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Dip into 1,200 m² of exhibition space dedicated to 3 stories in images.
Through his photographs, Jean-Gabriel Barthélémy reveals the strengths, weaknesses, and most secret corners of Notre-Dame de Paris before the fire on 15 April 2019. But also, the Palace of Versailles and rooms closed to the general public, as well as the vast Cité des 4000, nicknamed ‘Cité bleue’ – a symbol of the popular urbanism of France’s 5th Republic.
At the top of the Grande Arche on 7 January 2023, the works of Jean-Gabriel Barthélémy depict the traces of time and man.
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Crédits photos © Johan Otto von Spreckelsen, © DR
The reduced rate applies to children aged 3 to 18 inclusive. Access is free for children aged 0 to 3 years.
Open every day from 10am to 7pm
Last access at 6.30 pm.