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  1. Val-de-Marne - Wikipedia › wiki › Val-de-Marne

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Val-de-Marne (French pronunciation: [val də maʁn] (listen), "Valley of the Marne ") is a French department, named after the Marne River, located in the Île-de-France region. The department is situated to the southeast of the city of Paris and in the Grand Paris.

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    Val-de-Marne Le Val-de-Marne (prononcé : /val.də.maʁn/) est un département français inclus dans la Métropole du Grand Paris et qui fait partie de la région Île-de-France. Il est nommé ainsi car la Marne, la plus longue rivière française, coule sur son territoire.

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    Frae Wikipedia, the free beuk o knawledge Val-de-Marne (French pronunciation: ​ [val.də.maʁn]) is a French depairtment, namit efter the Marne River, locatit in the Île-de-France region. The depairtment is situatit tae the sootheast o the ceety o Paris.

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    Val-de-Marne is a department in the center of France in the Île-de-France region. Its prefecture is Créteil. About 1,279,000 people live there (2006 estimation).

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    Val-de-Marne is omgeven door de departementen Seine-et-Marne in het oosten, Parijs en Hauts-de-Seine in het westen, Seine-Saint-Denis in het noorden en Essonnein het zuiden. Val-de-Marne bestaat uit de drie arrondissementen: 1. Arrondissement Créteil 2. Arrondissement L'Haÿ-les-Roses 3. Arrondissement Nogent-sur-Marne

    Demografische evolutie sinds 1962

    Frankrijk* = exclusief overzeese gebieden Bron: Recensement Populaire INSEE - 1962 tot 1999 population sans doubles comptes, nadien Population Municipale Op 1 januari 2018 had Val-de-Marne 1.396.913inwoners.

  7. Périgny, Val-de-Marne - Wikipedia › wiki › Périgny,_Val-de-Marne
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    Périgny, also known as Périgny-sur-Yerres, is a commune in the southeastern suburbs of Paris, France. It is located 23.3 km from the center of Paris.

    Périgny is served by no station of the Paris Métro, RER, or suburban rail network. The closest station to Périgny is Boussy-Saint-Antoine station on Paris RER line D. This station is located in the neighboring commune of Boussy-Saint-Antoine, 2.1 km from the town center of Périgny.

    Schools in the commune include Ecole maternelle Suzanne Heinrich and Ecole élémentaire Georges Hure. Junior high school students are assigned to Collège Simone Veil in Mandres-les-Roses, built in 2007. Senior high school/sixth-form students may attend Lycée Guillaume Budé in Limeil-Brévannes and Lycée Christophe Colomb in Sucy-en-Brie.

  8. Fresnes, Val-de-Marne - Wikipedia › wiki › Fresnes,_Val-de-Marne
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    Fresnes is a commune in the Val-de-Marne department in the southern suburbs of Paris, France. It is located 11.2 km from the center of Paris, next to Antony, Sceaux and Rungis. It is drained by the River Bièvre. The Fresnes Prison, where Jean Genet was held for a time, is located there.

    The name Fresnes was recorded for the first time in a papal bull of 1152 as Fraxinum. This name comes from Medieval Latin fraxinus, meaning "ash tree", after the ash trees covering the territory of Fresnes in ancient times.

    Fresnes is served by no station of the Paris Métro, RER, or suburban rail network. The closest station to Fresnes are Antony or La Croix de Berny station on Paris RER line B and Chemin d'Antony station on RER line C. These stations are located in the neighboring commune of Antony, 1.6 km from the town center of Fresnes.

    The town hall is situated in front of the Church in the street Pierre and Marie Curie, the Mayor Jean Jacques Bridey was elected in 2012.

    In the MJC Louise Michel you can find a cinema, a theatre and a concert hall.

  9. Gentilly, Val-de-Marne - Wikipedia › wiki › Gentilly,_Val-de-Marne
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    Gentilly is a commune in the southern suburbs of Paris, France. It is the closest commune to Paris, located 4.1 km from the city center.

    The name Gentilly was recorded for the first time in the 6th century as Gentilly, a royal estate of some importance where coinage was minted. The etymology of the name seems to be "estate of Gentilius", a Gallo-Roman landowner. However, some other researchers think that the name is connected with Latin gentilis in reference to foreign goldsmiths who may have settled in Gentilly in the Early Middle Ages.

    On 1 January 1860, the city of Paris was enlarged by annexing neighboring communes. On that occasion, about half of the commune of Gentilly was annexed to Paris, and forms now the neighborhoods of Maison-Blanche and Glacière, in the 13th arrondissement of Paris. On 13 December 1896, about half of the remaining territory of Gentilly was detached and became the commune of Le Kremlin-Bicêtre, leaving Gentilly with about a quarter of its pre-1860 area.

    The famous photographer Robert Doisneau was born in Gentilly. There is a Maison de la photographie Robert Doisneau an international cultural center for humanist photography.

    Gentilly is served by Gentilly station on Paris RER line.

    Gentilly is served by: 1. Four preschools: Jean Lurcat, Lamartine, Henri Barbusse, Victor Hugo, and Marie et Pierre Curie 2. Four elementary schools: Lamartine, Henri Barbusse, Victor Hugo, and Gustave Courbet 3. One junior high school: Collège Rosa Parks 4. Two senior high schools: Lycée professionnel du Val-de-Bièvre Lycée intercommunal Darius Milhaud which is in Le Kremlin-Bicêtre

  10. Département Val-de-Marne – Wikipedia › wiki › Département_Val-de-Marne
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    Das Département Val-de-Marne grenzt im Nordwesten an Paris, im Norden an das Département Seine-Saint-Denis, im Osten an das Département Seine-et-Marne, im Süden an das Département Essonne und im Westen an das Département Hauts-de-Seine. Zusammen mit den Départements Hauts-de-Seine und Seine-Saint-Denis bildet Val-de-Marne einen Ring um die Stadt Paris, der la petite couronne(„kleine Krone“) genannt wird.

    Das Département entstand 1968 bei der Aufteilung der Départements Seine und Seine-et-Oise in kleinere Départements. Die Ordnungsnummer 94 weicht daher von der alphabetischen Reihenfolgeab.

    Das Département Val-de-Marne gliedert sich in 3 Arrondissements, 25 Kantone und 47 Gemeinden: Siehe auch: 1. Liste der Gemeinden im Département Val-de-Marne 2. Liste der Kantone im Département Val-de-Marne 3. Liste der Gemeindeverbände im Département Val-de-Marne

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