The Museum of Publicity was the world's first museum dedicated to advertising, and showcases a myriad of television, film, posters and radio campaigns.
While advertising is often seen as an unethical business to be in, some of the world's most brilliant thinkers have concerned themselves with the topic.
Whether people believe advertising is fascinating, immoral or both, it is clear that the practice has impacted massively on the modern world.
Therefore, the museum contains some of the most iconic images of our time, familiar to people the world over.
Visitors to the Musee de la Publicite will wander around a typical urban environment which encompasses fake streets, courtyards and squares.
The square encompasses cutting edge, interactive multimedia library containing a comprehensive archive of exhibitions and important works.
In a reflection of the fast-paced and always evolving nature of advertising, it hosts temporary exhibitions - so there is always something exciting for visitors to explore.
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Posted by Georgina Black