On Sunday, the French embassy will open the doors of the French ambassador's residence in Charoen Krung Soi 36, Bang Rak, to the public. This is in celebration of the annual European Heritage Days in the third weekend of September.
Visitors will have the rare opportunity to visit the space used to welcome important guests on the ground floor of the residence, as well as its large living room and dining room on the second floor.
They can also view old pictures and movies on the residence, an exhibition on Rue de Siam in Brest, France, and a number of sculptures created by French artists living in Thailand. A new map of about 60 European Heritage sites in Bangkok, produced by nine European embassies in the capital, will be on view, as well.
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