Comfort Hotel Au Firmament Asnieres-sur-Seine
58 Rue De La Sabliere
Phone: (33) 1 47931066
Fax: (33) 1 47935859
58 Rue De La Sabliere, Asnieres-sur-Seine, FR, 92600
- Phone: (33) 1 47931066
- Fax: (33) 1 47935859
The Evangelical Church of Courbevoie is a member of the Federation of Baptist Evangelical Churches of France and of the Protestant Federation of France, and believes primarily in the importance of brotherly love for all Christians. The church welcomes all with consideration to respect their personal convictions, and great importance is assigned to the study of religious writings and beliefs.
Maison de la Pêche et de la Nature teaches children about the local ecology. In fact, it is an activity center, museum and aquarium all rolled into one. Children love not only looking at the fish, but being able to feed them as well.
Located in the old city or village of Evry, the origins of the Église Saint Pierre-Saint Paul go back to the 13th Century. The architecture of this small church is typical of the period, although the north-sourth orientation was unusual. Fallen into ruins in the 15th Century, however, the church was rebuilt with the traditional east-west orientation. Inside, an organ of quality and modern stained glass windows created by the Bénédictins de Saint Benoît sur Loire brighten the quiet space.
Named for the patron saint of Paris and Nanterre, where she was born in 420 CE, the église Sainte-Geneviève welcomes the faithful into its rose-hued walls. Inside, the 1893 John and Edwin Abbey organ provides musical accompaniment to masses, ceremonies and parties, marriages and funerals, as well as classical concerts. Mass is offered once each day except for Monday, and twice on Sunday at 8:30a and 10:30a Call for details.
The majestic Hôtel de Ville of Levallois-Perret was completed in only three years and inaugurated on March 27, 1898. Designed by the architect Jamin, it is particularly symbolic, marking the creation of a true town on this stretch of land once owned by only a few noblemen. Today, municipal committees and elected officials conduct their business and interactions with citizens inside. Art exhibits are also shown in the building.
Offered up for rent or purchase after the War of 1870, the Protestant Temple of Neuilly was not officially church property until March of 1903. It was entirely renovated in 1966, on the occasion of the building's 100th anniversary, essentially creating the structure as it remains to this day. Numerous schools, bible studies, conferences, and lectures are organized at the church.
The rectilinear, sand-colored façade of the Saint Jean-Baptiste Church in Neuilly-sur-Seine welcomes visitors and parishioners through towering green doors centered atop a broad staircase. In addition to Sunday Mass, the space hosts gospel and classical concerts.
With buildings such as the CNIT (Centre National des Industries et Techniques) or the Grande Arche, the architecture of the La Defense complex is definitely futuristic. Over 1000 major blue chip companies have set up their head offices here. La Defense also houses one of the largest shopping centers in Europe - the Quatre-Temps has over 250 shops. The promenade on the square (a vast concrete slab that makes up its base) exhibits contemporary sculptures by famous artists, such as Calder, Miro and Takis.
The beautiful, articulate facade of the Saint Pierre Church in Neuilly sur Seine forms the symmetrical construction at one end of a traditional, Roman cross-shaped place of worship. It houses an active Catholic parish in majestic architecture, surrounded by vegetation although it is centrally located (not far from La Défense) and serves an urban population. For enthusiasts of religious music, the organ is as impressive as the architecture.
Located in the 17th arrondissement of Paris, to the north of the city center, Boulevard de Reims has a lot to offer. The Piscine Champerret center offers recreation facilities like swimming, where you can spend a day. You will also find events such as circuses and concerts happening at the street, at the crossroads of Boulevard de Reims and Square Saint-Odile. Call tourist information on +33 8 3668 3112 for details.
The Cirques Romanes is an event venue where there is something happening, sometime or the other. They have plays, movie screenings, concerts, book readings and more. A culturally adept place where a lot of Parisians gather together for a night of cultural fun. And especially since Paris is known to the be the cultural hub of the world this place is must visit. For further details do check their website.
This 17th Arrondissement church was in the process of construction in 1941. During these times of war, the parish hid the towers bells so that they would not be seized and melted down to construct armaments. The church was finished in 1946, and features impressive Romano-Byzantine construction with stunning stained glass windows. Église Sainte Odile occasionally hosts Choral and Classical Concerts