Musée Arménien de France

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Europe, France, Paris

The Musée Arménien de France is a private museum of Armenian art and archaeology located in the XVIe arrondissement at Fondation Nourhan Fringhian, 59 avenue Foch, Paris, France. It is open Thursday and Sunday afternoons. The museum was established in 1949 by Nourhan Fringhian, and has been irregularly open to the public since inception. It represents the culture and traditions of Armenia through ceramics, translated Bibles and other liturgical works, religious objects, amulets, paintings, and about 500 coins.