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République Point du Jour: the business district.


The République-Point-du-Jour district is located south-east of Boulogne-Billancourt, at the very end of the commune. To the north, it is bordered by another district of the city, that of Centre-ville, which is limited by Avenue Édouard Vaillant. To the east, Ferdinand Buisson and Félix d’Hérelle avenues lead to Porte de Saint-Cloud. To the south, it is possible to see the Seine river, the edge of the district, via Quai du Point du Jour. Finally, to the west, it is delimited by Boulevard Jean Jaurès, which separates it from the Billancourt-Rives de Seine district.

Quartier République Point du Jour - Boulogne Billancourt


Founded in 1330, the city first bore the name of Boulogne-la-Petite, in reference to Boulogne-sur-Mer where a pilgrimage dedicated to Marie was highly prized, the aim being to offer the same kind of services, but closer to Paris. It became Boulogne-sur-Seine after the Revolution. In 1859 its merger with Billancourt took place. It was not formalised until 1926 when the city took the name of Boulogne-Billancourt.
The République-Point du Jour district was an industrial district with several factories and film studios. It currently houses several corporate headquarters, including those of TF1 and Canal +.

Cultural sites

  • Immaculée-Conception Church: In 1834, a chapel of the same name was built less than a kilometre from the present church. It was destroyed in a bombing during the Second World War. Rebuilt, it disappeared definitively in a fire in 1966. L’Immaculée-Conception Church, as we know it today, was built in 1948.
  • The new cemetery of Boulogne: This is the largest cemetery in Boulogne-Billancourt. Close to the Seine, it was regularly flooded, earning it the nickname “aquatic cemetery”. It nevertheless continues to welcome visitors, and allow famous Boulonnais, including the sculptor Paul Landowski, to rest in peace.


Local landmarks

  • TF1
  • La Française des jeux
  • Canal+
  • Salmson Le Point du Jour residence: Built between 1957 and 1963, it comprises 2,260 dwellings spread over 25 buildings. The work of the architect Fernand Pouillon, it was awarded the label “20th Century Heritage” in 2008.



  • Square Longs-Prés: Located in the north-western part of the district, this small parks offers benches and a playground for children.



  • Seine Nursery:  34, rue de Seine, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt.
    Access via metro line 9 and bus line 126 (Danjou) and 175 (René Descartes).
  • Pierre Grenier Elementary School: 29, avenue Pierre Grenier, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt.
    Access via bus line 126 (Rue du Point du Jour) and 289 (Rue de Seine).


Nearby transportation

Métro      Métro - Ligne 9

Bus      Bus - Ligne 123  Bus - Ligne 126  Bus - Ligne 175  Bus - Ligne 189  Bus - Ligne 289

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