Even if you are not invited to the Elysée Palace or the Hôtel Matignon, you can at least experience the pleasures of Paris‘s third-largest private garden, which surrounds the Hôtel Biron. Originally built for a prosperous wig maker in 1730, the harmonious mansin of columns and pediments was bought in 1753 by a dedicated horticulturalist, the Maréchal de Biron, who proceeded to indulge his gardening passion until he was dragged off to the guillotine.

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