Villeneuve-la-Garenne is a French commune located in the department of Hauts-de-Seine in the region Île-de-France . It is the last municipality created in the department of Seine , theApril 9, 1929, during the Interwar period .
Villeneuve-la-Garenne is home to shipyards:
- Site of the French Naval Construction Company
- Vanpraet Chantiers Navals du Nord
Places and monuments
The town includes many monuments listed in the general inventory of the cultural heritage of France (8 houses, a garden, the concerted housing estate called Impasse Legendre, the parish church of Saint-Joseph , the primary and nursery school known as the Gallieni school group currently the Édouard-Manet school group, a building, the Chanteraines park , a terraced garden, the pharmaceutical plant known as the Mouneyrat laboratories, a joint development, the chemical plant known as the Pointet laboratories then Pointet-Girard then Rhône- Poulenc, the promenade des Chanteraines, the shipbuilding plant known as the Vandenbossche and Rachaert shipyards, the road bridge known as the Ile-Saint-Denis bridge,a group of houses and buildings).
Other monuments and places
- Chanteraines Railway
- Villeneuve-la-Garenne aquatic pit
- Mansion M lle Dupont de Chambon, built in the xix th century.
- Current School of Music, built in the xix th century.
- 100 Kilos Bar: The 100 Kilos café-hotel-restaurant was located on avenue de Gennevilliers (currently avenue de Verdun ) and rue Dupont-du-Chambon. It was the name of an association created in 1885 by the owner of the café, Mr. Bernard Judas. Membership in the association was reserved for people weighing a minimum of 100 kilograms. There is still a café with the same name but located on the opposite sidewalk (place André-Malraux ).
- The old cemetery and the new cemetery .
- Marie-Louise-Prévot Municipal Choreographic Center
- Aimé-Cesaire municipal library
- Music school
- André-Malraux Cinema
- “The Tree of Life” – Ceramic gable wall (Abinun)
- Megarama Cinema
- Max-Juclier Cultural Center
- Youth and Culture House
- The new World
- Pierre-Brossolette Space
- The Little Jesters of Paris