Common of more than 3700 inhabitants located in Seine-et-Marne, to about sixty kilometers of Paris, Lizy-sur-Ourcq takes place not far from Meaux and Armentières-in-Brie.
Mentioned as Lisiacum in the 12th century, the municipality of Lizy-sur-Ourcq has long been a center of agriculture, industry and trade. In season of its ideal geographical location, on the axis Paris-Reims, the city served for a long time as warehouse to all the neighboring campaigns. Protestant Bastion, it has experienced significant desertification following the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in the late seventeenth century and the exile of many inhabitants.
Authentic and full of charm, the town of Ile-de-France still reveals to its visitors an architectural heritage of great interest and in excellent condition.