Opposite the Grand Auditorium was a palace entirely devoted to elegant events, receptions, dinners and parties.
This palace consisted of a foyer and a large hall preceded by a carriageable peristyle.
Showcases were used to display all the luxury products.
In the main hall, a stage equipped with a mobile set, among other things, allowed for the performance of various stage tricks.
In addition to the receptions that the Commissioner General of the Government gave there, various events were held at the Palais de l'Elégance, by Commissioners General of foreign sections, by groups of exhibitors, communities or others, and finally by the Committee of the Festivities of the General Commission of the Government.
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