Académie Nationale de Médecine

The Académie Nationale de Médecine (National Academy of Medicine) in Paris (16 Rue Bonaparte) was created in 1820 by King Louis XVIII at the urging of baron Antoine Portal. Its current facility on Rue Bonaparte was designed by the French architect Justin Rochet, and was constructed between 1899 and 19021.

  • Photos by Magdalena Mazurak|karuzam-aizdam#| (March 2023)

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- Jérôme van Wijland (ed.), Académie Nationale de Médecine - Catalogue des peintures et des sculptures, Snoeck, Gand 2020, pp. 483

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