Maison de Georges Clémenceau

The house of Georges Clémenceau is located in the surroundings of Saint-Vincent-sur-Jard, on the Atlantic coast. He rented this fisherman’s house after his defeat in the presidential election in 1920 and it became his summer holiday home. Clémenceau created an impressionnist garden, and as he liked to take care of roses, he gave them a great importance in his creation.

The house and the garden became French historical monuments in 1970. Nothing has changed since Clémenceau died and the house has become a museum, a true photograph of the end of his life. His furniture, his belongings and his art collections are displayed. Facing the ocean, the site offers an exceptionnal view and the picnic area is a nice place for relaxation.

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