Three architectural heritage sites belonging to BNP Paribas will swing open their doors for the European Heritage Days, 15 & 16 September, in Paris and Nancy.
An old mill dating back to 1880 with a 47 meter-high tower; the headquarters of the Comptoir National d’Escompte de Paris, build during the French Second Republic; or a jewel of the Art Nouveau movement… Learn more about their architecture, and reconstruct the history that has helped keep the walls of these exceptional structures intact.
To better understand the style and details of the buildings, and to trace the changes they’ve gone through over the years, BNP Paribas is offering group visits led by tour guides every 15 minutes. The bank’s magazine Historia will be available, providing more details about the buildings, and photo booths will be set up for visitors to capture the moment with these historical structures.
In the spirit of history and discovery, see how BNP Paribas’ visual identity has evolved over the years… (in French only)
15 September in Paris: 9, rue du Débarcadère (Pantin), from 10am-5pm
15 September in Nancy: 58, rue Saint Jean, from 10am-5pm
16 September in Paris: 14, rue Bergère, from 10am-5pm