Former village of Île-de-France, Sevran today is an important town of the Seine-Saint-Denis department. It is located about twenty kilometers from Paris, in the heart of the plain of France. Bordering Villepinte, Livry-Gargan or Aulnay-sous-Bois, a town located on the banks of the Morea.
It was during the 1960s that Sevran experienced spectacular growth, quadrupling its population in just forty years. The Ile city however, had a much older origin, as evidenced by the Merovingian tombs found on the site in the twentieth century. Once a prosperous city with its grain business, Sevran is now a rich suburb of the city’s cultural events, as well as green spaces.