The myth of Cleopatra exhibition Paris
From 10/04/2014 to 07/09/2014
The iconic Cleopatra is known as powerful and tempting especially for her affairs with Julius Caesar and Marc-Antony.
Very attached to Egypt, she was the first Greek queen to speak Egyptian and led a policy which was very supported by its people. Recognized as a heroine, Cleopatra committed suicide at the age of 39 refusing to submit to the invader.
The Pinacoteque of Paris pays tribute to the last queen of Egypt with an exhibition that streches on rooms of its two sites. There are only few historical sources on Cleopatra VII Thea Philopator but the myth of Cleopatra exhibition gather different archaeological works as well as paintings, sculptures and costumes (from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century) that led to her as an icon.
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The myth of Cleopatra Paris
28, Place de la Madeleine
Opening hours: 10:30am to 6:30pm every day
Night opening: Wednesdays and Fridays until 9pm
Full rate: € 14
Reduced rate: € 12
Free for children less than 12 years