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Pavillon Flaubert de Canteleu

Dieppedalle-Croisset | Histoire
Price
€1.5
Presentation
Flaubert The pavilion is a museum dedicated to the writer Gustave Flaubert, located Croissets Canteleu hamlet bordering the Seine near Rouen.
It is the only remnant of the property acquired by the father of Gustave Flaubert in 1844, the writer, very attached to this house, lived there 35 years and wrote all of his work. The pavilion is the subject of a classification as historical monuments since April 18, 1914.
Flaubert pavilion houses items that belonged to him writing, like goose feathers, inkwells ... objects that were in his study (office that was on the first floor of the house now defunct) as a famous golden Buddha; and personal works: portraits and drawings, engravings and views of Croisset of the time ...
Hours

Closed for the day

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Contact details

  • Name: Pavillon Flaubert de Canteleu
  • Address: 18 quai Gustave Flaubert - 76380 - Dieppedalle-Croisset - France
  • Phone: (33) 02 35 71 28 82

Activities

Visite

Getting there

  • By train : gare de Rouen (9 km)
  • By car : de Rouen, D982 direction Duclair, puis D51 vers Croisset-Canteleu

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