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Jardin Albert Kahn

A Japanese garden was made by the idealistic Banker, Albert Kahn, between 1895 and 1910. The style was freely interpreted and developed when the museum was established in the late twentieth century, resulting in a visually dramtaic post-modern confection.

Musee Departementale Albert Kahn, 14 rue du Port, Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris, France, 92100

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  • over 3 years by Leila 5 / 5

    Though I live in Paris, I had never heard of this garden until a friend actually brought me there. This is my favourite garden in Paris. So well kept and perfectly beautiful, so revitalizing. Like a beautiful dream.
    Avoid visiting it on week-ends afternoons, there can be too many people, and because it is a rather small garden, it is quickly full.
  • about 5 years by bonnie poppe 5 / 5

    Well kept and serene at the edge of Paris. There are surprises around many corners in this Japanese inspired garden. By turning back on itself it appears more extensive than it is.
  • over 8 years by Anonymous 5 / 5

    I visited this beautiful garden during the first week in February, and felt immensely grateful to Albert Kahn for creating such a peaceful yet intriguing haven.

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Jardin Albert Kahn, Ile-de-France Photograph © vincent.m
Bridge, Jardin Albert Kahn Photograph © vincent.m
Jardin Albert Kahn Photograph © vincent.m
Jardin Albert Kahn, Paris Photograph © Anthurium/Katrina Underwood
Jardin Albert Kahn, Autumn Photograph © Anthurium/Katrina Underwood