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Aubervilliers

(ōbervēlyā`), town (1990 pop. 67,836), Seine–Saint Denis dept., N central France, NE of Paris. It is an important industrial center where chemicals, pharmaceuticals, metals, and leather goods are produced. Aubervilliers was a pilgrimage site from the 14th cent. onward. The Church of Notre-Dame-des-Vésus dates from the 15th to the 16th cent.

Aubervilliers

 

a northern industrial suburb of Paris, France, in the department of Seine-St. Denis. Population, 74,000 (1968). Local industries include machine-building (constructional engineering, machine tools, electrical engineering), rare metals, and sulfuric acid production.

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Aubervilliers, which has a population of 77,500, is home to a large Chinese community connected to the garment trade.
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For those who work in the garment industry, Aubervilliers is indispensable,'' said Gaetan Le Gorre, 37, keeping one eye on workers loading his van with a cargo of jeans bought from a local wholesaler.
Recalling the stint, Daeninckx has stated that he often introduced feature-length films by Fritz Lang, Joseph Losey, and Jean Renoir by screening Eli Lotar's Aubervilliers, a 1946 documentary he considered a tribute to the town--among those listed by Victor Hugo in Les Miserables--where he had attended primary and secondary schools.
This project gives the Aubervilliers youth the opportunity to express themselves and learn about filmmaking, and also gives them a chance to meet each other and freely work together," said Safia Lebdi, prexy of the Ile de France Film Commission.
The musician performed before 200 fans at a private gig in Aubervilliers, France to offer a sneak preview of the shows, which start in France on April 17 before wrapping up in Germany on July 19.
He established its home base just north of Paris, in Aubervilliers, but as suits an "equestrian theatre," it is usually on the road.
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Thomas Hirschhorn, an artist based in Aubervilliers, France, will present 24h Foucault, a project at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris, this month.
Two others were slightly injured by the crane, which fell on to two buildings and a covered market in Aubervilliers, in the Seine-Saint-Denis area.
9 February 2016 - Channel Islands-based property investment company Alpha Pyrenees has sold its properties located at Athis Mons, Aubergenville and Aubervilliers in France totalling approximately 59,730 square metres for EUR 24.