The Jimei Museum in Paris is a museum of Asian cultural relics in France. It contains more than 20,000 pieces of Chinese cultural relics, among which Bercy and Dunhuang cultural relics brought back to France are the essence. In fact, it's not good to visit here. The things of the old ancestors were stolen because of the sadness of history. They were really shocked and sad.
The Jimei Museum in Paris, France, was officially established in 1889 by the Lyon industrialist Emile & Gemmey in Paris, located in the 16th District. It mainly exhibits the religious and cultural museums of Egypt, ancient Rome, Greece, China and other Asian countries. The porcelain in the museum ranges from the earliest primitive porcelain in China to the blue and white and multicoloured porcelain in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Most of them are high-quality products. They are a good place to learn.
Although the pavilion is not big enough, it still takes three or four hours to look carefully. The special exhibition on the first floor needs additional tickets. When I went there, I was holding a photo exhibition of Barrenwood Jingwei. The first one is the stone statues of Khmer and India, and the second one is the collections of China, Korea, Japan and Korea. Japanese Ukiyoshi Painting on Exhibition
Museums near the Eiffel Tower contain collections from all over Asia. The museums in Paris are really the top in the world. Although the Jimei Museum is not very well-known, its collection is no inferior to that of provincial or national museums in other countries. It takes more than two hours to walk around. There are also many Chinese collections here.
Going to this museum is a completely unplanned trip. Come out of the Arc de Triomphe and walk to the Eiffel Tower. When you are a little tired, you just see the museum. When you ask at the entrance, you can use the Museum Pass in your hand and gladly enter. It should be said that this museum collecting Asian cultural relics is much better than I thought, especially the collection from Cambodia. I went to Angkor Wat six years ago. The Buddha statues there are old and dark. So when I saw this huge, complete, clean and ivory-white four-sided Buddha, the first feeling is the modern imitation, but I just looked closely before I started. Now it turned out to be genuine, but the repair process is very superb. Jimei also has a large collection of Chinese cultural relics, mainly Dunhuang murals, Buddha statues and some calligraphy and paintings in the grottoes. It is said that most of them were stolen from China by the Allied Forces of the Eight Powers, but I have not seen any particularly heavy collections. Besides, there are also some cultural relics in India and Japan. There is an Asian restaurant on the negative floor, mainly French Vietnamese food. It tastes good and the price is fair.
Under the powerful halo of many museums in Paris, Jimei Museum is a relatively neglected small museum. And my trip to the Paris Museum was for my first two trips. One was Cambodia in 2009 and the other was Egypt at the beginning of this year. France has participated in the maintenance of many temples in Cambodia, so there will be no shortage of cultural relics during the Khmer period in Paris. Jimei is the master of Oriental cultural relics. Here, you can see Cambodia, India, Japan, Korea, Mongolia, and of course, Chinese cultural relics. Out of Lena, the subway station marks the exit direction of the Guimet Museum, which is the museum as soon as it leaves. Paris Museum Free Day on the first Sunday of June saves 7.5 Euros.
Jimei Museum is a famous museum in Paris as well as in France. The museum is quite large and contains many kinds of art treasures. It takes about two hours if you go shopping fast. It is a good experience for tourists who are looking forward to learning about French culture and history.