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Maison des Provinces de France - Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris Distance: 1.4 miTourist Information 55, Bd Jourdan Paris, France 75014 +33 699828394
Tour Super-Italie Distance: 1.6 miTourist Information 121-127 Avenue d'Italie Paris, France 75013
The tour Super-Italie is a residential skyscraper in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, France. Its exact address is 121-127, avenue d'Italie.Inaugurated in February 1974, with a total height of 112 meters, Super-Italie is the tallest tower of the wide operation of urbanism, known as Italie 13, which consisted in building residential towers in Paris' 13th arrondissement. A second tower of identical shape was planned to be built in the same block. However, the stopping of Italie 13 ordered during the mandate of the French President Valéry Giscard d'Estaing has led to the cancellation of the project.Also known in the neighbourhood under the nickname of the round tower, the tower distinguishes from the other towers of the arrondissement by its cylindrical shape while others are parallepipeds. Its total weight is of 44,000 tons, which represents about 4.5 times the weight of the Eiffel Tower.
Gymnase Elisabeth Centre Sportif Distance: 1.5 miTourist Information 7-15 Avenue Paul Appell Paris, France 75014
Maison Blanche (Paris Métro) Distance: 1.6 miTourist Information republique Paris, France 75013
Maison Blanche is a station of the Paris Métro, serving Line 7. South of this station, the line forks into two branches, one leading to Villejuif – Louis Aragon and the other to Mairie d'Ivry. The station is under the Avenue d'Italie, between the streets of Rue Caillaux and Rue Bourgon, near the Porte d'Italie, a gate in the former Thiers Wall.It opened as part of a planned section of Line 7, which was temporarily operated as part of Line 10 until the completion of the under-Seine crossing of line 7 from Pont de Sully to Place Monge. On 7 March 1930 the line was extended from Place d'Italie to Porte de Choisy, including Maison Blanche. The station was integrated into line 7 on 26 April 1931. The station is named after the district, which gets it name from a hotel of the same name, which is French for "White House".An extension of line 14 from Olympiades to Maison Blanche is planned, possibly taking over the branch to Villejuif – Louis Aragon. A possible extension of this line to Orly Airport was also announced by the French government in April 2009.
Le parc Montsouris est un jardin public situé dans le quartier du même nom, dans le sud de Paris, dans le 14e arrondissement de Paris. Pendant méridional du parc des Buttes-Chaumont, ce parc à l'anglaise aménagé à la fin du s'étend sur 15 hectares. Il est planté de nombreuses espèces végétales et abrite un grand nombre d'espèces d'oiseaux.Les panneaux d'information précisent que le parc doit son nom aux nombreux rongeurs qui s'étaient multipliés le long des moulins de la Bièvre.LocalisationLe parc Montsouris est situé entre la porte de Gentilly et la porte d'Arcueil. Il est délimité par le boulevard Jourdan au sud, les rues Gazan et de la Cité-Universitaire à l'est, l'avenue Reille au nord et les rues Nansouty et Émile-Deutsch-de-la-Meurthe à l'ouest.HistoriqueLe parc Montsouris est imaginé au Second Empire dans le cadre d'un projet destiné à offrir aux Parisiens des espaces verts aux quatre points cardinaux de Paris : bois de Boulogne à l'ouest, Parc des Buttes-Chaumont au nord, bois de Vincennes à l'est, et parc Montsouris au sud.
Porte d'Orléans is a station of line 4 of the Paris Métro and a stop on tramway line 3a. It is situated in the 14th Arrondissement, in the quartier of Petit-Montrouge. The station is the former southern terminus of line 4. A terminal loop was provided at the station for trains to turn around to return north towards Porte de Clignancourt. Passengers used to disembark at the arrival platform and then the train proceeded empty via the loop to the departure platform. The extension to Mairie de Montrouge modified the layout of the station, the northbound platform was extended toward the track coming from the former terminal loop to add a new entrance.HistoryThe station was opened on 30 October 1909 as part of the second section of line 4 opened between Porte d'Orléans and Raspail before it was connected under the Seine on 9 January 1910. In 2006, Paris Tramway Line 3 (now 3a) opened, with a stop at Porte d'Orléans.The station lies just on the Parisian side of the border with Montrouge, the neighbouring commune. In 2013, line 4 was extended south into Montrouge, with a future extension toward Bagneux planned. This should reduce bus traffic around the Porte d'Orléans.NameThe station is named after the Porte de d'Orléans, a gate in the nineteenth century Thiers wall of Paris, which led to the town of Orléans via the road now known as route nationale 20, or N20. Its subtitle is for the World War II general Philippe Leclerc de Hautecloque, known by his nom de guerre of Général Leclerc. On 25 August 1944, Leclerc entered Paris via the Porte d'Orléans with tanks of the 2nd Armored division, on his way to liberate Paris from the German occupation.