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Front de Seine : The north of Levallois-Perret.


The Front-de-Seine neighbourhood dominates the entire northern part of the Levallois-Perret municipality, stretching from west to east across the entire territory. To the south, Rue Paul-Vaillant-Couturier marks the boundary of the neighbourhood. This street separates Front-de-Seine from two other districts of Levallois-Perret: Général Leclerc and Jean-Zay. To the west, Rue de Villiers leads into Neuilly-sur-Seine. Clichy municipality is the eastern limit in the area. Finally, the Seine is part of the northern boundary. Indeed, a section of île de la Grande Jatte, located in the middle of the French river, is attached as well to the Front-de-Seine neighbourhood.

Quartier Front de Seine - Levallois-Perret


The Levallois-Perret municipality as well as the Front-de-Seine district, were previously part of Clichy history. The territory was originally a hunting area with little game. When in 1845, a large landowner, Étienne Noël, entrusted his land to Nicolas Eugène Levallois, this resulted in a noteworthy development for the village. In fact, with the help of his friend the surveyor Rivet, Nicolas Levallois made up plans for the town which later interested many buyers. In about twenty years, several buildings were constructed (schools, churches, companies, head offices…), and in 1867, the official creation of Levallois-Perret municipality was declared.

Today, the Front-de-Seine district is a large area close to the Seine, where the famous engineer Gustave Eiffel is buried.


Cultural sites

  • Sainte-Reine Church: This Catholic church is attached to the Saint-Justin parish and Nanterre diocese. It was built in 1956 by the Œuvre des Chantiers du Cardinal and blessed one year later.
  • Salle Naldini: This 150-seat theatre hosts performances once a month for shows lovers of all ages. In addition, the programme diversity allows families to introduce the joys of theatre to the family youngest members.


Local transportation

  • Cimetière de Levallois-Perret: Located in the north-east of the neighbourhood, this large cemetery of 74,660 m² was opened by Nicolas Levallois in 1868. Very renowned personalities are buried there, including Gustave Eiffel, designer of the famous tower, Maurice Ravel, a well-known 20th century composer, and Louise Michel, an iconic figure of anarchism and the libertarian movement.



  • Parc Collange: This garden located near Rue Paul-Vaillant-Couturier offers passers-by a relaxing and exotic setting thanks to its landscaped areas inspired by the five continents. Asian, African and Oceanic installations are surrounded by colourful plants and trees.
  • Île de la Jatte Park: Located in the “Île de la Jatte”, this green space has a wide variety of trees such as black pines, maples, white poplars and birches. Visitors will have the opportunity to get knowledge within an educational garden of medicinal and aromatic plants as well as an apiary.



  • George Sand Nursery School: 19, rue Baudin, 92300 Levallois-Perret.
    Access via metro line 3 (Pont de Levallois-Bécon) and bus lines 94 (Parc Mathilde Girault) and 274 (Anatole France).
  • Ecole Nouvelle Emilie Brandt: 12, rue du Parc, 92300 Levallois-Perret.
    Access via metro line 3 (Pont de Levallois-Bécon) and bus lines 94 (Place de Marie Jeanne Bassot) and 274 (Mairie de Levallois).
  • Louis Blériot Middle School: 162, rue Jules-Guesde, 92300 Levallois-Perret.
    Access via metro line 3 (Pont de Levallois-Bécon) and bus line 94 (Baudin).


Nearby transportation


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