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The secrets of the Élysée – In the private apartment of presidents




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As hidden as it is fantasized, the 200 square meters on the first floor of the Élysée Palace available to the French head of state is nothing like a palace.

Georges Pompidou at breakfast, in the private apartment of the Elysee Palace, in December 1969.
Georges Pompidou at breakfast, in the private apartment of the Élysée, in December 1969.
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