House of Radio-France

Built by Henri Bernard in 1963, this huge white broadcasting house, with a circumference of 500m/1,640ft surmounted by a 68m/223ft-high tower, is home to 60 recording studios and a large auditorium. France-Inter, France-Culture, France-Musique, FIP, Radio-Bleue, France-Info and Le Mou'v all broadcast from here.

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Address:

116 avenue du Prés.-Kennedy, 75016 Paris

Phone:

+33 1 56 40 32 01

Opening hours

possibility to attend show and concerts

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Paris : the Swan Isle (l’île aux Cygnes)

L’Île aux Cygnes – Swan Isle – is Paris’s third largest island after the Île de la Cité and the Île St. Louis. Known for its Statue of Liberty, it is a refuge of quietude and nature set in the bosom of a quarter distinguished by its contemporary architecture.
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