Here you can find interesting sights in Meudon, 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 10 sights are available in Meudon, France.Back to the list of cities in France
1. Parc des Expositions de Paris
The Porte de Versailles exhibition center, or Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, is the largest French exhibition park. It is located in the territories of the Saint-Lambert district of the 15th arrondissement of Paris and the municipalities of Issy-les-Moulineaux and Vanves, in the Hauts-de-Seine. It extends on both sides of the peripheral boulevard, from the Porte d'Issy, to the west, at the Porte de la Plaine, to the east, the main entrance being place de la Porte-de-Versailles, At the junction of two of the boulevards of the Maréchaux: Lefebvre and Victor. The exhibition center has been managed by Viparis since 1987.
2. Carrières des Brillants
The brilliant careers are located in Meudon in the Hauts-de-Seine department. They are made up of numerous chalk quarries, including that of rue du Docteur Arnaudet, operated for the first time in 1872. Almost eight kilometers of galleries, measuring 3 to 15 meters high and 3 to 4 meters wide, connected between They by imposing pillars on 4 at 5 levels, 3 of which are accessible, were thus dug in the hill of the brilliants.
3. Borne du Serment de Koufra
The Capture of Kufra was part of the Allied Western Desert Campaign during the Second World War. Kufra is a basin and oasis group in the Kufra District of south-eastern Cyrenaica in the Libyan Desert. In 1940, it was part of the colony of Italian Libya Libia Italiana, which was part of Africa Settentrionale Italiana (ASI), which was established in 1934.
4. Aqueduc Médicis
The Medici Diversion Canal, or Longis Diversion Canal, was built under the orders of Marie de Medici to transport spring water collected from Longis, in what is now the province of Val de Marne, to Paris. Medici Aqueduct was put into use in 1623 and is still in operation today. It is owned by the city of Paris and managed by Paris Water Company.
5. Parc Robert Auzelle
Robert Auzelle, born June 8, 1913 in Coulommiers, died on December 22, 1983 within the Salpêtrière hospital in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, is a French architect and urban planner, known in particular for his work on large complexes but also For having promoted landscape cemeteries in France.
6. Église Notre-Dame des Pauvres
Notre Dame is a Roman Catholic church on Gallieni Avenue in Issy-les-Moulineaux. Built in the 1950s, it is known for its modern architecture, recognised at the Holy Art Salon in 1953, and for the ingenuity of numerous stained-glass windows by Russian painter and glass master Leon Zak.
7. La Petite Bibliothèque ronde
La Petite Bibliothèque Ronde is a French children's library. It was funded by the association La Joie par les livres and located in a working-class area in Clamart. Since September 2009, it has been classified as an “Historic Monument” and hence protected by the State.
8. Domaine de Bellevue : Bâtiment
The Château de Bellevue was a small château built for Madame de Pompadour in 1750. It was constructed on a broad plateau in Meudon, above a slope overlooking the Seine to the east, but was demolished in 1823 and little remains.
9. Musée de la Carte à Jouer et Galerie d'Histoire de la Ville
10. Église Notre-Dame-de-La-Salette
Notre Dame de Paris is a Roman Catholic church located in Kronstadt Street in the 15th district of Paris. The religious community of St. Vincent de Paul especially reveres Notre Dame Cathedral in Lasat.
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