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Nogent-sur-Marne

Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Val-de-Marne

Nogent-sur-Marne - Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Val-de-Marne
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The town of Nogent-sur-Marne is a great place for a stroll thanks to its pleasant riverside walkway on the banks of the Marne and its marina.

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Nogent-sur-Marne

Municipality of Val-de-Marne, in the Ile-de-France, Nogent-sur-Marne sits on the edge of Paris and the Bois de Vincennes. First tourist city of labeled Common department, it is located near Joinville-le-Pont, Nogent-sur-Marne Champigny-sur-Marne.

Second marina in the region, the town of Nogent-sur-Marne began to develop as early as Roman times, thanks to its strategic location on the banks of the Marne. Mainly focused viticulture and agriculture, Ile city has gradually modernized, thanks to the arrival of the railroad to become a top vacation resort of Parisians in the nineteenth century.

Very dynamic, continuous city still attract visitors from all sides thanks to its architectural and historical heritage, but also its cultural and sports activities.

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Considered one of the largest churches in the department, the church of Saint-Saturnin was built in the twelfth century but has undergone many changes over time. From the original construction remains today the belfry classified historic monument. Mainly Gothic style, it also has lower parts of Romanesque choir and the vaults of the thirteenth century.

Nogent-sur-Marne also has other buildings listed or registered historical monument like the town hall. Built in the second half of the nineteenth century, it presents a varied architectural style inspired by antiquity, the Renaissance and the seventeenth century. Inside, it is particularly possible to admire a VIP lounge decorated with paintings by Adrien Karbowsky.

Built in the late seventeenth century, the Hotel des Coignard was once the property of the Coignard family, a dynasty of King printers and the French Academy. Many times changed, she particularly welcomed the municipal library, the museum of old Nogent or the District Court. Today the building houses an exhibition gallery and a music conservatory.

Opened in the late 1970s on the site of the old flag of poultry and eggs at the Halles de Paris, the Baltard pavilion still hosts concerts today, shows and television shows.

Built in the 1920s, the Royal Palace Theater is an institution with its registered Nogent-sur-Marne facade. Former mecca of music hall, it now offers a varied program. Be sure not to admire the exterior of the Smith-Champion castle classified historic monument but closed to the public.

As you walk through the Île city, you can also enjoy a rich heritage style Art Deco and Art Nouveau, or browse through the many parks and gardens to the public. The banks of the Marne, arranged, are also conducive to the ride, recalling the heyday of the taverns of old.

To learn more about the history of the city, towards the inter-museum Nogent-sur-Marne, labeled Museum of France. Opened in early 1960, it offers annual thematic exhibitions.

You can also visit the art Home Bernard Anthonioz, venue owned by the National Foundation of graphic and plastic arts. It is dedicated to the promotion of contemporary photography and graphic design through 5 exhibitions a year. The Art House is located in the building adjoining the National House of Artists and overlooks a 10-hectare park...

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