According to the self-guided audio tour, this mansion owned by the Jacquemarts in the 19th century, was described as an upper middle-class mansion. I would like to see how the upper class lived. This couple had no children and loved art. They took trips annually and collected from all over Europe. The mansion, rooms, decor and unbelievable art were amazing. This is a wonderful half-day visit with tea and sweets at the end.
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