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Perched atop a terrace, the Collégiale Saint-Martin keeps a watchful eye over the beautiful commune of Montmorency. The church opened its doors to worshippers sometime during the 17th Century, however its construction began in the early 15th Century. It was built following the Gothic style of architecture; it has two bell towers and a series of stained-glass windows line its exterior. The interior of the church is vast with several ornamented columns holding the gigantic dome-shaped roof of the church. Owning to its history and heritage, Collégiale Saint-Martin is frequently used for many local weddings. It's also a venue for cultural events that are centered around music.
Pavillon d'Armenonville is not your regular conference center, this one is actually an 18th century lodge that enjoys a gorgeous location surrounded by century-old trees and lake views. Lovers of architecture will be spellbound by this center that boasts an amazing Belle Epoque architectural sensuality. Completely refurbished in 2003, Pavillon d'Armenonville enjoys top-notch amenities that assure every event is a ground-breaking success. Call for details.
A school of music with an auditorium which functions as a concert venue, the Conservatoire Niedermeyer is ideally located in the cultural heart of Issy-les-Moulineaux, less than eight kilometers (five miles) outside of Paris. Classes are offered for children five years and older and for adults, covering a wide range of instruments, musical styles, and dance.
Offered up for rent or purchase after the War of 1870, the Protestant Temple of Neuilly was not officially church property until March of 1903. It was entirely renovated in 1966, on the occasion of the building's 100th anniversary, essentially creating the structure as it remains to this day. Numerous schools, bible studies, conferences, and lectures are organized at the church.