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Introduce you of the 10 most unusual museums we see in Paris!
- Museum of letters and manuscripts in Paris (Musée des Lettres et Manuscrits de Paris)
In the heart of Saint-German, in the 1608 building house, the museum of literature and manuscripts opens to their visitors real treasures: letters and documents signed by people who have entered history.
Address: 222, boulevard Saint-Germain
Open: Tuesday afternoon from 10 to 18 hours, Thursday evening events until 8 p.m.
Adults: 7 me, discounts: 5 me, free for children under 12 years of age.
- Paris Mosque (Musée du Vin de Paris)
The wine museum in the old medieval block shows the richness and diversity of the French heritage. The exhibition provides tools and exhibits related to work on vineyards. There's a wine tasting... ♪
Address: Rue des Eaux - 5, square Charles Dickens (Metro: Passy)
Open: Tuesday to Sunday from 10 to 18 hours (lrestoran open from Tuesday to Saturday from 12 to 15 hours)
Value: Adult 11, 90 I (for free children under 14 years)
- Bible and Holy Earth museum in Paris (Musée Bible et Terre Sainte de Paris)
The Bible and Holy Land Association has a very rich collection of Canon and Starck Abbey, enriched by many gifts. The Museum was organized in 1969 by Bishop Haubtmann, Rector of the Catholic Institute. It's a small museum at the Catholic Institute of Paris, in the courtyard, on the left of the faculty of speaker art, on the first floor.
Address: Institut Catholique 21, rue d'Assas (Metro: Saint-Placide )
It's open on Saturdays from 16 to 18 hours. Advance entry
- Paris (Les Catacombes de Paris)
Catacombs appeared at the end of the eighteenth century. Today, it is estimated that between six million and eight million Parisians have visited sclepas and secret passages. French capitals♪