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Meulan-en-Yvelines (formerly Meulan) is a commune in the Yvelines department in the Île-de-France region in north-central France. It hosted part of the sailing events for the 1900 Summer Olympics held in neighboring Paris, and would do so again twenty-four years later.
In 1435 as a part of the Hundred Years' War, Ambroise de Loré and Jean de Dunois defeated the English nearby.
The Coat of Arms of Meulan-en-Yvelines is blazoned as:
Azure semy-de-lys or, a chief chequy or and gules of four tiers.
The shield of arms is composed of the ancient arms of France, granted to the village as an augmentation of honour by Henri IV in 1590, with a chief displaying the first four tiers of the chequy or and gules arms of the ancient Counts of Meulan.Abdoulaye Doucoure, footballer
Frederic Esther, boxer
Kevin Mendy, basketball player
M'Baye Niang, footballer
Ibrahim Sacko, footballer
Maurice Thiriet, (1906–1972), composer
Yannick Zachee, basketball player
David Douillet, judoka
Meulan is twinned with; Kilsyth, North Lanarkshire, Scotland
Taufkirchen (bei München), Germany