Here you can find interesting sights in Nanterre, 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 6 sights are available in Nanterre, France.Back to the list of cities in France
1. Grande Arche de la Défense
La Grande Arche de la Défense, originally called La Grande Arche de la Fraternité, is a monument and building in the business district of La Défense and in the commune of Puteaux, to the west of Paris, France. It is usually known as the Arche de la Défense or simply as La Grande Arche. A 110-metre-high (360 ft) cube, La Grande Arche is part of the perspective from the Louvre to Arc de Triomphe, and was one of the Grands Projets of François Mitterrand. The distance from La Grande Arche to Arc de Triomphe is 4 km.
2. Musée Louis-Vuitton
The Louis-Vuitton Museum is a 19th century-style household, in Artnières-sur-Seine style in Hauts-de-Seine near Paris, where the famous Malletier Louis Vuitton lived, at the origin of the Creation of the brand and the company that bears its name. This private museum, adjacent to the brand's historic workshops, exhibits a hundred and fifty years of history of the manufacture.
3. Château de Madame du Barry
The castle of Madame du Barry in Louveciennes (Yvelines), consists: of the castle proper, built at the end of the 17th century by Robert de Cotte, then agreed and probably redecorated by Ange-Jacques Gabriel for Madame du Barry; of a reception pavilion called music pavilion built by Claude Nicolas Ledoux; of a park which was divided in the 19th century.
4. Église Saints-Pierre-et-Paul
The Saint-Pierre-Saint-Paul de Courbevoie church is a place of Catholic worship in the town of Courbevoie, in the Hauts-de-Seine. The church has been the subject of an inscription under historic monuments since June 11, 1971, with the exception of the bell tower, built in 1932.
5. Machine de Marly
The Machine de Marly, also known as the Marly Machine or the Machine of Marly, was a large hydraulic system in Yvelines, France, built in 1684 to pump water from the river Seine and deliver it to the Palace of Versailles.
6. Musée Roybet Fould
The Roybet Fould museum opened its doors at the Parc de Bécon in Courbevoie in Hauts-de-Seine in 1951. It was restored a few years ago. At the other end of the Bécon park, stands the India pavilion.
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