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AY101 Bercy ‘s Gold Mine

  • 10 May 2012
  • 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
  • Ministere de Bercy, 139, rue de Bercy, 75012, Paris; Metro: Bercy or Gare de Lyon. Meet at 2.15 PM at the Ministry.


  • If attending with Joint Member and paying for both, please enter Joint Member details into guest box on registration form.

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Thursday, May 10

In 1981, President Mitterrand decided to transfer the former Ministry of Finance, then located in the Louvre Museum, to the 13th district in Bercy. In 1989, the buildings of the Bercy village were built in a modern style which contrasted with the original 19th century buildings and with architectural elements inspired by the medieval period. This original architecture highlights the financial institution while relying on symbols inherited from our history.

Come and visit this financial institution to discover its beautiful architecture as well as works by famous contemporary artists. You will visit the Colbert building, the Ministry’s Hotel and see famous works such as paintings (Matta, Alechinsky...), sculptures (César, Bourdelle...) and tapestries (Soulages...).

Instructor: Provided by the Ministry of Bercy

Deadline for registration: Monday, May 7.

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