The library of the National Assembly, which attracts attention with its architecture in France, contains approximately 700 thousand artefacts, including historical books.
The National Assembly, which constitutes the main wing of the legislative power in France, opened its doors to the public at the weekend.
Thousands of citizens had the opportunity to visit the General Assembly, the historical Parliament Library, the gardens and different parts of the parliament.
The Assembly building is called the "Bourbon Palace" and was built in the 18th century in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, near the banks of the Seine River.
The Bourbon Palace can also be accessed from the "Hotel Lassay", the residence of the President of the National Assembly.
While 577 deputies serve in the National Assembly, 348 Senators serve in the Senate, the other wing of the French Parliament.