After the parks and the gardens, the terraces of restaurants and bars, the culture continues its déconfinement in Paris. As we know, the reopening of more than a hundred museums, sites and monuments managed by the Centre des Monuments nationaux (CMN) in France, the Arc de triomphe to the abbey of Mont-Saint-Michel, is spread out between the beginning of June and mid-July, said its president, Philippe Bélaval last may 12.read also : The Centre des monuments nationaux is a re-opening on June 15
June 15 is, therefore, an important day because the teams in the SPC are reopening to the public, and in particular with those of five major symbolic monuments, such as the Arc de Triomphe, the Conciergerie, the Pantheon, the Castle of Vincennes and the Palais de Tokyo...1) The arc of TriompheSymbole of national unity, the Arc de triomphe, the re-opening of the Arc de Triomphe is a bit of the symbol. Like a scent of the renaissance for France after the terrible health crisis-crossed by the French. Kenzo TRIBOUILLARD / AFP
Symbol of national unity, the Arc de triomphe was regularly the meeting point of major historical events (return of the Ashes of Napoleon 1st, the funeral of Victor Hugo...). Place of memory and homage to soldiers fallen for France, it houses the body of the unknown soldier, and each day at 18: 30 veterans rekindle the Flame of remembrance. To be able to re-enter is a bit of the symbol. Like a scent of the renaissance for France after the terrible health crisis-crossed by the French. The Arc de Triomphe, which usually houses 4000 people every day, will not allow entry to a thousand visitors.
Place Charles de Gaulle (17th).2) The ConciergeriePour his déconfinement, the Concierge announces a re-opening with new opening and closing : every day from 10h30 to 18h30. LOIC VENANCE / AFP
medieval Residence of the Kings of France became a prison during the Revolution, the history of the building tells the History of France. Philipe Auguste installs the seat of power capetian and then Saint-Louis built the Sainte-Chapelle a gem of gothic architecture. Last prison of Marie Antoinette before the guillotine, the Conciergerie later became the Palace of Justice. Located on the Ile de la Cité, the Conciergerie remains a high place of order and authority.
For its déconfinement, the Concierge announces a re-opening with new opening and closing : every day from 10h30 to 18h30. The ticket purchase online is strongly recommended on the E-ticket of the Centre of national monuments.
The Concierge. 2, boulevard du Palais (1st).3) The PanthéonLe temple of the Republic houses the tombs of great men and women of the Nation to reopen these doors this Monday, 15 June. BERTRAND GUAY / AFP
The temple of the Republic houses the tombs of great men and women of the Nation to reopen these doors this Monday, 15 June. Through the great figures who are buried in the crypt (Voltaire, Victor Hugo, Émile Zola, Marie Curie, or Simone Veil) it revisits all the great causes that have built the France. The public will also have access to the dome with a panoramic view of 360 degrees on the capital, to understand the Foucault pendulum (the experience which proves the rotation of the Earth) and admire the scale model of the monument at a scale of 1/25th carried out by Rondelet.
The Pantheon. Place du Panthéon (5th).4) The castle of VincennesLe dungeon of the Vincennes castle will reopen its doors on Monday 15 June. MARTIN BUREAU / AFP
hunting castle in the 12th century, founded by the rulers of the capetians the château de Vincennes became a royal residence fortified with the construction of the dungeon. Louis XIV spent part of his childhood and Napoleon transforms it into the great arsenal. The building was also a prison during the Revolution with inmates famous as Mirabeau, Diderot, Sade... In this Monday, June 15, the dungeon of the château de Vincennes re-opens its doors to the public from 10am.
Château de Vincennes. Avenue de Paris, Vincennes (94).5) The Palace of TokyoAprès three-month closure, the museum of the hill of Chaillot, opposite the Eiffel Tower, re-opened its doors and its vast exhibition spaces, as well as its library. The Palais de Tokyo.
Monday, June 15, the museum of the Palais de Tokyo reopens its doors with several exhibitions, as rich as grandiloquentes, extended until 13 September, as well as a new mural by Futura 2000, the graffiti artist star american. After three months of closure, the museum of the hill of Chaillot, opposite the Eiffel Tower, re-opened its doors and its vast exhibition spaces, as well as its library. Good news for lovers of contemporary art, private of Centre Pompidou (re-opening planned for July 1st), and other institutions dedicated to the art of living, in spite of the online programs have fueled the networks during the confinement. Of course, wearing a mask in the grounds of the museum is mandatory. The gel is also made available to visitors.
Palais de Tokyo. 13, avenue du President Wilson (16th).The editorial team conseilleLe Palais de Tokyo, wide open on the art contemporainMonuments national : "We'll do the openings storied and not a single blow," SujetsLa ConciergerieLe PanthéonChâteau of VincennesPalais of TokyoArc of triompheCentre monuments nationaux3 commentairesASTYANAX68le 15/06/2020 18:46
The pantheon it is dangerous to open it without put crs inside...Hérétiquele 15/06/2020 18:16
It was necessary to add to the great historical monuments the sites of attack to the heads of state and subsequent executions of the assailants. All sis under an open sky.Moniteur64le 15/06/2020 14:54
Chic! The black blocks -not the yellow vests - are going to be able to come back!Read the 3 comments