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One-bedroom flat close to Paris's leading green space in smart 16th arrondissement.
Entire arrondissements are less frequent topics than single streets, obscure streets to be sure.
Magenta station lies in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, between the Gare du Nord and Gare de l'Est, within a triangle formed by rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, rue Demarquay and rue de l'Aqueduc.
Meanwhile, in the outer ring of arrondissements, massive urban renewal programs -- ZACs -- were being carried out.
Lot 1 Cleaning services local to various childcare facilities mainly located in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 10th arrondissements
Il fixe ainsi, pour les collectivites concernees, en l'occurrence Tanger, Fes, Rabat, Sale, Casablanca et Marrakech, le nombre des arrondissements les constituant ainsi que le nombre des membres du Conseil communal y relevant et le nombre des conseillers a elire dans chaque arrondissement.
Amal Benboubker, governor of the prefecture of Ain-Sbaa-Hay Mohammadi arrondissements.
eme] feel emptiest of all, deprived as they are of even the uneasy dreams that seem to haunt the sleepy mornings of the drabber arrondissements.
2 million, of which 420 000 is concentrated in the nine arrondissements of the City of Lyons and 130 000 in Villeurbanne, with the remainder spread over the 53 surrounding communes.
Contract award: 2015 djs 179 orders to contract for transportation by bus to school children in the 8th, 9th, 10th, 12th, 18th and 19th arrondissements of the city of paris in the framework of school and extracurricular sporting activities of the city of paris .
Differenciee selon les arrondissements urbains de la Prefecture de Casablanca, la densite de la population atteint des niveaux encore plus eleves depassant le niveau de 40.
Besides honoring the 19th-century French scientist and political reformer Francois Arago, the "longest sculpture in Paris," as Dibbets calls it, offers those armed with the list of medallion locations a magnificent pretext for walking through six of the city's arrondissements and centuries of its history.