Pavillon de l'Ermitage, Paris

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  • In the 20th district, street Bagnolet, in the current "garden of the Hospice Debrousse", you will discover this "Pavillon de L'ermitage", the only remnant of the castle of Bagnolet. Built in the 17th century, this castle is bought in 1719 by the Duke of Orleans. His wife, daughter of King Louis XIV, stayed there. Between 1723 and 1727, she built three pavilions in the Park, so this style Regency, "Flag of the Hermitage". In 1769, twenty years after his death, the castle was demolished, only the "Pavillon de L'ermitage" has been spared. From 1887, the Hospice D'alquier Debrousse takes place on the field. This Pavilion is open to the public since 2005, afternoons from Thursday to Sunday, entry fee. Temporary exhibitions are also organised, to view the program. You can come by metro, line 3, station "Door of Bagnolet".
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  • I've tried so many times to see the inside of this historic building, but failed because it is open only on weekends. So this time I got in for a series of special expos where were OK but frankly not ...  more »
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  • Cool little neighborhood museum in a small, pretty park in the Charonne neighborhood on the outskirts of the Paris 20th Arrondissement. There is a small exhibit in the remaining portion of a 17th century "follie" (basically a 'small' country chateau where the nobility would escape from the city to) about the building's history, and various special exhibits. When I was there the two special exhibits were on Charonne's history, and the history of the horse based economy at the end of the 19th century. Very interesting. The main exhibit has an English translation, but the special exhibits did not, though the photos were still interesting, and it was possible to decipher some of the explanation. Its only 3 Euro's to visit so if you're in the area worth a stop. The Charonne neighborhood is very cute and retains many vestiges of the ancient village that was here before being absorbed by Paris in 1860
  • I loved it, I did not expect such a marvel in a place as discreet.
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