This mansion, built in 1650 by François Mansart for Jean-François de Guénégaud, state councillor, escaped demolition thanks to André Malraux. Its simple and harmonious lines and modestly proportioned French-style garden make it one of the loveliest in the Marais. With the handsome restored Mongelas mansion (18C) next-door, it houses the Museum of Hunting and Nature.
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