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Les Abattoirs

76 Allées Charles de Fitte, Saint Cyprien Metro stop

Type: Museum
Addmission Fee: 6.00
Hours: Open Tues.- Sun., 12pm to 8pm in summer and 11am to 7 pm in winter

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Les Abattoirs has become an expansive home to several modern and even unorthodox art styles. Artists exhibited include Mepplethorpe, Arman, Dado and Chaissac. Its most treasured work is Pablo Picasso’s Theater Curtain, which dominates a vast wall. Open Tuesday through Sunday, from noon to 8 pm in summer and from 11 am to 7 pm in winter. Entry costs euro 6.10.
Last updated September 17, 2008
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