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Private Mansion Mezzara

Monument in Paris

Located in the 16th district of Paris, the Mezzara mansion is a listed building. An Art Nouveau building designed by Hector Guimard in the early 20th century, it was owned by Paul Mezzara, a famous lace designer.

The first and second levels in the interior are arranged around a large hall with an impressive glass roof, and you can still admire the original furniture in the old dining room.

Today owned by the Ministry of National Education, it is occasionally open to the public during exceptional exhibitions.

Other monuments nearby

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Door of Porte d'AuteuilParis
Church Saint-Christophe-de-JavelParis
Castle of La MuetteParis
Bridge of Bir-HakeimParis
Palace of ChaillotParis
Bridge of IénaParis
House of Joseph BernardBoulogne-Billancourt (1.2 mi)


Saturday 11 july
Min. 12°C - Max. 25°C
Sunday 12 july
Min. 13°C - Max. 26°C
Monday 13 july
Min. 14°C - Max. 28°C

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