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Chevilly-Larue is a commune in the southern suburbs of Paris, located at about 6 miles from the centre of Paris. Chevilly-Larue was originally called simply Chevilly. The name Chevilly was recorded for the first time in 829 as Civiliacum, probably meaning estate of Civilis. Chevilly-Larue was at first a hamlet located within the commune. Although it is small, Chevilly-Larue has a lot of attractions in and around the city, as well as many accommodations, venues and restaurants, where you can enjoy the local cuisine.

Top Attractions Within Chevilly-Larue

Restaurant Au Riad de Marrakech is a wonderful Arabic venue near Chevilly-Larue , where you can eat some of the finest dishes, as well as some of the most exotic meals. The ambiance and the meals take you on a journey to Marrakech. The menu is varied and offers some of the most interesting and delicious meals.

Restaurant Marou is another great eating venue in Chevilly-Larue, where you can enjoy a wide range of meals, from exquisite and refined French meals to more exotic and spicy Asian dishes, all complemented with a bottle of home made wine. The ambiance is very pleasant, the staff friendly and willing to cater to the every need of the customer.

Musee Carnavalet is the place in Paris, near Chevilly-Larue, where visitors can learn about the glorious past of France by means of paintings, sculptures and other archaeological artefacts. The aim of the museum is to promote the history of Paris since its origins, 4600 BC to the present, under different aspects. It is a place that must not be missed.

The Great Mosque of Paris, near Chevilly-Laure is one of the largest mosques in France. The mosque was founded in 1926, as a token of gratitude after World War I, to the Muslin Tirailleurs from the French colonial empire. The Mosque was built following the mudejar style, and its minaret in 33 meters high. During World War II, the mosque served as a refuge for those persecuted by the Axis powers.