Marly-le-Roi

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Marly-le-Roi

(märlē`-lə-rwä), town (1990 pop. 16,775), Yvelines dept., N France, on the Seine River near Versailles. Nearby is the hamlet of Marly-la-Machine, where in 1682 a huge hydraulic engine, the machine de Marly, was built to supply the fountains of Versailles. Considered one of the wonders of the world, the engine was in use until 1804. In the town is a church (1689) built by J. H. Mansart.
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Contract notice: the purpose of this consultation is to provide project management assistance to study the possibilities of constructability and optimization of the marly le roi site, 11 rue paul leplat.
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The coordinator of the group is the city of marly le roi. Contact: Cyrille emery - c.emery@marlyleroi.fr the communities of the group will integrate this framework agreement as soon as it is notified