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330 rue de Vaugirard, Paris, FR, 75015

  • Phone: (33) 1 48280374
  • Fax: (33) 1 48287517
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Attractions

»Paroisse Saint-Lambert de Vaugirard

This towering church is situated in the 15th Arrondissement of Paris. It features an impressive Gothic bell-tower and hosts a variety of events including youth activities, and classical and choral concerts.

2 Rue Gerbert
Paris, 75015

»Paroisse Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Grenelle

This 15th-arrondissement church was established in 1926. The interior filled with impressive murals and paintings by artist Henri Nozais in 1930, and also contains two stunning 19th-century stained glass windows. The church occasionally hosts classical and choral concerts as well.

14 Place Étienne Pernet
Paris, 75015

»Aquaboulevard

Few cities can say they have an aqua park right in the City Center, but that's exactly where Paris has had one for over ten years. Situated within a huge sports complex offering a number of other activities including tennis and weight training, the aqua park is equipped with hot tubs, sauna, wave pool and water slides. Try to avoid the busiest times (Wednesdays and weekends) for a splashtastic day out! Check out their website for detailed information.

4-6 Rue Louis Armand
Paris, 75015

»Plaisance Prayer Room (Mosque)

This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. For more information, call +33 8 3668 3112.

12 Passage de Gergovie
Paris, 75014

»Paroisse Jean-Baptiste de La Salle

This Catholic church is situated in the 15th Arrondissement of Paris. Its patron, Saint Jean-Baptiste de la Salle was a French professor and a pedagogical innovator who dedicated his life to educating poor children. The church is active within the community, hosting children's groups as well as occasional classical and choral concerts.

9 Rue du Docteur Roux
Paris, 75015

»Paroisse Catholique Saint Christophe de Javel

Built by Charles-Henri Bernard in 1933, this Catholic Church in Paris' 15th arrondissement hosts choirs as well as romantic music by composers such as Mendelssohn and Dvorak.

4 Rue Saint-Christophe
Paris, 75015

»Chapelle Saint Sauveur

This neo-Roman church is the work of architect Marcellin Vera, and was blessed by the archbishop of Paris after its completion on November 19, 1863. Linked with surrounding buildings by arched corridors, it occupies a central, privileged space on the grand court, facing the main entrance.

4 Parvis Corentin-Celton
Paris, 92130

»André-Citroën Park

Like many other green Parisian parks, the Andre-Citroën park is quite formal in its design: terraces, lawns and symmetrically arranged flower beds. It is dedicated to the famous car inventor, Citroën, whose first factory was situated near the banks of Javel nearby. Divided into "black," "white," "red," and "blue" gardens, it has a modern, futuristic aspect, emphasised by the large concrete patio, which dominates the "white" garden. Mostly visited by Parisians living in the area, it is fairly sheltered from the crowds of tourists who flock to the more famous parks. The visit is worthwhile though to see its cascades, luxurious plants, towers, lilies and its tranquillity.

Quai André Citroën
Paris, 75015

»Paroisse Saint-Léon

Located in Paris' 15th arrondissement, Église Saint-Léon was built in 1924, after the separation of church and state, to represent the image of modern Christianity. It features an organ dating from the 1950s and hosts choral and classical concerts throughout the year.

1 Place du Cardinal Amette
Paris, 75015

»Reform Church of Paris Plaisance

This small stone church is situated in the 14th arrondissement of Paris. It features a well organized program of events governed around a central theme, such as the understanding of artistic oeuvres. Église Réformée Paris Plaisance also hosts occasional choral and classical concerts.

95 rue de l'Ouest
Paris, 75014

»UNESCO House

Created through an international collaboration of French, American, and Italian architects and inaugurated in 1958, the Maison de l'Unesco has stood as a symbol for world culture and cooperation for decades. The main building stands seven stories tall and is shaped like a three-pronged star, next to the cubical "accordion" structure for permanent delegations and non-governmental organizations. It hosts dance, opera, and concert performances, conferences and debates, festivals and celebrations. The Maison presents marvelous cultural opportunities to visitors and citizens of Paris.

7 Place de Fontenoy
Paris, 75007

»Place de Catalogne

A monumental project, the plaza and the buildings dubbed Les Colonnes (The Columns) were created by Spanish architect and city planner Ricardo Bofill. The Columns were inspired by classical Mediterranean architecture and the baroque period. The Greek-temple style colonnade blends with the futuristic mirrored-glass facades that overlook the gardens. A fountain - a slanted disk over which water flows - reigns over the plaza. A pity that it's often not working. For more information regarding this place, call +33 8 3668 3112.

Place de Catalogne
Paris, 75014
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