Parc de Sceaux


The park covers the municipalities of Sceaux and Antony. The domain of Sceaux today depends on the general council of Hauts-de-Seine. The park was designed by André Le Nôtre at the end of the seventeenth century at the request of Colbert and his son the Marquis of Seignelay. On several occasions this park almost disappeared. During the Revolution, it became a school of agriculture and all that beauty was gone. In the early nineteenth century the castle was destroyed after the domain had been sold as national property. The park is 181 acres: 121 on the town of Sceaux, Antony 60 on which the second largest park in terms of area is the park Heller.


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Hotel Tolbiac

  • Paris 13eme
  • 01 44 24 25 54
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Hôtel Camelia

  • Paris 15eme
  • 01 47 83 76 35
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Hôtel Villa Modigliani

  • Paris 14eme
  • 04 91 00 96 49

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