The Paris Market (Les Halles), celebrated boulevards of the City of Light, circus and carnival, cinema, café-concerts and music halls, parks and gardens, theater, Salons d’artistes, the Alma pavilion, and the world’s fairs… the Chat noir, the Moulin rouge... Georges Méliès, Fratellini’s Brothers, Sarah Bernhardt, Toulouse-Lautrec… close to 250 artifacts and works of art testifying to the creative ferment of Paris in the Belle Époque. Come and find out how Paris became the European cultural capital of its time, as you discover the iconic people, events, and places that epitomize those remarkable days. A wondrous journey through time and space in an enthralling ambiance and evocative décor!
A Musée de la civilisation production under the artistic direction of Cirque Éloize’s Jeannot Painchaud.
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