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May 14, 2018
These pavilionss decorate the peaceful Parc de Bécon, which slopes down to the left bank of the Seine. And there are a few other things to look out for: You can see the facade of the Charras Barracks, which housed the Swiss Guard, mercenaries that protected the King from the 17th century to the…
February 02, 2019
Idéal pour les enfants. Il y a aussi souvent de l’animation pour les adultes à partir du mois de Mai.

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178 Boulevard Saint-Denis
Courbevoie, Île-de-France 92400
Telefone01 43 33 30 73