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TGV at Grisy-Suines
Blason de la ville de Grisy-Suisnes (Seine-et-Marne).svg

Grisy-Suisnes is a small village, about 33 km from Paris.[1] It is situated in the Seine-et-Marne department (77) in the Île-de-France region, at an interconnection of the TGV. Its geographical coordinates are 48°41′7″N 2°40′4″E. It covers an area of 1,848 ha.

Town Hall
Bell tower and war memorial

In 1999, the village had a population of 1,989. People who live there are called Grisysoliens.

In the past, the village supplied the French royalty with roses. The church of Grisy-Suisnes is named Notre Dame des Roses. The church, if seen from above, was designed to look like a rose with its petals.


References[change | change source]

  1. "Site officiel de la Mairie de Grisy-Suisnes". Retrieved 31 July 2010.