George Clemenceau lived in this apartment for 35 years, and the bedroom in which he died is kept exactly as it was. Clemenceau was mayor of the Paris Commune, a talented journalist, a radical politician and twice the Prime Minister of France, the second time during WWI. The museum is on the upper floor and the living quarters are on the ground floor. It is not easy to find and only open in the afternoon, so check the website before you go. There is an audio guide in English as part of the entrance fee--very informative as well as English signage in many of the cases and displays. The staff person does not speak much English. This is not a criticism but a warning to travelers who always expect to be understood in English.
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