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Discover the Plaine Monceaux district - Paris 17

Plaine-de-Monceaux: neighbourhood of old mounds.


Located in the 17th arrondissement, Plaine-de-Monceaux is the 66th administrative neighbourhood in the capital. To the south, it is bordered by Boulevard de Courcelles, which separates it from Europe neighbourhood. Along this direction, you can reach Parc Monceau. To the north, Plaine-Monceau extends until Boulevard des Maréchaux. To the west, Rue Rennequin is the border between this neighbourhood and Ternes neighbourhood. Finally, to the east, Rue de Tocqueville marks the border with Batignolles neighbourhood.

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Abbreviated to “Plaine-Monceau”, the neighbourhood name comes from one or more mounds existing there, at the place where it stands today. Situated on the road linking Paris to Asnières, the former hamlet was attached to Clichy parish. The village centre is located at Rue de Lévis. Under the old Regime, Plaine-de-Monceaux was an important hunting area until 1791. During the Second Empire, two landowners played a major role in the industrialisation and urbanisation of the neighbourhood: the Pereire brothers.

Cultural sites

  • Musée national Jean-Jacques-Henner: entirely dedicated to the French painter Jean-Jacques Henner, this museum opened its doors to visitors in 1924. Marie Henner, the artist’s nephew’s widow, donated the building and part of the painter’s work to the State one year before the opening.


Local landmarks

  • Cité de l’Économie et de la Monnaie: shortened to “Citéco”, this museum, created under the leadership of Banque de France, enables visitors to understand the economic world well through various exhibitions and other workshops. The museum is open to all, even beginners.



  • Square Jérôme-Bellat: this small garden is located near the blocks constructed by the architect Jérôme Bellat. In addition to its children’s playground, this park is flowered with rose bushes.
  • Jardin de la Place-du-Général-Catroux: located in front of the Banque de France building, this lawn houses the statue of three 19th century personalities: Sarah Bernhardt, Alexandre Dumas père and Alexandre Dumas fils. The garden pays tribute to General Catroux, who joined General de Gaulle’s troops in London.



  • Gustave Doré School: 3, rue Gustave Doré, 75017 Paris. Access via metro lines 2 (Courcelles) and 3 (Wagram).
  • Tocqueville – Fénelon Sainte-Marie Primary School: 17bis, rue de Tocqueville, 75017 Paris. Access via metro lines 2 and 3 (Villiers).
  • Sainte-Ursule Middle School: 16, avenue Gourgaud, 75017 Paris. Access via metro line 3 (Pereire), bus lines 84 and 92 (Pereire – Le Chatelier) and RER C (Pereire Levallois).
  • Carnot Secondary School: 145, boulevard Malesherbes, 75017 Paris. Access via metro line 3 (Malesherbes) and bus line 31 (Jouffroy d’Abbans – Malesherbes).


Nearby transportation

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Properties for sale / rental in the neighbourhood

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Rue de Prony/ Parc Monceau. A sublime 144 sqm duplex apartment. Bathed in sunshine and in (...)
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21 m2
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52 m2
649 000 €
Porte Maillot/Place Saint Ferdinand. A renovated 52 sqm two-room apartment on an upper flo (...)
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