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Musée de l'Histoire Vivante

Montreuil | Histoire
In 1937, after the victory of the Popular Front, under the leadership of Jacques Duclos, Fernand Soupé and Daniel Renoult three personalities communists based in Montreuil society Montreuil History Museum.
Opened March 25, 1939, as part of the commemoration of Cent Cinquantenaire of the French Revolution, the museum, originally a political and cultural establishment of the Communist Party, which aims to offer a lower classes "in history movement, "a" history of social struggles "...

After a difficult period in the 1960s and 1970s, the museum was renovated in the 1980s etl'accent is on industrial and artistic heritage of the town (The Toy Exhibition in Paris (1993) and The Albatros Studios (1995).

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Contact details

  • Name: Musée de l'Histoire Vivante
  • Address: 31, boulevard Théophile Sueur - 93100 - Montreuil - France
  • Phone: (33) 01 48 70 61 62


Librairie, Carterie



Getting there

  • By metro : ligne n° 9 (Mairie de Montreuil), puis bus ligne n° 122 (Parc Montreau)
  • By RER : ligne A (Val de Fontenay), puis bus ligne n° 122 (Parc de Montreau)

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