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It opened in and closed in , following the introduction of the Loi Marthe Richard , which abolished brothels in France. It was located on the corner of the rue de la Magdeleine and rue Bacquenoi. Work on the Palais Oriental started in and the establishment first opened its doors on 15 April On the ground floor was the main reception room.
This was open to the public with no obligation to use the other services of the brothel. Cabaret shows were produced for the entertainment of patrons. It is reputed that the patrons consumed more Champagne here than in the rest of the bars and restaurants in Reims combined. After WW2 , following campaigning by ex-prostitute Marthe Richard , a law was passed outlawing brothels in France. As a consequence of this, the Palais Oriental closed on 30 September The only surviving parts of the brothel building are a floor mosaic and a small back door.
In , researcher Nicole Canet published Maisons closes, bordels de femmes, bordels d'hommes ,   of the brothels featured in the book, the Palais Oriental was the only one outside Paris. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.