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The Dosne-Thiers hotel was the place of residence of Adolphe Thiers and his wife, Élise Dosne.
Located on Place Saint-Georges in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, the building was destroyed by the Paris Commune in May 1871. After suppressing the insurrection, Adolphe Thiers, then President of the Third Republic, had his hotel rebuilt. It then took on its current appearance, with facades evoking the Louis the XVIth style and rich interiors reflecting the inhabitants taste for eclecticism.

The large living rooms on the ground floor have been preserved in their magnificent original state, now commonly used for receptions and private events. The first-floor rooms house meeting rooms and a beautiful library salon.

Mr. Thiers’s personal rooms are preserved into a small museum with original furniture and personal objects. If his legacy is controversial, he nevertheless bequeathed his belongings and fortune to the institute of France in order to favor the creation of a library.

The second floor is dedicated to a library specialized in 19th century France for social, military and politics.

The meeting point is outside Saint Georges métro station (line 12) at 10:30 PAM


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