Welcome to Plaine Commune
Grand Paris Nord!
What is Plaine Commune?
Plaine Commune is a municipality reuniting nine towns in the Northern suburb of Paris, they are Aubervilliers, Epinay-sur-Seine, L'Île-Saint-Denis, La Courneuve, Pierrefitte-sur-Seine, Saint-Ouen-sur-Seine, Saint-Denis, Stains and Villetaneuse.
This territory can boast on its universally acclaimed cultural heritage, with several sites included in the national registry of historic monuments.
Moreover, some of the iconic localities of Plaine Commune were awarded the label of “Outstanding contemporary architecture” by the Ministry of Culture of France. They are the Saint-Yves church situated in La Courneuve, the Maladrerie in Aubervilliers, and the social housing conceived by architect André Lurçat, to name a few.
Top tourist attractions of Plaine Commune
Labelled as a "Country of art and history" in 2014, Plaine Commune is packed with remarkable attractions that are likely to spark your interest:
- Basilica of Saint-Denis
- Les Puces Flea Market
- Stade de France
- Street Art Avenue
- Paul Eluard Museum of Art and History
- House of Education of the Legion of Honour
Plaine Commune, a vibrant territory full of history and creativity a stone’s throw from Paris