Palais du Roure, Avignon

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#9 of 12 in Museums in Avignon
History Museum · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
The Palais du Roure is a listed hôtel particulier in Avignon, France. It belonged to the Baroncelli family until it was purchased by author Jeanne de Flandreysy in 1918. It has been listed as an official historical monument since 19 November 1941.
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  • Passing by this building is worth stopping for few minutes to admire it's architecture and read the touristic plaque in front of it.  more »
  • Very nice small museum in a beautiful old historical house in Avignon, which is giving a good idea of the typical 'provencal" private houses in the past centuries, and the visit is free  more »
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  • Excellent free historical site of one of the City's socialites making major contributions to the sciences. A great time capsule of a past era. Well worth the visit.
  • We took the extended tour to the upper floors. Our guide took us through one locked door after another. The archives are simply amazing. It was so overwhelming that we completely forgot to take pictures!

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