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Groupe Renault (IPA: / rə'no /) is a French manufacturer of cars, commercial vehicles and racing cars.
From 1979 to 1987, Renault owned most of the American Motors Corporation (AMC) and Jeep which was subsequently sold to Chrysler Corporation in March 1987. In 1986 the French government considered its privatization and in 1996 Renault was already partially privatized. In January 2001, Renault sold its industrial division (Renault Véhicules Industriels) to AB Volvo (not to be confused with Volvo Cars), which it renamed as Renault Trucks (Renault trucks) in 2002, becoming its majority shareholder, until the sale of its share package in 2010.
Renault has been rewarded with numerous awards for its vehicles: once Car of the Year of the United States of America Motor Trend, 6 times Car of the Year in Europe, 9 times Car of the Year in Spain, 3 times Car of the Year Autobest in Russia, Poland, Turkey etc. or 2 times Car of the Year in Ireland and in Denmark, for example.
Renault has competed, in innumerable occasions as a builder in Formula 1 from 1977 to 1985, period in which it developed and introduced turbo-equipped engines in that discipline, and, again, from 2002 to the present. During the years in which Renault did not compete as a builder, he dedicated himself to supplying engines to several teams achieving notable successes with Benetton and Williams F1, taking the title as an engine supplier between 1992 and 1997. In 2005 and 2006 he won the constructors' World Cup .
Renault is one of the car manufacturers that bet more on the zero emission electric vehicle. It has four vehicles in its Z.E range: a two-seater quadricycle called Twizy, a saloon based on the Fluence internal combustion model, a compact tourism designed from scratch for ZOE electrical use, and the adaptation of the Kangoo light van to electrical technology.
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The district of Bologna-Billancourt is a district (in French arrondissement) of France, which is located in the department of Haute-de-Seine (in French Hauts-de-Seine), in the Ile-de-France region. It has 9 cantons and 9 communes.
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Boulogne-Billancourt is a locality and commune (municipality) of France, in the region of Île-de-France (Île-de-France), department of Hauts-de-Seine, capital of the district of his name. He is the chef-lieu of three cantons: Boulogne-Billancourt-Nord-Est, Boulogne-Billancourt-Nord-Ouest and Boulogne-Billancourt-Sud.
It is integrated into the Communauté d'agglomeration Grand-Paris-Seine-Ouest, which is the result of the merger of the Val de Seine Communication Authority and the Arc de Seine Communication Authority. It is located to the southwest of the city of Paris, city with which it limits to the north through the Boulogne Forest and to the east with the 16th district.
Until 1924 it was called Boulogne-sur-Seine; at that time he changed the name to reflect the strength of the Billancourt neighborhood, which he had absorbed in 1860. The name of Boulogne is due to Notre-Dame de Boulogne la Petite, the church that Philip IV built in honor of the virgin of the sanctuary de Boulogne-sur-Mer during the fourteenth century; The town was then called Menuls-lès-Saint-Cloud and was a small town.
With a population of more than 110,000 inhabitants, Boulogne-Billancourt is the most populous city in the department and in the whole of Ile-de-France, except for Paris itself. It is an important economic center, home to thousands of companies; It is the second regional center for business activity, quite a distance from Paris. Its per capita income is the second highest in Île-de-France and France (after the nearby Neuilly-sur-Seine). It has a house of marked heterogeneity, ranging from the elegant Haussmann-style buildings in the north, to the most modern housing built in the old industrial area of Billancourt, to the south.
Culturally, the golden age of Boulogne-Billancourt was undoubtedly the interwar period of the thirties, then it had one of the most important architectural heritage in France. During the first half of the twentieth century it will also become the city of cinema, and an important industrial hub where aircraft engines were manufactured and also hosted the most important automobile factory of the Renault company, said factory closed in 1992 and was almost completely demolished in 2000, being the object of numerous debates and redevelopment projects.
It currently houses the headquarters of some large French companies, among which, among others, in addition to the Renault, the Carrefour Group (trade), the La Française des Jeux (the state lottery monopoly), the Vallourec ( steel conglomerate), that of Cegedim (health), that of Neuf Cegetel (telecommunications), that of the Boursorama Group (banking, owners in Spain of Self Bank), that of Yoplait (dairy) and an important part of the main companies of the group Bouygues: specifically its immovable, telecommunications and television divisions TF1.
The city is home to Ambroise Paré Hospital.
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Thirty Years Museum
The Musée des Années Trente (Museum of the thirties) is a municipal museum specializing in artistic and industrial objects from the 1930s. It is located in the Landowski Space at No. 28, on André-Morizet Avenue, Boulogne-Billancourt, a West suburb of Paris, France; Open daily, except Mondays and holidays.
The municipal museum, which was originally installed in the Town Hall premises, was created in 1939 by Dr. Albert Besançon, the first curator, with the aim of unifying the most disparate collections on the cultural and industrial heritage of Boulogne-Billancourt. It was created within a cluster of events of spirit Modernity, and to commemorate the change of name of the city of Boulogne to Boulogne-Billancourt, from a decree in 1925.
In 1983, Emmanuel Bréon succeeds Dr. Besançon, who died at 103 and gives him a new direction in museum policy, focusing on exploring the heritage of the 1930s. Bright years for Boulogne-Billancourt , both industrially and culturally. At that time, many artists, architects, painters, sculptors, filmmakers are attracted to the city where land prices and workshops are still accessible.
It changes its name to "Musée des années 30" in 1994 and moves in 1998 to its new premises in Espace Landowski.
Following the idea that the museum has to account for all the artistic aspects of the early twentieth century, a series of works from Africa and Oceania are presented. This explains why we find works by the painters of the French Overseas Ministry and the Colonies, as well as the fellows of the Villa Abd-El-Tif.
We find works by the architects Le Corbusier, Tony Garnier, André Lurçat, Robert Mallet-Stevens, Auguste Perret, and Jean Prouvé; and designers Jacques Émile Ruhlmann and Jules Leleu;
The orientalist collection of the museum really began with the exhibition entitled "Colonial", organized in 1989-1990. There are many exhibits that belong to the Museum of Arts of Africa and Oceania. Some of them remain in storage at the Musée des années 30, the core of the colonial painting collection.
The museum has 3000 m² of exhibition space and presents 800 paintings, 500 sculptures and 20,000 drawings, as well as furniture, ceramics, posters and original documents. It is within a pedestrian circuit that allows you to discover both the exterior architecture (Le Corbusier, Mallet-Stevens, etc.) and the characters that have inhabited it, such as André Malraux.
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Come Into My World
«Come Into My World» - in Spanish: «Come to my world» - is the fourth and final single of the 2001 album by Kylie Minogue, Fever, released in 2002. He won the 2004 Grammy Award for Best Dance Song.
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Pont de Sèvres station
The Pont de Sèvres station, (in Spanish: Sèvres bridge), is a Paris metro station located in the city of Boulogne-Billancourt to the southwest of the capital. It is one of the terminals of line 9. It offers a connection with line 2 of the Parisian tram.