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Relax in the park of cité universitaire.
You have just to sit in the park, maybe with a bottle of good french wine, the better solution after 12 hours between lost plane, lot of time in the airport and few energies.
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It’s a huge university with a gigantic campus. There is the main building which hosts the theatre, the offices etc. There are hostels/houses belonging to various countries. There are 2 good restaurants/cafeterias in the main building.
An gargantuan student housing complex with lecture halls in the XIVth arrondissement with its own Metro station. Close to a large park (Montsouris) with a restaurant in the main building. Rather unique, in fact. Walking distance to Porte d'Orleans.
This international university campus has a number of halls of residence for students from the many countries who study there. The two best known are Le Corbusier's Swiss Pavillion, designed to reflect the country's modernism rather than its stereotypically sleepy cuckoo clocks and chalet image....More
After reading TA we were under the impression that there would be several dormitory buildings each built in a different architectural style. Maybe all the interesting things are inside the buildings. The photos on TA were nowhere to be found. We didn't go inside any...More
Fantastic place student's residences complex.
There are different buildings suported by different governments so students from those countries could live there while studying at the University.
Location is also fantastic just crossing the Street in front of the Cité Universitaire Metro Station.Also very convenient for...More
I have been travelling to Paris regularly for 20 years and never visited Cité Universitaire. What a mistake. This is a wonderful place to wander through, gazing at unusual buildings. The idea behind this was that there should be housing for international students studying in...More
It is a campus! It is an international campus where all the country that are sending student to paris get to build the house for their student in the style of their home town. It is very impressive and make you want to study again!
An oil pipeline shaped as a climate curve spiking a polar bear. A sculpture by the Danish artist Galschiot in relation to the COP21 event. The sculpture will only be present during Dec 3 (2015) - Jan 6 (2016).