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Massy sous un autre angle
Catherine Roland
Paris-Saclay from a different perspective

Massy from a brand new angle

The photography trail

Discovery, nature, originality are good words to describe this photography trail organised in association with Regarde! Here’s your chance to explore a town from a brand new angle and capture the here and now.

The trail focuses mainly on two features: the Bièvre stream and the Massy-Europe industrial estate. We asked each participant the same two questions.

Q1: At the end of the afternoon, what are your thoughts on your experience?

Q2: Which feature, place, point of interest or piece of information did you find the most interesting?

Admire the work of our photographers!

All of the photos below were taken by the participants during the walk!

Q1: Great! A good way to explore the “boundaries” and the dynamism of the town.

Q2: The new businesses and their attractive buildings.


Q1: A lovely surprise! What a pleasure to explore Massy a different way. Wonderful encounters along the Way of Saint James! A big thank you to the organisers.

Q2: the business park’s history and the link between old and new.


Q1 : C’est très plaisant de découvrir une partie de la ville d’un autre regard, notamment la zone industrielle.

Q2 : Les points de passages vers Saint Jacques de Compostelle


Q1: I had never done anything like this before and was pleasantly surprised by the experience. It was original and enriching

Q2: Every part was different.


Q1: The camera, commentary and explanations made it a completely different walk, even in familiar places. Very interesting.

Q2: The locks. The Bièvre reservoir.


Q1: A fabulous walk. Firstly, I learned a lot about the district of Nouveau Villaine, including the fact that the architect and the landscape gardener worked together on the design of the buildings. And as a newcomer to Massy, I learned that nature is very much present here.

Q2: I enjoyed the entire walk, but I’d say the water plants in the Bièvre along the roadside.


Paris-Saclay from a different perspective