Levallois-Perret is a commune in the northwestern suburbs of Paris, France. It is located 6.4 km from the centre of Paris. The name Levallois-Perret comes from two housing developments, Champerret and Village Levallois , and which resulted in the incorporation of the commune . On the territory of what is now Levallois-Perret there existed before the French Revolution the village of Villiers and the hamlet of Courcelles , which gave their names to two Paris Métro stations. At the time of the creation of French communes during the French Revolution, these were part of the commune of Clichy,...
|Area:||0.9 sq. mi.|
|Also known as:||Levallois-Perret (Paris)|