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Digital Subscriptions > Lonely Planet Traveller (UK) > April 2015 > The cultural wonders of Paris, from the major galleries to the smallest museums

The cultural wonders of Paris, from the major galleries to the smallest museums

Bearer of an illustrious artistic and literary pedigree, Paris has big-hitting museums, scores of smaller collections, plus literary addresses to pay homage to.

Cultural Paris

The Louvre and its see-through pyramid
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Following the 1831 publication of The Hunchback of Notre Dame, the novelist and poet Victor Hugo lived in this house on one of Paris’s prettiest squares. It’s now a small museum with an impressive collection of his personal drawings and portraits (; 6 Place des Vosges; reopens 30 Apr; 10am–6pm Tue–Sun; free).


The Latin Quarter is steeped in literary history. James Joyce finished editing Ulysses in a flat down the passageway at 71 Rue du Cardinal Lemoine. Ernest Hemingway lived a few doors along at number 74: the club downstairs was the inspiration for the one where Jake Barnes meets Brett Asley in The Sun Also Rises. George Orwell boarded above 6 Rue du Pot de Fer, while working as a dishwasher.

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