Cimetière de Louveciennes

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The Cimetière de Louveciennes (Louveciennes Cemetery) is made up of a standard laid out cemetery and a landscaped cemetery located on the Allée des Arches in the village of Louveciennes in the Yvelines département of France. The village is at the western suburbs of Paris and is between Versailles and Saint-Germain-en-Laye, and adjacent to Marly-le-Roi.

Both of the Louveciennes cemeteries are bordered by a 650 metre portion of the Louveciennes Aqueduct originally built in 1684 by Jules Hardouin Mansart to supply the Palace of Versailles with water.

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