The house, which was closed 100 years (10 photos)

Frenchman Louis Mantin worked all his life in the first half of the workers, where he learned good manners and see what it means to be a gentleman. When he was 42, he died one of his close relatives, leaving him with a solid state. Since then, Louis was engaged only in that enjoyed life. After his death in 1905, it became known that he ordered in his will to preserve their home for exactly 100 years to the descendants could see the home of the gentleman of the time. And in 2005, the house, the first time in 100 years, has been opened. Local authorities have spent 3, 5 million euros for its repair, as time has left its deep marks content. Now, the house-museum waiting for everyone.

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