Here you can find interesting sights in Malakoff, France. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 8 sights are available in Malakoff, France.List of cities in France Sightseeing Tours in Malakoff
1. Fondation Deutsch de la Meurthe
The Fondation Émile and Louise Deutsch de la Meurthe is the oldest house in the Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris. Founded in 1925, it consists of six residential buildings and one central administrative building, which also houses a bell and clock tower. In total there are 393 beds for 341 rooms: 243 single rooms, 27 double rooms, 56 studios, 10 two-room apartments and 5 three-room apartments. Common spaces include 15 shared kitchens, a laundry room, a TV room, and game room with billiards and ping-pong. The central building also contains a great hall, a small lounge, a classroom, and a music room with frescoes painted by Maurice Guy-Loë. The front of the administrative building has an exit gate and is often referred to as the 37 Boulevard Jourdan gate.
2. Fondation Avicenne
The Avicenne Foundation, historically known as the House of Iran, is the Iranian Student Pavilion at the International University of Paris. It was completed in November 1969. Two Iranian architects, Mohsen Foroughi and Heydar Ghiai, joined a team of Claude Parent, Claude Colle, Andr é Bloc and Ren é Sarger. The result is a rare project on French soil, a building suspended from a metal frame.
3. Chapelle Saint-Yves
The Chapelle Saint-Yves is a Catholic chapel erected in the center of the Cité du Souvenir, in the fourteenth arrondissement of Paris. It was built in 1925, on the initiative of Father Alfred Keller, to pay tribute to the victims of the First World War. Mainly known for its frescoes painted by George Desvallières, it has been classified as a "historical monument" since 1996.
4. Institut Dentaire et de Stomatologie de la Ville de Paris
The George Eastman Dental Institute is a dental medical center located at 11 George Eastman Street in the 13th district of Paris, along Josie Park. Designed and built by Edward Clifwell in the 1930s with a donation from American industrialist George Eastman, the red brick walls are adorned with immortal sculptures of Carlo Sarabezols.
5. Jardin Marie-Thérèse Auffray
The Marie-Thérèse-Auffray Garden is a green space in the 14th arrondissement of Paris, France, the work of the French artist Rorcha, famous for the flowering of his Japanese cherry trees (Sakura), of which it has become a popular place of observation and photography in the spring.
6. Parc de Choisy
The Parc de Choisy is a public park located in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, near the Quartier Asiatique between avenue de Choisy, rue George-Eastman, rue Charles-Moureu, and rue du Docteur-Magnan. It was created in 1937. The nearest metro station is Tolbiac.
7. Musée des Arts Forains
The Musée des Arts Forains is a private museum of funfair and fairground objects located within the Pavillons de Bercy in the 12th arrondissement of Paris at 53, avenue des Terroirs de France, Paris, France. It is open to the public by prior reservation.
8. Chais et Entrepôts de Bercy
The Bercy Warehouse is a wine merchant's exclusive location in the Bercy District, just outside the 12th District. Located along the Seine River, the region receives, stores and redistributes wines and spirits.
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