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среда, 11 января 2017 г.

No one had been in this apartment since 1942. What they found inside is absolutely amazing!

Madame de Florian was a woman of the world and a Parisian actress who fled to the south of France during World War II. She kept her apartment on the right bank of the Seine, near the Opera Garnier, to return at the end of the war. However, she never returned and stayed in Provence until the end of her days. 
Since 1942, the apartment has remained as when it had abandoned it on its flight, completely untouched. But when she finally died, the people who entered it a true capsule is found in time, full of treasures ... 

Everything was covered in dust, but perfectly preserved. 

 All these period furniture remained exactly as she had left them. It looks like she wore make-up in front of the mirror again yesterday ...
 That may seem strange, but in time, own stuffed animal was a sign of wealth and influence. Yes, it is indeed an ostrich ...
 The house is not open to the public yet ...
 Inside, a painting by Giovanni Boldini was found. A portrait of the landowner herself, Madame de Florian.
 The paint was sold for 2.1 million euros and the rest of the objects in this apartment could well be worth millions as well.
 This flat set in time is a true lesson in history, which shows us how the life of the people of high society in Paris, at that time, could look like.
To enter this apartment is like entering a little piece of forgotten history. 

The apartment remained untouched because Madame de Florian continued to pay the rent until her death in 2010 at the age of 91 years. Despite the fact that she continued to pay the rent, she never set foot there.

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