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Levallois-Perret is a wealthy suburb northwest of Paris.

Levallois by night

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Line 3 of the Paris Métro ends in Levallois-Perret.

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The town includes many monuments listed in the general inventory of the cultural heritage of France. The historical monuments of the town are:

Temple de la Petite Étoile
  • 1 The temple of the Little Star (Temple de la Petite Étoile). A Protestant church built in 1912. Temple de la Petite Étoile (Q3517641) on Wikidata
Hertford British Hospital
  • 2 The former Hertford British Hospital (Institut hospitalier franco-britannique), 48, rue de Villiers. A hospital for British citizens living in Paris opened in 1879. It is mainly made of brick and freestone , the slate roof is pierced with many skylights.mit is now leased to an IT company. Hertford British Hospital (Q3152318) on Wikidata Hertford British Hospital on Wikipedia
  • Moorish Villa of Villa Chaptal (Villa mauresque de la villa Chaptal).
  • The cemetery of Levallois-Perret

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Routes through Levallois-Perret
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