The Musée Nissim de Camondo was opened in 1935 and houses an extensive collection of 18th century art and items. Take a peek into the former home life of an aristocratic French family of the 1700's as you admire idealistic studios, inviting libraries and stylish dining rooms. Explore the vast quantities of masterfully made silver tableware used by Russian tsars along with scultures, paintings and porcelain all from the time of aristocratic France. Over three stories, you will get the opportunity to explore French life from the kitchen to offices to bathrooms, all preserved in their original condition.
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