The Hotel de Sully was originally private. After it was built by a financier in 1630, it was chosen as the passage to the Place des Vosges. After several transfers, it was listed as a historical monument in France in 1862 and became a state-owned property in 1944. Louis XIII style.
In addition to visiting Hugo’s former residence and Hôtel de Sully near the Place des Vosges, it is to walk slowly along the ancient Francs Bourgeois road. There are many official residences here, which are mostly used as museums, mostly for free. After visiting the museum, sit in the back garden of the mansion for a cup of coffee or a pot of hot tea. The spring breeze was blowing, and it was so quiet that only the occasional bird singing was heard. Quiet places can be found everywhere in noisy places. The Shuli House is also a quiet place around the Place des Vosges. Most people are familiar with his ancient bookstore, and I love his little garden which is separated from the Place des Vosges, and the creeper behind the marmot sculpture, that is the famous bird paradise . Sitting in the garden and watching the birds fly in and out, they are free, and the heart also flies.
Very aristocratic house, the house is similar to the Louvre roof, classic French style.
Completed in the 17th century, the antique Hôtel de Sully was once a private residence in the style of Louis XIII. It is now the seat of the National Monuments Center (Centredesmonumentsnationaux). As an important cultural institution in France, the function of the Antiquities Center is to discover, research and protect the ancient cultural relics found in France. Very important historical relics are preserved here. There is also a branch of the National Tennis Court Modern Art Museum. Opening hours Monday to Thursday 9:00-12:45, 14:00-18:00, Friday 9:00-12:45, 14:00-17:00. Take the subway line M1 and get off at São Paulo station.
Because there are too many such palaces, I don’t know how to evaluate it anymore