The secular history of the Centre hospitalier Théophile Roussel - Saint Germain Boucles de Seine
The secular history of the Centre hospitalier Théophile Roussel
The Centre hospitalier Théophile Roussel stands in a huge park of 32 hectares (79 acres) containing a wide variety of plant life. It was opened on 25 June 1895 by French President Félix Faure.
In 1974, it became a public mental health institute specialising in juvenile and adult psychiatry.
Guided tours of this historic place are often available on Journées Européenes du Patrimoine (European Heritage Days), sometimes supported by exhibitions and films.
All year round, daily.
Establishment devoted to hospitalised patients.
Free of charge.
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