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Located 8 kilometres west of Paris in the Hauts-de-Seine department, Rueil-Malmaison is spread over 1472 hectares on a gentle slope from the heights of Mount Valerien and the Buzenval hills to the banks of Seine to the north.

The memory of a few years of happiness that Bonaparte and Josephine shared here is deeply rooted in the city of Rueil-Malmaison, a living memorial to this period of our history. In the historic city centre, which has retained its village character, stands the Church of Saint-Pierre Saint-Paul, a listed building.

The banks of the Seine, at the entrance of the Country of the Impressionnists, unveil, even today, traces of their history. By frequenting the famous open-air cafés located along the banks of the river, many artists such as Renoir, Monet and Manet immortalized these landscapes in their most famous paintings.

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