The Centre Pompidou is the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris and it houses the most important collections of contemporary art from around the world, along with New York’s MoMa and the Tate Museum in London. One of the features that make it special is its design, because, just like all works of art it houses, it has pipes and elements that usually hide behind the facade. In addition, it has a terrace on the top floor offering stunning views of the city. Another of its peculiarities is that it integrates a center of musical research and a huge library.
The Pompidou museum houses works by renowned artists such as Joan Miró, Pablo Picasso, Matisse, Jean Dubuffet, etc.
In addition, it is located in a place where there is always a lot of life. It is a very typical place where Parisians and visitors drink a coffee or read in the small square surrounding it.