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Paris museum allows naked visitors

The Local, Mar 11

Paris continues to expand its offer for naturists after a museum announced it has become the first to accept nude visitors, if just for one day.

The Palais de Toyko contemporary art museum on Avenue President Wilson in the city's lush 16th arrondissement became the first gallery in Paris to welcome visitors keen to bare all for a one-off naturists day on May 5th.

Visitors were able to stroll round the museum's exhibitions, leaving their coat and the rest of their clothes in the cloakroom.

The event was organised by the Paris Naturists Association. 

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