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French Delegates’ Lounge The French Delegates’ Lounge, originally a private meeting room for League of Nations Council members, was designed by the famous French decorator Jules Leleu, hence the designation of the room as... Czech and Slovak Lounge In the original League of Nations building, Room IV was the Permanent Delegates’ Lounge. The interior decoration – designed by M.K. Caivas – was donated by Czechoslovakia in 1937. (...) Room III This 200-seat conference room and Room VI are the only two in the Palais where the decoration was not entrusted to a specific designer/decorator.
Language:English
Score: 1035520.4 - https://www.un.org/collection/29/7829
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French Delegates’ Lounge The French Delegates’ Lounge, originally a private meeting room for League of Nations Council members, was designed by the famous French decorator Jules Leleu, hence the designation of the room as... Czech and Slovak Lounge In the original League of Nations building, Room IV was the Permanent Delegates’ Lounge. The interior decoration – designed by M.K. Caivas – was donated by Czechoslovakia in 1937. (...) Room III This 200-seat conference room and Room VI are the only two in the Palais where the decoration was not entrusted to a specific designer/decorator.
Language:English
Score: 1035520.4 - https://www.un.org/en/collection/29/7829
Data Source: un
French Delegates’ Lounge The French Delegates’ Lounge, originally a private meeting room for League of Nations Council members, was designed by the famous French decorator Jules Leleu, hence the designation of the room as... Czech and Slovak Lounge In the original League of Nations building, Room IV was the Permanent Delegates’ Lounge. The interior decoration – designed by M.K. Caivas – was donated by Czechoslovakia in 1937. (...) Room III This 200-seat conference room and Room VI are the only two in the Palais where the decoration was not entrusted to a specific designer/decorator.
Language:English
Score: 1035520.4 - https://www.un.org/ar/collection/29/7829
Data Source: un
French Delegates’ Lounge The French Delegates’ Lounge, originally a private meeting room for League of Nations Council members, was designed by the famous French decorator Jules Leleu, hence the designation of the room as... Czech and Slovak Lounge In the original League of Nations building, Room IV was the Permanent Delegates’ Lounge. The interior decoration – designed by M.K. Caivas – was donated by Czechoslovakia in 1937. (...) Room III This 200-seat conference room and Room VI are the only two in the Palais where the decoration was not entrusted to a specific designer/decorator.
Language:English
Score: 1035520.4 - https://www.un.org/hi/collection/29/7829
Data Source: un
French Delegates’ Lounge The French Delegates’ Lounge, originally a private meeting room for League of Nations Council members, was designed by the famous French decorator Jules Leleu, hence the designation of the room as... Czech and Slovak Lounge In the original League of Nations building, Room IV was the Permanent Delegates’ Lounge. The interior decoration – designed by M.K. Caivas – was donated by Czechoslovakia in 1937. (...) Room III This 200-seat conference room and Room VI are the only two in the Palais where the decoration was not entrusted to a specific designer/decorator.
Language:English
Score: 1035520.4 - https://www.un.org/ru/collection/29/7829
Data Source: un
French Delegates’ Lounge The French Delegates’ Lounge, originally a private meeting room for League of Nations Council members, was designed by the famous French decorator Jules Leleu, hence the designation of the room as... Czech and Slovak Lounge In the original League of Nations building, Room IV was the Permanent Delegates’ Lounge. The interior decoration – designed by M.K. Caivas – was donated by Czechoslovakia in 1937. (...) Room III This 200-seat conference room and Room VI are the only two in the Palais where the decoration was not entrusted to a specific designer/decorator.
Language:English
Score: 1035520.4 - https://www.un.org/es/collection/29/7829
Data Source: un
French Delegates’ Lounge The French Delegates’ Lounge, originally a private meeting room for League of Nations Council members, was designed by the famous French decorator Jules Leleu, hence the designation of the room as... Czech and Slovak Lounge In the original League of Nations building, Room IV was the Permanent Delegates’ Lounge. The interior decoration – designed by M.K. Caivas – was donated by Czechoslovakia in 1937. (...) Room III This 200-seat conference room and Room VI are the only two in the Palais where the decoration was not entrusted to a specific designer/decorator.
Language:English
Score: 1035520.4 - https://www.un.org/fr/collection/29/7829
Data Source: un
French Delegates’ Lounge The French Delegates’ Lounge, originally a private meeting room for League of Nations Council members, was designed by the famous French decorator Jules Leleu, hence the designation of the room as... Czech and Slovak Lounge In the original League of Nations building, Room IV was the Permanent Delegates’ Lounge. The interior decoration – designed by M.K. Caivas – was donated by Czechoslovakia in 1937. (...) Room III This 200-seat conference room and Room VI are the only two in the Palais where the decoration was not entrusted to a specific designer/decorator.
Language:English
Score: 1035520.4 - https://www.un.org/pt/collection/29/7829
Data Source: un
French Delegates’ Lounge The French Delegates’ Lounge, originally a private meeting room for League of Nations Council members, was designed by the famous French decorator Jules Leleu, hence the designation of the room as... Czech and Slovak Lounge In the original League of Nations building, Room IV was the Permanent Delegates’ Lounge. The interior decoration – designed by M.K. Caivas – was donated by Czechoslovakia in 1937. (...) Room III This 200-seat conference room and Room VI are the only two in the Palais where the decoration was not entrusted to a specific designer/decorator.
Language:English
Score: 1035520.4 - https://www.un.org/sw/collection/29/7829
Data Source: un
French Delegates’ Lounge The French Delegates’ Lounge, originally a private meeting room for League of Nations Council members, was designed by the famous French decorator Jules Leleu, hence the designation of the room as... Czech and Slovak Lounge In the original League of Nations building, Room IV was the Permanent Delegates’ Lounge. The interior decoration – designed by M.K. Caivas – was donated by Czechoslovakia in 1937. (...) Room III This 200-seat conference room and Room VI are the only two in the Palais where the decoration was not entrusted to a specific designer/decorator.
Language:English
Score: 1035520.4 - https://www.un.org/tr/collection/29/7829
Data Source: un