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The Hôtel Biron is an hôtel particulier in the rue de Varenne, in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, that was built from 1727 to 1732 to the designs of the architect Jean Aubert. Since 1919 it has housed the Musée Auguste Rodin.
- also known as Hotel Biron; Musée Auguste Rodin; Hôtel Biron, Paris
- part of Paris
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Night + Day San Francisco (2006)
by Julianne Balmain, Kate Chynoweth
Hôtel Biron is an ideal stop for a glass of wine and some intelligent conversation before dinner—you can actually hear what the other person is saying. But unless you want to chat up the bartender, bring your own companion, as the scene is ...
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