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L'Assemblee Nationale, Paris

Formerely the Palais Bourbon, this building has housed the National Assembly, the French parliament's lower house, since 1827.

Formerely the Palais Bourbon, this building has housed the National Assembly, the French parliament's lower house, since 1827. Some interesting architecture and the library features the painting l'Histoire de la civilization by Delacroix. Visitors may be interested in attending assembly debates.


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About L'Assemblee Nationale

 126 Rue de l'Université, 75355 Paris, France

 +33 1 40 63 60 00

 www.assemblee-nationale.fr

L'Assemblee Nationale and Nearby Sights on Map

Musee de l'Orangerie

Recently reopened after extensive renovations, this small museum near the Louvre houses the Jean Walter and Paul Guillaume Collection, sold to the French Republic on very generous terms and displaying 143 paintings from the late 19th century and the first half of the 20th century (15 Cézannes, 24 Renoirs, 10 Matisses, 12 Picassos, 28 Derains, 22 Soutines)

Place de la Concorde

The Place de la Concorde is the largest square in Paris, with an area of 8

Pont Alexandre III

Petit Palais

Seine River

The Seine River is the lifeline of Paris

Eglise de la Madeleine

One of the best-known and most beautiful churches in Paris, in the guise of a Corinthian order Classical temple

Jeu de Paume

Built during the First Empire, in imitation of the Orangerie this small building is used by the Galerie Nationale to mount shows dedicated to lesser known, but nonetheless interesting artists, or (sometimes) the lesser known works of the Great Masters

Musee d'Orsay

Housed in a former Beaux-Arts railway station (completed in 1900 for the Exposition Universelle, later saved from demolition and converted to its present use), the rambling, open-plan museum is home to the works of the great artists of the 19th century (1848-1914) - Impressionists, post-Impressionists, and the rest - that were formerly displayed in the Louvre

Musee Rodin

A museum dedicated to the life and work of the great sculptor

Jardin des Tuileries

Originally adjoining the now-disappeared royal palace of the Tuileries, these gardens lying immediately west of the Louvre offer a central open space for Parisians and visitors with semi-formal gardens (an outdoor gallery for modern sculpture), various cafés, ice-cream and crépe stalls and a summer fun fair