Neuilly-sur-Seine

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commune in Hauts-de-Seine, France

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Geographical coordinates: 48.887222222 2.2675

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English Neuilly-sur-Seine

Neuilly-sur-Seine (French pronunciation: [nøji syʁ sɛn] (listen)), known as Neuilly, is a commune in the department of Hauts-de-Seine in France, just west of Paris. Immediately adjacent to the city, the area is composed of mostly select residential neighbourhoods, as well as many corporate headquarters and a handful of foreign embassies. It is the wealthiest and most expensive suburb of Paris.Together with the 16th and 7th arrondissement of Paris, the town of Neuilly-sur-Seine forms the most affluent and prestigious residential area in the whole of France.

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German Neuilly-sur-Seine

Neuilly-sur-Seine (französisch [nœji syʁ sɛn]) ist ein westlicher Vorort von Paris im Département Hauts-de-Seine mit 59.940 Einwohnern. Die Einwohner werden Neuilléens genannt.

Neuilly ist einer der bevorzugten Wohnorte des arrivierten und wohlhabenden französischen Bürgertums, vor allem Anwälte, Wirtschaftsfunktionäre und Prominente aus Film und Fernsehen leben dort. Zudem dient die Gemeinde als Sitz zahlreicher ausländischer Botschaften und Konsulate in Paris. Zusammen mit dem 7. und 16. Arrondissement in Paris wird die Gemeinde gemeinhin als wohlhabendstes und teuerstes Wohnviertel des gesamten Landes gezählt.

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Polish Neuilly-sur-Seine

Neuilly-sur-Seine – miejscowość i gmina we Francji, w regionie Île-de-France, w departamencie Hauts-de-Seine. Przez miejscowość przepływa Sekwana.

Według danych na rok 2012 gminę zamieszkiwało 62 021 osób, a gęstość zaludnienia wynosiła 16 628 osób/km². Wśród 1287 gmin regionu Île-de-France Neuilly-sur-Seine plasuje się na 771. miejscu pod względem powierzchni.

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Russian Нёйи-сюр-Сен

Нёйи́-сюр-Сен (фр. Neuilly-sur-Seine [nœˈji syʁ sɛn] — «Нёйи на Сене») — коммуна в департаменте О-де-Сен, на юге примыкающая к Булонскому лесу — западной окраине Парижа. Население около 62 075 чел. (на 2014 год).

Главная улица Нёйи, авеню Шарля де Голля, является естественным продолжением Елисейских Полей. Через Сену в Нёйи переброшен мост XVIII века — выдающийся памятник инженерной мысли того времени (расширен в 1935—40 годах). Булонский замок короля Франциска I не сохранился.

В XX веке это предместье стало приютом состоятельных жителей Парижа, в особенности бизнесменов и представителей творческой интеллигенции. 27 ноября 1919 года в Нёйи-сюр-Сен был заключён Нёйиский договор между Болгарией и странами Антанты.

15 мая 1993 года в Нейи-сюр-Сен был убит террорист Эрик Шмитт, в течение 46 часов удерживавший в заложниках группу детей (21 ребёнка) в местном детском саду, требуя выкуп 100 000 000 франков.

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Ukrainian Нейї-сюр-Сен

Неї́-сюр-Сен (фр. Neuilly-sur-Seine) — місто та муніципалітет у Франції, у регіоні Іль-де-Франс, департамент О-де-Сен. Населення — 62 075 осіб (2014).

Муніципалітет розташований на відстані близько 8 км на північний захід від Парижа, 6 км на схід від Нантерра.

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cs Neuilly-sur-Seine

Neuilly-sur-Seine (výslovnost: [nœji syʀ sɛn]) je město ležící na severozápadní hranici Paříže (asi 6,8 km od centra); spadá pod departement Hauts-de-Seine, region Île-de-France. Jedná se o jednu z nejhustěji obydlených obcí v Evropě.

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Spanish Neuilly-sur-Seine

Neuilly-sur-Seine (pronunciación en francés: /nøji syʁ sɛn/ ( escuchar)) es una ciudad y comuna francesa situada en el departamento de Altos del Sena, de la región

de Isla de Francia y el área metropolitana de París.

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French Neuilly-sur-Seine

Neuilly-sur-Seine (/nø.ji.syʁ.sɛn/) est une commune française située dans le département des Hauts-de-Seine, en région Île-de-France.

Elle est limitrophe de la ville de Paris au nord-ouest, sur la rive droite de la Seine. Commune huppée, elle est, avec le 6e, 7e, 8e et 16e arrondissements de Paris, généralement comptée comme l'une des cinq zones résidentielles les plus chères et riches de France,.

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Italian Neuilly-sur-Seine

Neuilly-sur-Seine (pronuncia francese [nœˈji syʁˈsɛn(ə)]) è un comune francese di 61 242 abitanti situato nel dipartimento dell'Hauts-de-Seine nella regione dell'Île-de-France.

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Japanese ヌイイ=シュル=セーヌ

ヌイイ=シュル=セーヌ (Neuilly-sur-Seine)は、フランスのパリ西部近郊にある都市(コミューン)。パリ中心から6.8キロメートルの距離にある。ヌイイ=シュル=セーヌは、ヨーロッパでも特に人口密度の高い都市のひとつでもある。

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pt Neuilly-sur-Seine

Neuilly-sur-Seine é uma comuna francesa do departamento de Altos do Sena, localizado na região da Ilha de França. Os naturais dessa cidade são conhecidos por neuilléens.

No antigo cemitério de Neuilly estão sepultados os corpos do pintor russo Wassily Kandinsky e do engenheiro e inventor francês (nascido na Espanha e naturalizado brasileiro) Dimitri Sensaud de Lavaud, que, em 1910, realizou o primeiro voo de aeroplano no Brasil.

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zh 塞纳河畔讷伊

塞納河畔讷伊(法語:Neuilly-sur-Seine),是法國巴黎西北郊的市镇,属于巴黎以西的上塞纳省。《納伊條約》的簽署地。

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Places located in Neuilly-sur-Seine

Folie Saint James

The Folie St. James was a French landscape garden created between 1777 and 1780 in the Paris suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine by Claude Baudard de Saint James, the treasurer of the French Navy under Louis XV of France. It was the work of landscape architect François-Joseph Bélanger, who had designed the garden of the Bagatelle for the Comte d'Artois. Saint James instructed Bélanger: "make what you want as long as it's expensive."The main attraction of the garden was a collection of forty-eight fabriques, or architectural constructions, placed on both sides of the avenue de Longchamp, and connected by two tunnels. The garden also featured a winding stream, crossed by numerous bridges. The fabriques included kiosques, a Chinese pavilion used an icehouse, temples, a thatched cottage, and an enormous artificial rock formation created of blocks of stone carried in carts from the Forest of Fontainebleau. The rock formation was forty three metres long, eighteen metres wide, and twelve metres high. The portico of a Doric temple was placed in an alcove of the rocks, and two staircases led up to view platforms on top of the rocks. Behind the rocks was a cascade of water which flowed into the stream. Inside the artificial rock hill was a winding tunnel encrusted with minerals and crystals, and several grottoes, as well as a bathing room with a vaulted ceiling and divans.

The Scottish gardener Thomas Blaikie described the Folie this way: "This garden is, without doubt, an example of extravagance rather than taste. There is a rock built in front of the house, or rather an arch made of great blocks of stone over which water seems to flow. But although it was built at great cost, it has nothing to do with nature or natural beauty, since the rocks are mixed with carved stones, and there is a small Corinthian temple in the centre,and all the rest is equally ridiculous, because there is no mountain or height in the vicinity to form this enormous mass of rocks." Saint James was ruined by the financial crisis of 1780, and in 1787 all his belongings, including the Folie, were seized and sold. The garden was partially destroyed in 1895.

Pont de Neuilly

Coordinates: 48°53′12″N 2°15′17″E

The Pont de Neuilly (English: Bridge of Neuilly) is a road and rail bridge carrying the Route nationale 13 (N13) and Paris Métro Line 1 which crosses the Seine between the right bank of Neuilly-sur-Seine and Courbevoie and Puteaux on the left bank in the department of Hauts-de-Seine. It faces the headquarters of La Défense and is aligned on the Axe historique of Paris.

Maisons Jaoul

Maisons Jaoul are a celebrated pair of houses in the upmarket Paris suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine, designed by Le Corbusier and built in 1954–56. They are among his most important post-war buildings and feature a rugged aesthetic of unpainted cast concrete "béton brut" and roughly detailed brickwork.

avenue Charles-de-Gaulle

Avenue Charles-de-Gaulle is an avenue in Neuilly-sur-Seine, Paris, France, named after Charles de Gaulle.

The avenue forms part of the Route nationale 13. Until 1971, it was called Avenue de Neuilly, a rare case in France where the road bears the name of the commune in which it is found. Avenue Charles-de-Gaulle continues along Paris's axe historique, which stretches from the original Palais des Tuileries to Porte Maillot, and which finishes at Pont de Neuilly. It forms a segment of the axe majeur, which links Paris and La Défense. It is used by a daily flow of 160,000 vehicles.Since 1992, part of the avenue passed underground for 440 metres, at the exit of Neuilly-sur-Seine. This was due to the completion of the couverture Madrid.

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