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Chapelle du lycée

Louis le Grand

123, rue Saint-Jacques, 75005 Paris 189x- Merklin

I/5 - traction mécanique

Composition Montre 8 Flûte 4 Salicional 8 Bourdon 8 b/d Trompette 8 b/d (source: Le-Paris-des-Orgues, 2017)
Louis-le-Grand1 High School is a French public secondary and higher education institution. Its origin dates back to the 17th century, since it was founded in 1550 as a Jesuit college in the Parisian hotel of Guillaume du Prat, bishop of Clermont (hence its original name: Clermont College). It was rebuilt from 1885 to 1888. It saw three presidents and nine prime ministers of the Fifth Republic pass by on his benches. Students at Louis-le-Grand High School are often referred to as "Magnoludovicians," and the school is commonly referred to as LLG.
Organs of Paris

Chapelle du lycée

Louis le Grand

123, rue Saint-Jacques, 75005 Paris 189x- Merklin

I/5 - traction mécanique

Composition Montre 8 Flûte 4 Salicional 8 Bourdon 8 b/d Trompette 8 b/d (source: Le-Paris-des-Orgues, 2017)
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