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Cité is a French language word whose dictionary definition is city.
In common parlance (at least in France) the term tends to have a negative nuance implying a high-rise 20th century inner-city HLM like the US term projects or the British term housing estate.
- Cité-jardin is a gardened kind of planned satellite town
- Cité ouvrière is tract housing
- Cité d'urgence is housing for refugees (including Pied-Noir), and homeless people, as theorised by Abbé Pierre
- Cité radieuse is an architectural principle
- Cité HLM is typical twentieth century housing estate
Cité may also mean:
- Île de la Cité, an island on the Seine, older center of Paris
- Cité (Paris Métro), the metro station on this island called Île de la Cité
- La Cité-Limoilou, borough of Quebec City
- CITE-FM, a Montreal radio station
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