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The Val-de-Marne department is located in the southeast of the capital, in the inner suburbs. On the natural side, the Bois de Vincennes and the river Marne are amongst its attractions. There are many sites of heritage, the Val-de-Marne includes the Château de Vincennes, the MAC / VAL d'Ivry-sur-Seine, the Rose Garden of L'Hay-les-Roses, Fragonard Museum of Maisons-Alfort ... The Rungis international market, which visits one Friday per month, is also located in this department, and is very accessible by public transport (metro, RER, tram, bus ...). The Val-de-Marne is also very famous for its River Marne, privileged walking locations which routes include famous taverns. Great events are held throughout the year in the Val-de-Marne: Festival of l'Oh, European Heritage Days, Music Festival ...