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Friday April 11th, 2014

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Les coulisses du nouveau « zoo de Vincennes »

Le nouveau Parc zoologique de Paris ouvre ses portes demain. Au programme pour le visiteur : une expérience en immersion dans cinq vastes biozones où il pourra croiser girafes, lions, loups, babouins, etc. C’est Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France (filiale francilienne de Bouygues Construction), au sein de la société de projet Chrysalis(1), qui a orchestré la rénovation […]

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