This museum is the hotel of the Camondo family, full of all their personal history, all the art they loved, furnitures, paintings, sculptures. Even the stairwells and tile floors are to die for. The place speaks of jewish diaspora life, and then death during WWII-a horrific chapter. This is out of the main touristic spots and their crowds, but so much more meaningful then the Eiffel Tower or Arc de Triumph.
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