if you like a unified architectural style, you'll love this place! Aside from the actual buildings on the site, the museum gives you an insight into the creative genius of Ledoux, the architect, who was 200 or so years ahead of his time. Surprisingly, many of his thoughts foreshadow the pavilions at the 1938 NYC World's Fair.
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