Parc Meissonnier

This 10 hectare English park was mentioned in the Middle Ages by Christine de Pisan in her Dict de Poissy, written in 1400. It descends towards the Seine and contains a long lake. The park is now named after landscape painter Charles Meissonier (1848-1917).

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Address : 

Avenue du Bon-Roi-St-Louis

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Musée d'Art et d'Histoire
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