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The Grand Palais is one of the most emblematic landmarks of the Parisian Capital. It was built for the Universal Expo in 1900 and has graced the city with its iconic glass rooftop ever since. Today it... Read More
The Grand Palais is one of the most emblematic landmarks of the Parisian Capital. It was built for the Universal Expo in 1900 and has graced the city with its iconic glass rooftop ever since. Today it has multi-functions, part event space - it is a Chanel favorite for their Pairis Fashion Week catwalks - and part museum. Only the biggest and grandest exhibits are mounted here, such as for Elizabeth Vigée Lebrun, Toulouse-Lautrec, Picasso, Hopper and Miro. The boutiques here offer the most unique, handcrafted gifts that are truly one-of-a-kind, or at least limited editions. It is made up of three distinct areas: La Nef, the National Galeries, and the Palais Decouverte (which is listed separately since it is considered a separate musuem). Since 2000 it has been classified as an historical monument and is widely held as a neo-classic architectural masterpiece. At any given time of the year the vast event space (2700 square meters) hosts salons like Paris Photo, Fiac! (an art trade event), Art Paris and during the winter holiday, from December to beginning January, it is an ice skating rink.
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