St-Ouen


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St-Ouen

 

a city in France, in Seine-Saint-Denis Department, situated on the Seine River; a northern suburb of Paris. Population, 49,000 (1968). St-Ouen has plants for the production of automobiles, electrical-engineering and electronics equipment, and machine tools and a chemical industry producing paints, varnishes, and pharmaceuticals.

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In a few weeks, St-Ouen, like another 30 surrounding suburbs of Paris, will be equipped with Velib stations, but until then, let's go to the Velib dock station at Porte de Montmartre.
My favourite route starts with a cycling flanerie through the streets of St-Ouen that bear revolutionaries' names (the area has had communist mayors for a century).