Orgues de Flandre

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The residential towers of the Orgues de Flandre, in Paris 19th arrondissement.

The Orgues de Flandre, which can be translated as the "Organs of Flanders", are a group of residential buildings in the 19th arrondissement of Paris, France.

Built from 1974 to 1980 by the architect Martin van Trek, the buildings are at 67-107 avenue de Flandre and 14-24 rue Archereau. The buildings are a housing project of 6 ha (15 acres), made of many buildings of 15 floors and four dominating towers:

  • Tour Prélude (or Tower 1): 123 m (404 ft), 38 floors
  • Tour Fugue (or Tower 2): 108 m (354 ft), 32 floors
  • Tour Cantate (or Tower 3): 123 m (404 ft), 30 floors
  • Tour Sonate (or Tower 4): 90 m (300 ft), 25 floors

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Coordinates: 48°53′24″N 02°22′24″E / 48.89000°N 2.37333°E / 48.89000; 2.37333