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Louviers

Louviers is a French town in upper Normandy in the Eure Departement. It has about 19000 inhabitants. Its church, Notre Dame, has parts which date from the 13th Century.

It is also well known for its Musée des décors de Théâtre, d'Opéra et de Cinéma (Fondation Wakhévitch) , after Georges Wakhevitch (1907-1984) who lived nearby. The composer Maurice Duruflé was born in Louviers.

Louviers is 100 km from Paris and 30 km from Rouen, and is at longitude 01° 09' 59" East and latitude 49° 12' 58" North.

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