Victor Hugo's house

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The place

Located in the former de Rohan-Guémené hotel at the Place des Vosges, where Victor Hugo rented the second story flat from 1832 to 1848 and wrote, most notably, a large part of the Misérables, the beginnings of La Légende des siècles (The Legend of the Ages) and the Contemplations, there is a museum dedicated to the iconic writer and his family, as well as a 11,000-books specialized library only open to scholars.

More info
  • Opening hours - 10am to 6pm everyday except monday and holidays.
  • Prices - Free entrance to the permanent collections.
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