The Georges Bernanos Center is situated at 23 bis rue Valade, close to the Faculté des Sciences Sociales (UT1).
Georges Bernanos was born in Paris on February 20, 1888, and died at Neuilly sur Seine on July 5, 1948. A man of faith and of passion, a nonconformist and a polemist, he is recognized as one of the most important writers of the 20th century.
The Center has several rooms that can be scheduled for group use :
Salle Notre Dame : 60 people
Salon Cardinal Saliège : 12 people
Salon Mère Térésa : 30 people
Parloir Saint Saturnin : 5 people.
See also : Availability of rooms - Reserve a room
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