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Museum of radio France: photos, description Musee de Radio France)

Museum of radio France is located on the third floor of the famous Round houses, built in 1963 for French radio stations. It is clearly visible from the Eiffel tower - the sparkling ring with a diameter of 500 meters.

The architect Henri Bernard designed the Round house as a symbol of rebirth after the war. The facade of the building is covered with aluminum, a high-tech material. Is used for heating the geothermal well.

Here are Studio of the largest French stations, included into the state holding "Radio France": "France info", "France Kultur", "France music". Visitors to the Museum, passing on the third floor, watching the real work studios. In 2007, the reconstruction, the Museum re-opens in 2013. However, the exposure is not idle: for example, in 2012 at the Paris Museum of arts and crafts was the exhibition "Open your ears".

In the collection about two and a half thousand exhibits, it is possible to trace the history of radio, television, sound recordings from 1890 to the present day. This is one of the largest collections of this kind.

Here is a collection of documents reflecting the history of radio France, which was exciting. 20 August 1944 the Paris radio Studio "D Esse", controlled by the Vichy government, suddenly began to convey messages to the French Resistance. The microphone was the head of Studio Catholic Pierre Schaeffer. On the night of 24 August, he aired an appeal to the priests: Leclerc tanks approaching the capital, it is necessary that morning thundered and all the Church bells (ringing was banned by the Nazis during the occupation). So Paris was liberated under the chime of bells.

In the Museum you can see the first receiving device, the Branly coherer, receiver tube with headphones twenties of the last century, the field radio stations of World war II. Gramophone with built in record players or CD players appear in the fifties, but then there are the first portable transistor priemniki. Touching clockwork reporter's recorders in the early fifties - they did not need the power for pulling the magnetic tape. Especially a good home device issue 1931 - clad tree monster with a tiny window of the screen. It will fit a radio, turntable and mechanical television.