On a cold April afternoon, wandering thru Marais and Place des Voges, I thought about the Maison de Victor Hugo mainly as a way to heat myself for a while. But it proved to be more than that: the house is well kept, and it tells you a lot about Victor Hugo's life, while you can imagine how did he and others lived on those Place des Vosges houses. You can feel the 19th century atmosphere walking by the different rooms, some of them showing the original furniture. There's also a small bookshop on the ground floor.
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