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Being a Parisian Jew in the Belle Époque
‘Happy as a Jew in France’ says the Yiddish proverb. Discover the time when Jews were happy in France. This was in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Learn how the Jewish artists, writers, composers and politicians made Paris. Discover the fabulous life of romantic actress Rachel who inspired Sarah Bernhardt and Victor Hugo. Meet the best French writer of the 20th century, Marcel Proust, through the prism of his
Jewishness. Have tea with glamorous Belle Epoque salonnière Geneviève Bizet-Straus who fought for Dreyfus.
LES AVIS DES VISITEURS
"Un agréable après-midi d'été instructif et amusant.
Je le conseillerai à mes amis
— Luiza, de Melbourne
Tour duration: 2h
The visit will be in the History Paris Museum, musée Carnavalet the oldest museum of Paris located in Le Marais district. Tickets are free but you need to pay a speech right of 15 euros.
Also available in French and Spanish
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