Hôtel Pauilhac

59 avenue Raymond Poincaré - 75016 Paris

Trocadéro - Passy - 16e Arrondissement

Façade de l'hôtel Pauilhac, Paris


Built in 1911 by the architect Charles Lestrone, this town house takes its name from a previous owner, Georges Pauilhac, a rich arms collector. Passers-by can admire the late Art Nouveau facade decorated with Neo-Gothic forms, close in style to the Ecole de Nancy. The elaborate branches and pine cones were sculpted by Camille Garnier. Inside, a gallery has been created to showcase Pauilhac’s collection of arms.

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Hôtel Pauilhac

59 avenue Raymond Poincaré
75016 Parisôtel-Pauilhac

  • Subway - Victor Hugo
  • Bus - 52, 82

Monument in the same district: Trocadéro - Passy

Monument in the same arrondissement: 16th arrondissement

Monument in Paris and in the Paris Region: Monument

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