The former residence of Hugo is located on the Place des Vosges. The environment here is very good. Hugo has lived here for more than ten years and can see the lawn downstairs every day. Now this house has become a museum with few furnishings and wide space.
It was a bit difficult to find at the beginning. In the Place des Vosges, people may think of Hugo when they are basking in the square. The architecture is very beautiful and the place is very literary and artistic. The master was more restrained and elegant in his life.
The Hugo House Museum is located at No.6 Place des Vosges in the center of Paris, where Hugo lived from 1832-1848. In 1902, on the occasion of Hugo’s 100th birthday, the Paris City Government transformed this apartment into a Hugo House Museum. It displays furniture that Hugo used during his lifetime, as well as Hugo's paintings, poems, books, manuscripts and other items.
The former residence of Victor Hugo in Paris is the place where the most famous French writer Hugo lived and worked. The orange here retains the appearance of Hugo when he was alive, and there are scenes depicting Hugo's works on the first floor, which are very delicate, as if everyone is immersed in the content of the novel.
Friends who like literary masterpieces can visit the former residence of Hugo in the center of Paris. The former residence is located at the corner of the Place des Vosges, with an area of 280 square meters. The former residence displays many of Hugo's relics during his lifetime, and the furnishings of the former residence are restored as much as possible to give visitors a portrayal of Hugo's life at that time. Among the exhibits are Rodin's sculptures for Hugo, Dumas's signature, Chinese lacquerware and porcelain (Hugo likes some Chinese elements). Free tickets. 5 euros / electronic commentator.
Not big but very exquisite. I have been there 2 times and I find different things every time. I am particularly impressed. I met a group of children in an apartment decorated with oriental paintings. That’s right. That room uses a lot of China and Japan. The porcelain and accessories are very beautifully decorated and worth seeing.