As a Brit we seem to have a natural aversion to the European Commission and Parliament certainly stirred up by certain elements of he British press with their stories about bananas being too straight or too curved.
This is a free exhibition and well worth at least a couple of hours of your time that might just progress into a longer visit as you contemplate some of the displays and information.
Of particular interest were the stories about some of the first Europeans to propose a union including Churchill ( strangely quoted on the French exhibit) and free thinkers from a variety of Countries such as Hungary, Netherlands and Denmark.
Not necessarily everyone's cup of tea but certainly something you could consider especially if its cold and rainy outside.
There's a reasonable cafe downstairs with copies of daily newspapers from around the Union including the Times and Guardian from the Uk.
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