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This superb building was commenced in 1654 for Catherine Bellier, a chambermaid in the service of Anne of Austria. Given the land for "services rendered", making her son, Louis XIV world-wise, euphemisticly meaning, she helped him become a non-virgin.
In 1660 at the date of the inauguration of the mansion, Anne, Mazarin and others assisted from a balcony of Louis and his new bride Marie-Therese of Spain as they entered Paris.
At the young age of 7, Mozart is known to have stayed here during 5 months, before it was taken over during the Revolution and turned into offices.
Bought by the Paris town hall in 1943 and turned into flats for rent, but left abandoned around 1985. It has finally been renovated and is now the home of the Appeals Court Administration since 2004. For a time the "Association pour le sauvegarde du Vieux-Paris" had its offices here. just before this.
It can only be visited through an official guided group but nothing to stop you having a look at the interior courtyard.
Nearest metro is St. Paul.
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