Victor Hugo's home from 1832 to 1848 is still intact in Paris at Place des Vosges. In Victor Hugo’s times the building was a hotel (Rohan-Guéménée) and the writer rented an apartment there at the second floor. It is said that here he created some of his greatest works and received notable guests. Transformed into a fantastic museum, the house amuses with its rich decoration, unique furniture and other elements of XIX century daily life.
Les Miserables | La Maison de Victor Hugo, 6 Place des Vosges, Paris, France. Formerly the Hôtel Rohan Guéménée. Here are the comfortable second floor quarters where Hugo lived for 16 years & penned part of his epic novel.