It never gets old. On the first floor of the Musée de l’Elysée, just before the entrance to the exhibition hall, stands a photo booth. A basket filled with funny wigs and glasses sits next to it. It gives visitors the four chances to immortalize themselves, alone or in a group. Since the booth was installed, it has been a wild success, especially among visiting photo world personalities.
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