Located on an island in the Seine, the town centre of Melun will appeal to visitors with its pedestrianised streets, its paths for strolling along the Seine and its botanic garden. Along the historic trail, punctuated with explanatory plaques, visitors can explore the Collegiate Church of Notre-Dame, built in the 11th century by Robert the Pious, and the flamboyant early 16th century Saint-Aspais Gothic-style ...
Melun is located in the French Department of Seine-et-Marne.
Melun is the third most populated town in the Department.
The inhabitants of Melun are called Melunais.
The town is divided into three zones: the north bank, the south bank, and Saint Etienne island.
This museum is composed of art, history, and local traditions.
This swimming pool is found in the town's southern district.
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