Sunday July 24th, 2016

Stage 21Chantilly / Paris Champs-Élysées

Start 16h35 (Local time)
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 Enghien-les-Bains est une station thermale dotée d’un lac et d’un casino © Clicsouris  Le château de la Chasse, dans la forêt de Montmorency © Patrick Giraus

Population: 1,194,681
Prefecture: Cergy
Sub-prefectures : Argenteuil, Pontoise, Sarcelles
Surface: 1,246 km2
Specialities: beer of Vexin, mustard of Gouzangrez, goat cheese of Chauvry.
Sports: L'EFCVO (athletics), karate and tennis in Sarcelles, Pontoise/Cergy table tennis, water hockey in Cergy/Pontoise, American football in St Ouen l'Aumône, fencing in St Gratien. International women's athletics meeting and International show-jumping in Franconville. Pierre Tiby handball tournament. Enghien-les-Bains triathlon.Woemn's Route de France cycling.
Festivals: Enghien Jazz Festival, Auvers-sur-Oise Festival, Pontoise Baroque Festival, International Circus Festival of Val d'Oise, Image par Image, Val d'Oise Theatre Festival, Jazz au fil de l'Oise, Fête de la 3D, Festival of mixed arts, B Side Reggae Festical, Balad'à zic Festival, Cergy soit ! Young performers Autumn Festival, Clown, theatre and film Burlesque Festival, Festival du Vexin, Escales danse, Viva la vida.
Tourism: Abbaye de Royaumont; Golf in Mont Griffon; Montmorency forest; Château de la Chasse; Jean-Jacques Rousseau Museum; Saint Martin collegial; Château d'Ecouen National Renaisance Museum; Enghien-les-Bains thermal baths; Moulin de Sannois; Château de La Roche-Guyon; Château d'Auvers-sur-Oise.
Economy: 67,953 establishments; 413,600 jobs; Aeronautics, cosmetics, security/safety/risk management, digital, logistics, tourism; 2 international airports; Departmental business hub; Universities and research.
Websites / FB / Twitter : www.valdoise.fr / www.facebook.com/DepartementduValdoise / www.twitter.com/valdoise / www.instagram.com/_valdoise

Le cloître de l’abbaye de Royaumont © Pierre Poschadel

Population: 2,550 inhabitants
The Abbey of Royaumont, founded by Louis IX, is the largest Cistercian abbey in the Paris region. It can be visited all year round and is home to numerous events and exhibitions.

PLACE TO SEE:

Abbaye de Royaumont
: From July 1, 2016, the public will discover the new restored abbey and a new collection of plants in the gardens. The Abbey's music festival, dedicated to classical and innovating music forms, will start in August. Founded in 1228 by the future St Louis, it was highly influential. Abandoned and sold after the Revolution, it became a cotton mill, and from 1938 a home for intellectuals and artists. Since then, the Royaumont Foundation hosted many creators as resident guests.

 Le quartier d’affaires de La Défense dans les Hauts-de-Seine © Jean-Christophe Benoist

Population: 1,591,403 (2013)
Prefecture: Nanterre
Sub-prefectures: Antony, Boulogne-Billancourt
Surface: 176 km2
Specialities: honey of Levallois-Perret, vineyards of Suresnes
Sport clubs: Racing 92 (rugby union), Nanterre 92 (basket-ball), ASBR (fencing), Issy Paris Hand
Competitions: Jardy Eventing Show 2016 / International Three Day Event ** and *** at Jardy stud-farm domain in Marnes-la-Coquette, Top 14 rugby union and HCup for Racing 92 at Yves-du-Manoir stadium in Colombes, basketball season for Nanterre 92 at Palais des Sports de Nanterre, Foil French championship in Bourg-la-Reine.
Festivals: Chorus des Hauts-de-Seine Festival in La Défense, La Défense Jazz Festival, Open air opera in Domaine de Sceaux, exhibitions at Domaine départemental de Sceaux, Chateaubriand house in Chatenay-Malabry and Albert Kahn museum in Boulogne-Billancourt.
Economy: La Défense trade and business centre (16,000 employees, 400 companies, 20,000 inhabitants, 17,000 students)
Websites / FB / Twitter : www.hauts-de-seine.fr / www.facebook.com/hautsdeseine.ledepartement/ / www.twitter.fr/hautsdeseine

Le cloître de l’abbaye de Royaumont © Pierre Poschadel

Population: 2,550 inhabitants
The Abbey of Royaumont, founded by Louis IX, is the largest Cistercian abbey in the Paris region. It can be visited all year round and is home to numerous events and exhibitions.

PLACE TO SEE:

Abbaye de Royaumont
: From July 1, 2016, the public will discover the new restored abbey and a new collection of plants in the gardens. The Abbey's music festival, dedicated to classical and innovating music forms, will start in August. Founded in 1228 by the future St Louis, it was highly influential. Abandoned and sold after the Revolution, it became a cotton mill, and from 1938 a home for intellectuals and artists. Since then, the Royaumont Foundation hosted many creators as resident guests.

Jersey wearers after the stage 2

Classifications after the stage 2

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