The first written mention of Sèvres is figure 558 in the deed of foundation of Childebert by the abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Pres, whose boundaries extended to the stream Savara. 560, is a church and a village. The present church, dedicated to Saint-Romain, patron of sailors, retained the base of the tower that spanned the 12th and 13th centuries. At the dawn of the 21st century, with the salt, a cultural center was created in the Pavillon Baltard old market, conservatory, gymnasium, a new library, and media center, Escale (point youth information), the Maison des Associations The city has many public facilities and modern. Now planning strives to revive the heart of a city by making it more friendly and inviting to all, by developing green spaces and open spaces more welcoming to all, because the quality of life is a requirement for Sèvres, naturally.
Access English-Taught Degrees in Europe