Saint-Denis

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commune in Seine-Saint-Denis, Paris agglomeration, France

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Geographical coordinates: 48.935555555 2.353888888

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English Saint-Denis, Seine-Saint-Denis

Saint-Denis (, French: [sɛ̃d(ə)ni] (listen)) is a commune in the northern suburbs of Paris, France. It is located 9.4 km (5.8 mi) from the centre of Paris. Saint-Denis is a subprefecture (French: sous-préfecture) of the department of Seine-Saint-Denis, being the seat of the arrondissement of Saint-Denis.

Saint-Denis is home to the royal necropolis of the Basilica of Saint-Denis and was also the location of the associated abbey. It is also home to France's national football and rugby stadium, the Stade de France, built for the 1998 FIFA World Cup.

Saint-Denis is a formerly industrial suburb currently changing its economic base.

Inhabitants of Saint-Denis are called Dionysiens.

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German Saint-Denis (Seine-Saint-Denis)

Saint-Denis [ˌsɛ̃dəˈni] ist eine französische Stadt mit 112.091 Einwohnern (Stand: 1. Januar 2018) im Département Seine-Saint-Denis und ist Amtssitz der Unterpräfektur im Arrondissement Saint-Denis. Sie liegt unmittelbar nördlich von Paris und bildet heute einen Teil der Banlieue. Die Einwohner werden Dionysiens genannt.

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Polish Saint-Denis (Sekwana-Saint-Denis)

Saint-Denis – miejscowość i gmina we Francji, w regionie Île-de-France, w departamencie Sekwana-Saint-Denis.

Według danych na rok 2013 gminę zamieszkiwało 109 343 osób, a gęstość zaludnienia wynosiła 8847 osób/km² (wśród 1287 gmin regionu Île-de-France Saint-Denis plasuje się na 5. miejscu pod względem liczby ludności, natomiast pod względem powierzchni na miejscu 264.).

Miasto słynie z gotyckiej bazyliki Saint-Denis oraz stadionu Stade de France. Znajdują się tutaj dwie stacje kolejowe: Gare de Saint-Denis i Gare du Stade de France – Saint-Denis.

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Russian Сен-Дени

Сен-Дени́ (фр. Saint-Denis [sɛ̃.d(ə).ni] слушать) — коммуна во Франции, в 9 км к северу от центра Парижа, население — 109,3 тыс. жителей (2013). Находится на правом берегу Сены, при впадении построенного в 1824 году канала Сен-Дени, против острова того же названия. Имеет прямое транспортное сообщение с Парижем (станция RER D Стад де Франс — Сен-Дени и четыре станции линии 13 Парижского метрополитена).

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Ukrainian Сен-Дені (Сена-Сен-Дені)

Сен-Дені́ (фр. Saint-Denis) — місто та муніципалітет у Франції, у регіоні Іль-де-Франс, департамент Сена-Сен-Дені. Населення — 107 762 осіб (2011).

Муніципалітет розташований на відстані близько 9 км на північ від Парижа.

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cs Saint-Denis

Saint-Denis je město v severní části metropolitní oblasti Paříže ve Francii v departmentu Seine-Saint-Denis a regionu Île-de-France. Od centra Paříže je vzdálené 9,4 km.

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Spanish Saint-Denis

Saint-Denis[6]​ es una comuna francesa ubicada en el departamento de Sena-Saint Denis en la región de Isla de Francia. Es la subprefectura del distrito de Saint-Denis, y el chef-lieu de los cantones de Saint-Denis-Nord-Est, Saint-Denis-Nord-Ouest y Saint-Denis-Sud.

Saint-Denis se localiza en los suburbios de París, a 9,4 km al norte de dicha ciudad. En esta localidad se encuentran la necrópolis real de la Basílica de Saint-Denis, el estadio nacional de Francia, el Stade de France, construido para albergar la Copa Mundial de Fútbol de 1998 y la Ciudad del cine (Cité du cinéma).

Inicialmente un suburbio industrial, Saint-Denis se ha convertido en los últimos tiempos en una localidad residencial, habitada en gran parte por inmigración musulmana proveniente de las antiguas colonias francesas y de países latinoamericanos.

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French Saint-Denis (Seine-Saint-Denis)

Saint-Denis (prononciation : /sɛ̃.d(ə).ni/, ou localement /sɛ̃.ni/) est une commune française limitrophe de Paris, située au nord de la capitale, dans le département de la Seine-Saint-Denis, dont elle est sous-préfecture, en région Île-de-France.

C'est la plus peuplée du département, devant Montreuil, et la 3e d'Île-de-France après Paris et Boulogne-Billancourt dans les Hauts-de-Seine (92).

Ses habitants sont appelés les Dionysiens.

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Italian Saint-Denis (Senna-Saint-Denis)

Saint-Denis (IPA: [sɛ̃ dəni]) è un comune francese di 106 927 abitanti situato nel dipartimento della Senna-Saint-Denis nella regione dell'Île-de-France. I suoi abitanti si chiamano Dionysiens: in latino Denis si dice Dionysius (da cui l'italiano Dionigi), derivato del nome del dio greco Dioniso.

Saint-Denis è membro-fondatore della Comunità d'agglomerazione Plaine Commune, che si estende su otto città alle porte di Parigi.

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Japanese サン=ドニ

サン=ドニ(Saint-Denis)はフランス、セーヌ=サン=ドニ県のコミューン。

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pt Saint-Denis (Seine-Saint-Denis)

Saint-Denis é uma comuna francesa de 94.700 habitantes (2004) situada no departamento de Seine-Saint-Denis, na região Île-de-France.

Saint-Denis é famosa por ser sede do Stade de France, um dos mais modernos estádios de futebol da Europa.

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zh 聖但尼 (塞納-聖但尼省)

圣但尼(法語:Saint-Denis,法语发音:[sɛ̃.d(ə).ni] ( 聆聽)),法国中北部城市,法兰西岛大区塞纳-圣但尼省的一个市镇,也是该省的一个副省会,下辖圣但尼区,其市镇面积为12.36平方公里,2017年1月1日时人口数量为111,135人,是该省人口数量最多的市镇,在所有法国城市中排名第35位。

圣但尼位于塞纳-圣但尼省西部,塞纳河东岸,是巴黎北部重要的卫星城,人口数量在法兰西岛排名第三,仅次于巴黎和布洛涅-比扬古。圣但尼市中心距离巴黎约9公里,通过多条区域铁路与之相连。

圣但尼历史悠久,建于中世纪的圣但尼圣殿前身为圣但尼修道院,是法国重要的宗教建筑,法兰西历代国王大多埋葬于此,法国大革命期间受到严重破坏,后逐渐修复,1966年起成为天主教圣但尼教区的主教座堂。近代圣但尼则是巴黎北部重要的工业区,人口数量快速上升,并聚集了大量的工人阶级,当地政府自20世纪初期长期由法国共产党执政。1998年,位于圣但尼境内的法兰西体育场建成并向公众开放,后者为法国规模最大的体育设施。

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Places located in Saint-Denis

musée d'art et d'histoire de Saint-Denis

The Musée d'Art et d'Histoire (in English: Art and History Museum), is a museum located in the historical city of Saint-Denis, France, in the northern outskirts of Paris.The museum, established in 1982, is located in an ancient cloister of the order of the Carmelites, founded in 1625, not far from the Basilique Saint-Denis.

The museum holds displays about the Carmelites, the Paris Commune and the surrealist poet, Paul Éluard. There is also an archaeological department focusing on the ancient finds in and around the Basilique Saint-Denis.

From September to December 2007, the museum had a display about the Silk Road, entitled "Marco Polo et le Livre des Merveilles".

Recommended access is underground Metro station Saint-Denis Porte de Paris, on Line 13, located about 100 meters south of the museum.

Stade de France – Saint-Denis

Stade de France – Saint-Denis is a railway station serving Saint-Denis, a northern suburb of Paris in Seine-Saint-Denis department, France. It is near the Stade de France, on the RER D suburban railway line. It is on the Paris–Lille railway.

Gare de Saint-Denis

Saint-Denis is a railway station serving Saint-Denis, a northern suburb of Paris in Seine-Saint-Denis department, France. It is on the lines from Paris-Nord to Pontoise, Beauvais and Creil.

The station was the terminus of tramway T1 between 1992 and 2012 when the line was extended to Asnières – Gennevilliers – Les Courtilles. In 2014, a stop on tramway T8 was opened.

Basilica of Saint-Denis

The Basilica of Saint-Denis (French: Basilique royale de Saint-Denis, or simply Basilique Saint-Denis) is a large medieval abbey church in the city of Saint-Denis, now a northern suburb of Paris. The building is of singular importance historically and architecturally as its choir, completed in 1144, shows the first use of all of the elements of Gothic architecture.

The site originated as a Gallo-Roman cemetery in late Roman times. The archaeological remains still lie beneath the cathedral; the people buried there seem to have had a faith that was a mix of Christian and pre-Christian beliefs and practices. Around 475 St. Genevieve purchased some land and built Saint-Denys de la Chapelle. In 636 on the orders of Dagobert I the relics of Saint Denis, a patron saint of France, were reinterred in the basilica. The relics of St-Denis, which had been transferred to the parish church of the town in 1795, were brought back again to the abbey in 1819.The basilica became a place of pilgrimage and the burial place of the French Kings with nearly every king from the 10th to the 18th centuries being buried there, as well as many from previous centuries. (It was not used for the coronations of kings, that function being reserved for the Cathedral of Reims; however, French Queens were commonly crowned there.) "Saint-Denis" soon became the abbey church of a growing monastic complex.

In the 12th century, the Abbot Suger rebuilt portions of the abbey church using innovative structural and decorative features. In doing so, he is said to have created the first truly Gothic building. The basilica's 13th-century nave is the prototype for the Rayonnant Gothic style, and provided an architectural model for many medieval cathedrals and abbeys of northern France, Germany, England and a great many other countries.

The abbey church became a cathedral in 1966 and is the seat of the Bishop of Saint-Denis, Pascal Michel Ghislain Delannoy. Although known as the "Basilica of St Denis", the cathedral has not been granted the title of Minor Basilica by the Vatican.The 86m high spire, dismantled in the nineteenth century, will be rebuilt. The project, initiated more than 30 years ago, will begin in May 2020. It should take about 11 years and cost 28 million euros.

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