Hauts-de-Seine

Who said island France generally referred to Paris, but the region of Ile de France contains much more than the capital. The small crown of the island of France also has the Hauts-de-Seine department is fairly new but its history is much older. Things to see and do in Hauts-de-Seine: The visit of the Hauts-de-Seine can be totally cultural, this department is rich in museums and art houses. Many of the greatest artists, painters, poets and writers have lived in this part of the Ile de France. Albert Kahn Museum: at the subway exit https://www.cityzeum.com/tourisme/boulogne-billancourt Boulogne-Billancourt, this museum is surrounded by a beautiful park of 4 hectares. This museum contains a large collection of photography of the twentieth century. It also contains beautiful gardens including two typical Japanese, an English and a French garden. A very large collection of artistic masterpieces in the form of gardens left by the pacifist banker Albert Kahn. It takes around 5 € entry full price, children under 12 are admitted free. Access: Subway: Boulogne - Saint Cloud Bridge (terminus of line 10) Bus: 52, 72, 126, 160, 175, 460, 467 (stop Rhine and Danube) https://www.cityzeum.com/l -arboretum-of-the-valley-to-valley wolves the wolves: for lovers of the great outdoors maintained, the park of the valley wolves will their happiness. This beautiful park stretches over 50 hectares entirely done in an artistic way. In this park you can see the house of Chateaubriand. In this park you can visit three parts: the arboretum, the landscaped green island. The arboretum is only for a tree collection of about




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