Musée de la Révolution française de Vizille

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The Château de Vizille

The Musée de la Révolution française de Vizille is a departmental museum on the French Revolution, located in the French town of Vizille, 15 kilometres to the south of Grenoble, on the route Napoléon. It was set up in 1984 in the Château de Vizille, former home of the dukes of Lesdiguières (17th century), the Perier family (1782–1895) and the presidents of France (1924–1972) - it also hosted the gathering of three estates of the Dauphiné on 21 July 1788, known as the Assembly of Vizille. In 2007 it held a temporary exhibition at the Comédie-Française.


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Coordinates: 45°04′32″N 5°46′23″E / 45.07556°N 5.77306°E / 45.07556; 5.77306