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A site now managed by the presidency
The Fort de Brégançon, which became the summer residence of the presidents of the French Republic in 1968 at the initiative of General de Gaulle, has long been managed by the National Monuments Center (CMN). This historical operator of the Ministry of Culture administrates nearly a hundred other sites in France, including Mont-Saint-Michel, the Arc de Triomphe, and the official residences of the castles of Champs-sur-Marne and Rambouillet. Since his election in 2017 and by the decision of President Emmanuel Macron, the Fort de Brégançon is now managed directly by the Élysée Palace.
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