Hôtel De Castries

The Hôtel de Castries Hôtel particulier in Paris, located in the VIIe arrondissement, at 72 rue de Varenne. Dating from the end of the 17th and beginning of the 18th century, it was profoundly transformed by the Duke of Castries between 1843 and 1863, under the architects Joseph-Antoine Froelicher and François Clément Joseph Parent.

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