Georges Clemenceau lived for thirty-five years until his death on November 24th, 1929 in a four-room apartment opening onto a garden with a view on the Eiffel Tower. After his death, a Foundation was established with the mission to perpetuate the personal memory of Clemenceau by maintaining the apartment in the exact state it was found in on the day of his death, and by collecting in the building all items or books likely to serve his memory. Clemenceau's curiosity for the the mind and for the arts is revealed to us through his books, his travel souvenirs, and his collection of curios. The first floor is dedicated to his life and work: portraits, books, newspapers and manuscripts, as well as the famous coat and the gaiters he wore while visiting the front lines of the First World War.
Conveniently located along the side of the historic Palais Royale, make your way inside this... Read more