Great introduction to how a very successful french banker of the 19th century lived. The mansion is wonderful and has the finest staircase that I have seen. This alone is worth the admission (12 Euro). But let's not forget the art work. A wonderful collection including Van Dykes and Rembrants - and a fine Italian collection that really should not be missed. If you go early there is no crowd and we finished up with lunch in the cafe, which, though a bit of "ladies that lunch" crowd was a lot of fun.
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