Nissim de Camondo Museum ?

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One of the most sumptuous private homes from the early twentieth century in Paris.:

– In 1911, Moïse de Camondo, a rich banker, built a private mansion next to Parc Monceau, with architect René Sergent.
An exceptional collection of art objects of eighteenth-century.
– A tragic destiny:  bequeathed to Les Arts Décoratifs in honour of his son, Nissim de Camondo, killed in World War I, his property opened as a museum in 1935. His daughter Beatrice and her family were deported to Auschwitz where they died.

Address: 63, rue de Monceau, 75008.

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