The Paris Medal Museum houses the Medals of Honor from various periods in French history. Each one has its extraordinary significance and the workmanship is very exquisite. There are also many introductions to the medal-related recipients, which are very detailed and worthy of your visit.
In a museum in the Military Academy, first of all, it is a very solemn place. It records the glorious history of France. You can learn a lot of knowledge that is not available in books, and the museum itself is very beautiful.
Museum of the Legion of Honor and the Knights of Honor. On the banks of the Seine in Paris. The Palace of the Legion of Honor, where the museum is located, is also called the Salm House. It was built in 1782 by the architect Pierre Roseau for Prince Frederick III of Salm-Gilburg. It became the headquarters of the Legion of Honor in 1804. It was burnt down in the Paris Commune Revolution in 1871, and later rebuilt by members of the Legion. As the only known medal museum in the world, the museum was formally established in 1925. In addition to collecting all kinds of French medals from Louis XI to the present, it also has a collection of tens of thousands of medals from all over the world, including many orphans. It is worth mentioning that among the top collection posters displayed on the outer wall of the Legion of Honor Museum, there is the Ssangyong Baoxing Medal, and there are two showcases in the museum displaying dozens of Chinese medals of various periods. Undoubtedly, the museum is a place that every uniform badge enthusiast and researcher yearns for. The Order of the French Legion of Honor is the highest honor of the Knights of the Order awarded by the French government. It was established by Napoleon in 1802 to replace the noble system of the old dynasty. It is the highest honor awarded by the French government and a symbol of French military and civilian honor. It is also the world One of the most famous medals. Due to changes in the times, it is now more appropriate to translate it as "French Medal of Honor." The ribbon of the medal is red, and it is selected in January (New Year's Day), April (Easter) and July (French National Day). The Legion of Honor is an honorary organization that includes soldiers and civilians who have made outstanding contributions to the French Republic; and the Legion of Honor is a symbol of the glory and reputation of its members.
Opposite the Musée d’Orsay there is a museum of the Legion of Honor and the Knights of Honor. Thousands of medals of different periods are collected in it, which is eye-opening. It is the first time to see so many medals.
This museum is quite a surprise. There are many beautiful medal designs in it. There are many beautiful medals in it. They span France for centuries. It can be regarded as part of the history of France. The building of the museum is also very beautiful.