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Épinettes: a place with wine-growing origins.

 

Épinettes district is located in the 17th arrondissement. It is the 68th administrative district in Paris. To the north and northwest, it is bounded by Boulevard Bessières and Boulevards des Maréchaux. To the east, Saint-Ouen and Clichy avenues separate it from Grandes-Carrières. To the south, the boundary is Rue des Dames, while to the southwest, Rue Lemercier and Avenue de Clichy mark its border with Batignolles.

Quartier des Epinettes - Paris 17
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History

The neighbourhood was probably named after a grape variety of white pinot called ” épinette blanche”. Another hypothesis is that it took its name from the brambles that originally grew on its land. In any case, the first time this name was mentioned dated back to 1693. Before its annexation to Paris, Épinettes was a hamlet that prospered thanks to its agricultural and hunting development. In 1860, the village became part of Paris, forming the 17th arrondissement with Batignolles, Plaine Monceau and Ternes neighbourhoods. At that time, the city became industrialised and its working-class increased until 1999, while managers and intermediate professions percentage exceeded 50%.
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Cultural sites

  • Saint-Joseph-des-Épinettes Church: this parish church was built between 1909 and 1910 by the architect Louis Thomas. In this building, we find Hippolyte Debroise bloody shirt, a young worker who fell victim to a stray bullet fired by anarchists during the Corpus Christi procession in Dugny in 1907.
  • Théâtre de la Jonquière: this theatre is known for the support it gives to young creators. Its hall has a capacity of 98 seats.

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Local landmarks

  • Cité des Fleurs: this place was created one year after the success of Ernest Goüin et Cie railway company, founded in 1846. The latter specialised in locomotives construction and spinning machines, quickly recruiting 2,000 people. Among various residents of this place was Alfred Sisley, impressionist painter, author of “View of Montmartre from Cité des Fleurs to Les Batignolles” in 1869. This painting is now exhibited in Grenoble museum.

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Parks

  • Square des Épinettes: in this one-hectare park, you find ginkgos, holm oaks and two rows of chestnut trees, inter alia.
  • Square Ernest Goüin: This garden was created in 1935 and underwent several improvements between 1984 and 2007. Austrian black pines and roses allow visitors to enjoy various playgrounds in the shade. This park of 4,355 m² pays tribute to Ernest-Alexandre Goüin, locomotives manufacturer, railway infrastructures and metal structures.

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Schools

  • Sainte-Marthe School: 5bis, rue Lacaille, 75017 Paris. Access via metro line 13 (Guy Môquet) and bus lines 31 (Guy Môquet) and 54 (Rue des Moines).
  • Stéphane Mallarmé Middle School: 29, rue de la Jonquière, 75017 Paris. Access via metro line 13 (Guy Môquet), bus lines 31 (Guy Môquet) and 54 (Rue des Moines) and tramway line 3 b (Porte de Saint-Ouen).
  • Maria Deraismes Vocational School: 19, rue Maria Deraismes, 75017 Paris. Access via metro line 13 (Guy Môquet), bus line 31 (Guy Môquet) and tramway line 3 b (Porte de Saint-Ouen).

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Nearby transportation

Métro      Métro - Ligne 13

Tramway      Tramway - Ligne 3B

RER      RER - Ligne C

Bus      Bus - Ligne 31  Bus - Ligne 54  Bus - Ligne 66  Bus - Ligne 74  Bus - Ligne 81  Bus - Ligne 341

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