Vincennes — достопримечательности и интересные факты

Vincennes находится в находится в северной части части Франции (Departement du Val-de-Marne, Region Ile-de-France), 39 километров на север от города Region Ile-de-France. Тут мы насчитали 4 достопримечательности. Вот некоторые наиболее интересные из них: Венсенский замок, Ботанический парк, Кинотеатр MK2 Bibliotheque, Театр "Астраль". В окрестностях также есть на что посмотреть. На западе в 2 километрах размещается Ателье Каролин Карлсон, Театр Мюзикла Марсолан (2 км). На юго-западе в 2 километрах размещается Музей искусств Африки и Океании. На юге в 2 километрах размещается Венсенский лес, Мост Турнель (2 км).

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Театр "Астраль"
Ателье Каролин Карлсон Nation
Театр Мюзикла Марсолан Nation
Музей искусств Африки и Океании Saint-Mande
Венсенский лес Saint-Maurice
Мост Турнель Saint-Mande
Тропический аквариум во дворце Порт-Доре Saint-Mande
Музей истории иммиграции Saint-Mande
Парижский Зоопарк Saint-Mande
Аэропорт G. /TGV Rail Svc Saint-Maurice
Площадь Наций Nation
Кладбище Пик-Пюс Nation
Национальный театр де ла Коллина Paris 20 Menilmontant
Театр Бульвиль Nation
Кладбище Пер-Лашез Paris 20 Menilmontant
Кабаре Artishow Nation
Кафе "Медведи" Paris 20 Menilmontant
Памятник Виктору Науру Paris 20 Menilmontant
Accro Terre
Paris 11 Popincourt
Аллея Promenade Paris 12 Reuilly
Венсенский ипподром Joinville-le-Pont
Musee des Arts Forains Bercy
Vincennes — Новости

Интересные факты Vincennes

Vincennes () is a commune in the Val de Marne department in the eastern suburbs of Paris France It is located from the centre of Paris It is one of the most densely populated municipalities in Europe Зміст1 History2 Sights3 Art4 Porcelain5 Transport6 Twin towns – Sister cities7...  Подробнее
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Vincennes () is a commune in the Val-de-Marne department in the eastern suburbs of Paris, France. It is located from the centre of Paris. It is one of the most densely populated municipalities in Europe.Зміст1 History2 Sights3 Art4 Porcelain5 Transport6 Twin towns – Sister cities7 Vincennes University8 Notable residents9 Image gallery10 See also11 References12 External linksHistoryThe Marquis de Sade was imprisoned in Vincennes fortress in 1777, where he remained (mainly: he escaped for a little over a month in 1778), until February 1784, when Vincennes fortress was closed and de Sade was transferred to the Bastille. In 1929, the commune of Vincennes lost about half of its territory when the city of Paris annexed the Bois de Vincennes, a large part of which belonged to the commune of Vincennes.In 1821, the noted French poet, Alfred de Vigny, wrote his poem La Prison, which details the last days of The Man in the Iron Mask at Vincennes.In 1849, a test was conducted on Claude-Étienne Minié's invention the Minié ball which would prove successful and years later be adopted by the French army. Vincennes was also the site of some famous European colonial expositions in the 20th century in which fairs were held to showcase artifacts from former European colonies.SightsThe city is famous for its castle, the Château de Vincennes, and its park, the Bois de Vincennes hosting the only larger zoo in Paris, Paris Zoological Park (though these two are now within the limits of the City of Paris). It also features a large military fort, now housing various army services. This fort and an adjoining plain known as the "Polygon" has historically been an important proving ground for French armaments.The city is also home to the Service Historique de la Défense (SHD), which holds the archival records of the French Armed Forces.Service Historique de la Défense. Accessed November 24, 2013.ArtIn 1933 Georges Saupique was commissioned to work on one of three "dessus-de-porte" to be placed above the doors of the new Vincennes' town hall "salle des fêtes". His composition involved allegorical figures representing commerce and industry supporting the Vincennes' coat of armsPorcelainIn the old royal château, a porcelain manufactory was established in 1740, specializing in imitations of Meissen porcelain and naturalistic flowers, which were incorporated into bouquets under the direction of Parisian marchands-merciers. The Vincennes porcelain factory continued until 1756, when the production was transferred to new buildings at Sèvres, initiating the career of world-famous Sèvres porcelain.TransportVincennes is served by two stations on Paris Métro Line 1: Bérault and Château de Vincennes.Vincennes is also served by Vincennes station on Paris RER line A.The public transport network also includes 11 bus lines : 46, 56, 112, 114, 115, 118, 124, 210, 215, 318 and 325.Twin towns – Sister citiesVincennes is twinned with: Castrop-Rauxel, Germany Lambeth, United Kingdom Montigny-le-Tilleul, Belgium Tomar, Portugal Vincennes, Indiana, United StatesVincennes UniversityIn 1970 the "University of Paris VIII" was established in Vincennes as France's first major experiment in open admissions education, as a result of the academic reforms which followed the student risings of 1968. Intended to lessen the French university system's traditional emphasis on formal and elitist schooling, the school (generally known simply as Vincennes) admitted students without the usual entrance requirement of the baccalaureat degree and introduced courses such as the History of Cinema, Sexology, and Third World Economics. Enrollments peaked at 32,000 with more than 40% of students holding full-time jobs off the campus. However problems associated with political unrest and alleged widespread drug usage among the student body led to the resignation of the Vincennes University President and the relocation of the campus to Saint-Denis by the French Government in 1980.Time Magazine March 31, 1980Notable residents Alphonse Halimi, boxerImage galleryPano vincennes.JPGPanoramic view of the church and City Hall of VincennesDonjon du Château de Vincennes.jpgMain tower of the Vincennes medieval castleBois de Vincennes - Paris.jpgThe Vincennes Park in autumnParc zoologique de Vincennes 20060816 18.jpgThe famous rock of Vincennes zooSee also Vélodrome de Vincennes Communes of the Val-de-Marne departmentReferences INSEE Mayors of Essonne Association NotesExternal links Vincennes town council website

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