In the seething Metropolis that is Paris, the Albert Khan photography museum and its Japanese gardens are an oasis of calm. With its canopy of giant trees, ornamental lake , waterfalls and rose garden you can be forgiven for believing you are in Monet’s garden in Giverny. This is what it looked like this morning in brilliant sunshine. Take the Metro to Boulogne (last stop) and it’s just across the road from there. The gardens are free and the photography museum is Euro 1,50.
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