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    Musée des Belles Lettres, Paris, France


    par lisafalour

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    Videos are permitted here, as are photos taken without flash. This museum is at 222, Boulevard Saint Germain in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, France. I paid seven euros to get in and it was well worth it. There are many things here in the permanent and temporary collections and you could easily pass several hours here. It is in a central part of Paris so there is plenty to do and see right around the museum, also.

    This clip shows some works by Dufy, Picabia, Orson Welles, Renoir, Cocteau, Le Marquis de Sade, Diderot, Molière and Mondrian. There are objects in connection with the sciences, rare religious documents, letters, manuscripts, photos -- so many things here. The place is comfortable, attractive, and set up in a very engaging way. Upstairs, I saw a large exhibit dedicated to the famous Landru criminal case.

    copyright 2013 Lisa B. Falour, B.S., M.B.A.
    Some of my artwork and writing will appear again in FREAK WAVE.
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