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Legion of Honor

San Francisco | Fine Arts
$6 - $15
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The Legion of Honor (formerly California Palace of the Legion of Honor) is a museum located in the Lincoln Park in the west of the city. The view of the Golden Gate Bridge, the collection of some 80 works by Rodin and its architecture, directly inspired from the Museum of the Legion of Honour in Paris, makes it one of the most remarkable museums in San Francisco.

Built in Memory of the 3600 Californian soldiers who died in France during the First World War, he opened its doors in 1924 thanks to the efforts and the fortunes of the Spreckels family.

The collections are varied (sculptures, objects, paintings from every continent and from the Middle Ages). The great names of painting are present: El Greco, Le Brun, Rubens, Rembrandt, David, Courbet, Monet (Venice's Grand Canal, Water Lilies), Degas, Renoir, Manet, Pissarro, Cézanne, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Picasso (The Speaker), Salvador Dalí, Matisse, etc.

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  • Name: Legion of Honor
  • Address: Lincoln Park - 100 34th Ave - 94121 - San Francisco - Etats-Unis
  • Phone: (1) 415 750 3600


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