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"Greenhouse Events"

Intended to shelter greenhouses, the Château de la Petite Malmaison was designed by a landscape architect Jean-Marie Morel, as an integral part of the Malmaison estate. It was completed in 1805 as a technological accomplishment for the era, enclosed partially by glass walls and including a reception hall. Thematic and seasonal exhibits continue to be hosted here. For visitors it is open all year long.
229 bis Avenue Napoléon Bonaparte, Rueil-Malmaison, Paris, France, 92500
"Greenhouse Events"
Intended to shelter greenhouses, the Château de la Petite Malmaison was designed by a landscape architect Jean-Marie Morel, as an integral part of the Malmaison estate. It was completed in 1805 as a technological accomplishment for the era, enclosed partially by glass walls and including a reception hall. Thematic and seasonal exhibits continue to be hosted here. For visitors it is open all year long.
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