dark unfortunately and strains the eyes. If you are interested in architecture, you could spend at least an hour or perhaps two here.