Musée Le Secq des Tournelles

Established in 1920, the Museum Secq Tournelles is in an old gothic church. This museum of France preserves the largest collection of ancient ironworks in the world. In all, nearly 8,000 pieces are present, the first century BC to the nineteenth century.

All records are represented, from furniture to fashion objects, through jewelry or scientific instruments. The collection was bequeathed by Henri Le Secq Tournelle.

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