5 Sights in Asnières-sur-Seine, France (with Map and Images)
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1. Théâtre des Amandiers
The Théâtre Nanterre-Amandiers, also Théâtre des Amandiers, is a theatre in Nanterre and a known theatre outside of Paris. The present building opened in 1976. The company is a Centre dramatique national, a national public theatre. Artistic directors included Patrice Chéreau and Catherine Tasca (1982), Jean-Pierre Vincent (1990) and Jean-Louis Martinelli (2002). The theatre runs a film studio and an acting school which is connected to theatre studies at the Paris West University Nanterre La Défense.
2. Musée Louis-Vuitton
The Louis-Vuitton Museum is a nineteenth-century Art Nouveau style mansion in Asnières-sur-Seine in the Hauts-de-Seine near Paris, where lived the famous Louis Vuitton trunk maker, at the origin of the creation of the brand and the company that bears his name. This private museum, adjacent to the brand's historic workshops, exhibits one hundred and fifty years of the manufacture's history.
3. Gare du Champ de Mars
La Gare Lisch is an abandoned train station designed by architect Juste Lisch in Asnières-sur-Seine, France, immediately northwest of Paris. It was originally built in 1878 near the site of the Eiffel Tower to serve the third Parisian world's fair, called Exposition Universelle. It was moved to its current site in 1897.
4. Église Saints-Pierre-et-Paul
The church of Saint-Pierre-Saint-Paul de Courbevoie is a place of worship in the commune of Courbevoie, Hauts-de-Seine. The church has been listed as a historical monument since 11 June 1971, with the exception of the bell tower, built in 1932.
Wikipedia: Église Saint-Pierre-Saint-Paul de Courbevoie (FR)
5. Musée Roybet Fould
The Roybet Fould Museum opened its doors at the Parc de Bécon in Courbevoie in the Hauts-de-Seine in 1951. It was restored a few years ago. At the other end of the park of Bécon, stands the pavilion of the Indies.
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