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(French anjɛr)
(Placename) a suburb of Paris, France, on the Seine. Pop: 82 720 (2006)



a city in N central France, near Paris. 75,679.
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We wanted to see some of this kind of Paris life, however, and therefore the next night we went to a similar place of entertainment in a great garden in the suburb of Asnieres.
When we arrived at the garden in Asnieres, we paid a franc or two admission and entered a place which had flower beds in it, and grass plots, and long, curving rows of ornamental shrubbery, with here and there a secluded bower convenient for eating ice cream in.
The communes of Asnieres-sur-Seine and Colombes decided to qualitatively redesign the street Burgundians in its portion between the rue Henri Barbusse in Asnieres and Argenteuil from East Avenue also included in the project renovating some of the streets Barbusse and Victor Hugo street adjacent to the Burgundians.
tude pour une baignade, Asnieres that brought a new auction record for a work on paper by Seurat when it sold for GBP 7.
Conceptual artist Michael Craig-Martin trains his eye on French Post-Impressionist George Seurat's monumental painting Une Baignade, Asnieres ("Bathers at Asnieres"), 1884, one of the most famous pictures in the collection of the National Gallery, London.
ROTKREUZ, Switzerland and ASNIERES, France, October 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
Belle Gites, a cluster of five family-friendly gites ranging from one to three bedrooms, are located close to two randonees taking place this month - the Asnieres la Giraud randonee on May 14 and the St Hilaire randonee on May 21.
To begin this year's Clip & Save Art Print series, we present an iconic image of Post-Impressionism that celebrates the lazy days of summer: Georges Seurat's Bathers at Asnieres (French: Une Baignade, Asnieres), 1884.
Inside the gallery he shows four works where he uses his black line drawing and intense colour to address familiar images - Piero della Francesca's Flagellation (1452) and Georges Seurat's The Bathers at Asnieres (1884).
DAVINA McCALL, TESS DALY and PETE WATERMAN join 200,000 volunteers donating their thumbprints for a reproduction painting of George Seurat's famous Bathing At Asnieres.