This is an usual house museum established by a wealthy Turkish Jewish family that emigrated to Paris in the 19th cent. Fascinating story, great collection and exquisite setting overlooking Parc Monceau yet ending tragically for the family in WWII. Just getting to Parc Monceau and seeing the house's relationship w/ that 19th century planned residential open space is rewarding.
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