Villejuif is a town in Val-de-Marne on the Ile de France. This city of about 57,000 inhabitants is located about eight kilometers from the center of Paris, making it an ideal starting point for exploring the region and especially in the capital. Villejuif is also located next to Vitry-sur-Seine, or Arcueil Ivry-sur-Seine. This is the most important city in the Val-de-Bièvre metropolitan area, and rises to 124 meters.
Green and rich in historical and architectural heritage, the city of Villejuif offers several hours of cultural visits. Very old, with a parish founded at the end of the Carolingian period in the ninth century, today it is a vibrant and lively city with a greater culture and entertainment offers.
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