The Pavillon Josephine

Built in 1804 in order to host the 140 orange trees that were taken out from the castle of Bouxwiller during the French Revolution, this place got its’ name from Joséphine de Beauharnais, 1st spouse of the Emperor Napolén Bonaparte. It is located in the middle of “Parc de l’Orangerie”, just few walking steps from European Parliament, which is offering a nice atmosphere of peace and nature, perfect for such an event.

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