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Wednesday, 16 January 2013

Paris Charles de Gaulle airport launches Space Museums with 50 original works by Auguste Rodin

Paris Charles de Gaulle airport launches Space Museums with 50 original works by Auguste Rodin
Terminal 2E, Hall M, a museum free for passengers to the airport.
This unique experience is offered to passengers
through Space Museums to showcase French artistic heritage.

The first exhibition, "Rodin, Wings of Glory," produced in partnership with the
Rodin Museum, presents 50 original works by the artist whose masterpieces include the Thinker, The Kiss, or the Age of Bronze.

"Our ambition is to offer passengers we welcome each year at the airport Paris-Charles de Gaulle Paris a walk rich in emotions, for the pleasure of journey begins at the airport and travelers from around the world bring with them one last picture of the magic of France, "said Augustin de Romanet, President and CEO of AĆ©roports de Paris.
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