To discover and experience a virtual visit of the Sainte-Chapelle and more of Paris 3D’s buildings, come and meet:
Starting October 8th, 2014 : in Sainte-Chapelle’s lower chapel
(location: 8 boulevard du Palais, 75001 Paris)
At the Saint Louis exhibition held in the Conciergerie from October 8th, 2014 to January 15th, 2015
(location: 2 boulevard du Palais, 75001 Paris).
Link to further details : www.monuments-nationaux.fr/en/
The CMN (Centre des Monuments Nationaux)
Archeological sites like Glanum and Carnac, Montmajour and Mont-Saint-Michel’s abbeys, If’s and Azay-le-Rideau’s castles, the national domain of Saint-Cloud, the Arc de triomphe and Sainte-Chapelle, the Conciergerie, or even villa Savoye, are some of the 98 listed national monuments, which are property of the French State and are entrusted to the CMN. With more than 9.2 million visitors a year, the Centre des monuments nationaux stands for the most important French cultural and tourist network; it preserves and allows visiting incredible buildings and their adjacent parks and gardens. The various ranges of monuments illustrate the French heritage’s consistency.
Based on a flexible pricing policy, CMN makes the monuments’ heritage easier available for every audience type. 84% of its operating costs are covered by its own revenues, notably generated by tickets fees, venues renting, or even by sponsorships.
The Centre des monuments nationaux sticks to an alignment principle, according to which profitable monuments enable cultural and scientific initiatives for the whole network.
In 2014, the institution has become a-hundred-years-old.