Musée Albert-Kahn

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The Musée Albert-Kahn is a national museum in Boulogne-Billancourt, France, at 14, rue du Port, including four hectares of gardens, joining together landscape scenes of various national traditions. The museum includes historic photographs and film collected by the banker and philanthropist Albert Kahn. Since September, 2014, construction's works are committed for the extension and the refurbishment of the museum supervised by the architect Kengo Kuma with the cooperation of dUCKS scéno for the construction of another gallery of exhibition and the renovation of the existing buildings, allowing the access to the public in a permanent route.

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Coordinates: 48°50′30″N 2°13′40″E / 48.84167°N 2.22778°E / 48.84167; 2.22778