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Neuilly-sur-Seine (French pronunciation: [nøji syʁ sɛn] ; lit. 'Neuilly-on-Seine'), also known simply as Neuilly, is an urban commune in the Hauts-de-Seine department just west of Paris in France. Immediately adjacent to the city, north of the Bois de Boulogne, the area is composed of mostly select residential neighbourhoods, as well as many corporate headquarters and a handful of foreign embassies. One of the most affluent areas of France, it is the wealthiest and most expensive suburb of Paris. Together with the 16th and 7th arrondissement of Paris, the town of Neuilly-sur-Seine forms the most affluent and prestigious residential area in the whole of France. As of 2020, it is the commune with the fourth highest median per capita income (€52,570 per year) in France.

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Article Snippet :west of Paris in France. Immediately adjacent to the city, north of the Bois de Boulogne, the area is composed of mostly select residential neighbourhoods
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Article Snippet :Totes, Ribeaucourt, Maison Ponthieu and Bois Carré". AGIR prepared a more detailed report in October about Bois Carré, which is located 1.4 km east of
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Article Snippet :Alexandre Olivier Exquemelin (1645–1707), privateer, historian. Jean Fleury (died 1527), privateer. François le Clerc known as Jambe de Bois (or Wooden
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Article Snippet :stone castle built by Jeanne de Belleville and improved by her husband Olivier IV de Clisson. The castle built on an islet linked to the coast by a bridge
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Article Snippet :vent souffle en Angola - Ed. Brepols 1965: Michel Croce-Spinelli, Sagipress 1966: Yves Courrière, Nice Matin 1967: Jean Bertolino, La Croix 1968: Yves Cuau
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Article Snippet :SES ALENTOURS). Roubaix, F: 4. ISSN 1277-1422. Bois-Grenier, Le Maisnil, Fromelles, Aubers et Radinghem-en-Weppes. Soit 6000 habitants supplémentaires pour
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Article Snippet :Jean-Baptiste de La Croix de Chevrières de St. Vallier (November 14, 1653 – December 26, 1727) was a French Catholic prelate who served as the second
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Article Snippet :Bois 1977, p. 31. Pétré-Grenouilleau 2008, p. 20. Bois 1977, p. 39. Lelièvre 2000, p. 19. Bois 1977, p. 41. Bois 1977, p. 43. Bois 1977, p. 44. Bois 1977
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Article Snippet :It was a religious concert work of a sort not encountered again until Olivier Messiaen's Trois petites liturgies (1944). The British music critic Felix
Article Title : Boulogne-sur-Mer
Article Snippet :Boulogne-sur-Mer, EHESS (in French). Population en historique depuis 1968, INSEE "Football Boulogne : Union Sportive Boulogne Côte d Opale (USBCO)".

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