This museum used to be a swimming-pool. It is now an art gallery which hosts paintings, statues and textiles. It is located in Roubaix, a town in Northern France. This swimming-pool was built beween 1927 and 1932 at the request of mayor Jean-Baptiste Lebas. At that time Roubaix was a major textile center where people lived in insalubrious conditions. The swimming-pool was meant to help them have healthy activities.
I hope you will excuse the darkness but I took these photos with my phone.
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