Civic Centres in Paris

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Civic Centres in Paris

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  • Appy33
    Bordeaux, France49 contributions
    The exhibition was good but not very good. There were too many visitors and I don't know why we had to chose a specific time slot as they let you through at any time. My biggest deception was the fact that the famous funeral mask, that appears on all the posters, is not even in the exhibition. It is worth visiting but bear in mind that there are a lot of people and those with audio guides tend to stand in front of the exibits for rather a long time. There is a shop at the end but nearly everything was expensive bling junk.
    Written 12 August 2019
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  • Soehail Braakman
    London, UK684 contributions
    This Swedish insitute is a really peace-haven in the hearth of the Marais, Wish i did not write about it actually. It have this really nice located garden thats quite popular and also really open to the public with an interesting childeren-kindergarden spot where parents can play with their childeren the swedish way (with books) and also i really love the events that are here for free! Really good. Go!
    Written 1 July 2018
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  • Thomas V
    Oakland, CA13,416 contributions
    The new museum devoted to mode is here and you can enjoy some good expos. And there is a great restaurant and bar, all with splendid views of the river in this rapidly developing and changing corner of Paris. Exciting and youthful.
    Written 31 July 2018
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  • Yona S
    Haifa, Israel409 contributions
    We came with high expectations and were rather disappointed. Such a great artist who produced such a huge collection and here it is a very small show, few works and some very small and cleverly displayed. For me it was disappointing to see only a very small show befitting a small gallery and not a foundation such a the Gulbenkian. Yona S
    Written 6 October 2018
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  • Filippo S
    Locarno, Switzerland89 contributions
    We were to visit the center on 15.5.19 because we had seen the billboard on the exhibition "Magic Yunnan". We walked through the exhibition rooms and at the end a master of ceremonies made us attend (there were 4 of us) before a tea ceremony and immediately after an incense ceremony. Although we were in China last year these two ceremonies were much better done because they were not aimed at the sale of products. In the end they gave us a handmade handbag with tea cakes inside. When we arrived in Switzerland we tried the tea: exceptional, it is probably tea pu'er, fermented and aged because it is delicious and can be trimmed over and over again. Thank you very much. Since the center was not present on tripadvisor we created it.
    Written 23 May 2019
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  • Rob H
    Toronto, Canada318 contributions
    The new Embassy/cultural centre is a beautiful, understated renovation that exudes Canadian elements in a Paris environment. The interior spaces flow very well and the curated exhibits are always interesting. We attended a documentary recognizing the anniversary of the end of WW2. Fascinating found film of the Warsaw Ghetto. The theatre is very comfortable with wonderful acoustics. The embassy has combined office space in the new building. Efficient use and combination of government services and cultural focal point. Well done, Canada.
    Written 24 February 2020
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