After having been recommended this place a no.of times to check out, we had to make it. Having missed the entry hours, we finally made it on our third attempt. So be mindful of the timings. Unfortunately rntry was restricted to members only, so try and find someone (even just outside) to get you in. The architecture of the place... 更多
Was a great place and they have a lot of instruction leaflets in French and Engliish. Quite a nice big place and has a cafe inside too. In all, very informative place
This institute has lot of workshops which one can take and understand the history and get certified as well. They have nice collection of books and paintings. Very informative
We went to this beach on last day just to see what's there, it's a nice little beach with a jetty made of loose stones (same as on promenade beach) going some 50 meter in the ocean. It's not commercial as Paradise beach but I found waves to be more calm here. There is no life guard though. Worth a... 更多
This is certainly an impressive colonial building hosting the best and valuable treasures of Pondicherry history located on the Seaside Promenade. The Institute employees are kind and helpful and it shows they are proud of the place they work. Lovely courtyard, and they also list out the various cultural activities that is scheduled.
Its an old building in French architecture. This place is quite and clam making it a perfect place to enjoy reading a book at their library. Its one of the historic building reliving the French Era. Its still supported by the French Govt.
I've always been fond of the French Institute, though I liked it better when there was more emphasis on Sanskrit literature. Their library overlooking the sea is especially pleasant, and I've spent many an hour there doing research. The building is a beautiful, historic building in the traditional style.
This building with its imposing french architecture and design is worth a visit. A place of learning, it houses a library and archives for research and general information. It is supported by the French Government, so the facility will survive the times.
The Institute is set in a beautiful building around a courtyard, and is clearly influenced by French architectural styles. It has a lively programme of cultural events, and there is often an exhibition worth visiting.