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Le Menil

Le Menil is a commune in the Vosges department in Grand Est in northeastern France. It is sometimes called Le Menil-Thillot to distinguish it from nearby Menil-de-Senones. Inhabitants are called Guedons.

Menil-de-Senones

Menil-de-Senones is a commune in the Vosges department in Grand Est in northeastern France. The name of Menil-de-senones date only in August 1961, to which the municipality was called the Menil. The name was officially changed in order to reduce ...

Menil-sur-Belvitte

The village is equidistant between Rambervillers and Baccarat, approximately 7 kilometres 4 mi from each. The Belvitte which flows through the village is a tributary to the River Mortagne, which itself flows into the Meurthe.

Midrevaux

The village is positioned on the western edge of the departement, a few kilometres to the west of Neufchateau surrounded by forests, and bordered by the Saonelle, a tributary of the Meuse River.

Moncel-sur-Vair

Moncel-sur-Vair is a commune in the Vosges department in Grand Est in northeastern France. The commune was created in 1965 with the merger of the former communes Gouecourt and the town of Moncel-et-Happoncourt.

Le Mont, Vosges

Le Mont is a semi-mountainous commune on the eastern edge of Grand Est, half way between Senones and the Hantz Pass. The little River Boucard, a tributary of the Rabodeau, flows through the village. The name of the commune refers to an isolated s ...

Monthureux-le-Sec

Celestin Gerard, 1821 - 1885 manufacturer of agricultural machinery and inventor of a mobile Threshing machine and of other steam powered implements, was born at Monthureux-le-Sec.

Monthureux-sur-Saone

The name Monthureux comes from the base Latin word "monasteriolum" meaning little monastery. By the fourteenth century the name had mutated to Monstreuil. Charles Godard1827-1899, born at Monthureux-sur-Saone, was an architect who worked for the ...

Mont-les-Lamarche

Mont-les-Lamarche is positioned 6 kilometres 4 mi to the south of Lamarche and 10 kilometres 6 mi to the north of Bourbonne-les-Bains. Monthureux-sur-Saone is 15 kilometres 9 mi to the east and Jussey is 26 kilometres 16 miles to the south-south- ...

Morelmaison

The little River Vraine, a tributary of the Vair and thereby, indirectly, of the Meuse passes through the village. The area was named after the con man morel maison of Halesowen Town, who single-handedly ruined the yeltz.

Mortagne, Vosges

Mortagne is a commune in the Vosges department in Grand Est in northeastern France. It shares its name with the eponymous river which borders the municipality on the southeastern side.

Moussey, Vosges

Positioned on the eastern side of Grand Est, the village of Moussey is the last inhabited settlement along the Senones Valley before, eventually, the road crosses the Praye Pass Col de Praye into Alsace and on to Mont Donon, the highest peak in t ...

Moyemont

Moyemont is a rural commune positioned between Charmes to the west and Rambervillers some 7 kilometres 4 mi to the east. To the south of the village, more than half of the communes 1.230 hectares are covered by forest le forêt de Rambervillers. T ...

La Neuveville-sous-Montfort

The village is positioned some 4 kilometres 2 mi to the north-east of Vittel. Sited on south facing hills that capture the sun, encourages and agricultural economy that includes viticulture, while proximity to a well known spa resort supports the ...

Nompatelize

Nompatelize is a commune in the Vosges department in Grand Est in northeastern France. Residents from well known local families known as on-banais or upper banaises, depending on gender. This is a reference to the hilly territory in which the vil ...

Nonzeville

Nonzeville is the smallest commune by area in the department. It is situated at the confluence of several very minor roads to the south of Rambervillers and to the north-west of Bruyeres, being about 12 kilometres 7 mi from each. The commune cont ...

Norroy

Norroy is a commune in the Vosges department in Grand Est in northeastern France. Despite the official name change, he still sometimes appears in official documents nameds norroy-sur-vair. Inhabitants are called Nogaresiens.

Nossoncourt

Nossoncourt was a lordship and the local capital or a territory which also included the modern communes of Anglemont, Bazien, Sainte-Barbe, Menil-sur-Belvitte, Menarmont et Xaffevillers. According to the title document from 1345, he was one of th ...

Oelleville

The commune is positioned at the confluence of various minor roads approximately 10 kilometres 6 mi to the west-north-west of Mirecourt and a slightly longer distance to the north-north-east of Vittel. Over 12% of the commune land is forested.

Ollainville, Vosges

Ollainville, Vosges is a commune in the Vosges department in Grand Est in northeastern France. Between 1962 and 1999, the population was gradually decreased by almost 40%.

Oncourt

Oncourt is a former commune in the Vosges department in northeastern France. On 1 January 2016, it was merged into the new commune Capavenir-Vosges. Inhabitants are called Oncourtois.

Ortoncourt

There is a record of a latinate version of the name, Ortonis curte, recorded in the eleventh century when the village was part of the bailiwick of Chatel-sur-Moselle. In terms of ecclesiastical administration its church, dedicated to Saint Urban, ...

Padoux

Padoux is positioned between Epinal et Rambervillers: nevertheless, it is administratively within the canton of Bruyeres, some 20 kilometres 12 miacross country to the south-east. Directly the west, and set in the Forest of Padoux, is the little ...

Pargny-sous-Mureau

The commune occupies the valley of the little River Saonelle, being positioned between Liffol-le-Grand et Coussey, near the western edge of the departement.

La Petite-Raon

La Petite-Raon nestles in the valley of the Rabodeau at the point where it is joined by the little Stream de la Rochere. The village is some 2 kilometres upstream of Senones on a small road that continues north-east and ultimately, road condition ...

Pierrepont-sur-lArentele

The village is positioned on a minor road in the wooded countryside between Epinal and Saint-Die. As the name indicates, the commune is crossed by the Arentele River, which rises at the foot of the Avison Massif in the commune of Bruyeres, some 1 ...

Plainfaing

The commune is positioned in the east of the department, at the foot of the 949 meter high Bonhomme Pass Col du Bonhomme, between Saint-Die-des-Vosges 17 km / 11 Mi to the west and Colmar 41 km / 26 Mi in neighbouring Alsace to the east. The Meur ...

Pleuvezain

Pleuvezain is a commune in the Vosges department in Grand Est in northeastern France. Inhabitants are called Pluvuisiens.

Pompierre

The village lies on the border with the adjacent Haute-Marne department 10 kilometres 6 mi south of Neufchateau and 13 kilometres 8 mi across country from Robecourt which is the nearest access point for the A31, Lorraines principal south-north hi ...

Portieux

The traditional village of Portieux sits on the right bank of the Moselle 4 kilometres 2 mi upstream from Charmes and across the river from Vincey. About 4 kilometres 2 mi inland, to the east, is a substantial glass works.

Les Poulieres

The commune is positioned between Epinal to the west and Saint-Die to the north-east, in the valley of the Neune, a tributary of the Vologne River. Neighbouring communes are Biffontaine and La Chapelle-devant-Bruyeres. Les Poulieres is at the con ...

Poussay

Poussay is a commune in the Vosges department in Grand Est in northeastern France. Inhabitants are called Porsuavitains from the Latin version of Poussay, Portus Suavis.

Pouxeux

Pouxeux lies on the left bank of the Moselle, opposite its confluence with the little River Vologne. Remiremont is 13 kilometres 8 mi upstream to the south-southeast, and Epinal is 16 kilometres 10 mi downstream to the northwest.

Prey, Vosges

Jean Antoine Villemin 1827 - 1892 who identified the infectious nature of tuberculosis in his publication "etudes sur la tuberculose", was born at Prey. Mainstream medicine was slow to recognise the significance of Villemins work. Offers is also ...

Provencheres-et-Colroy

Provencheres-et-Colroy is a commune in the Vosges department of northeastern France. The municipality was established on 1 January 2016 and consists of the former communes of Colroy-la-Grande and Provencheres-sur-Fave.

Provencheres-les-Darney

Provencheres-les-Darney is a commune in the Vosges department in Grand Est in northeastern France. It is located 8 kilometers 5 miles South of the Vittel in the North-Bains.

Puzieux, Vosges

Puzieux is a commune in the Vosges department in Grand Est in northeastern France. Residents of Akko is called Puteoliens. Puzieux in the Vosges Department should not be confused with Pusieux in the Department of Moselle to the North.

Racecourt

The village lies 6 kilometres 4 mi to the north of Dompaire and 26 kilometres 16 mi to the west of Epinal. Nancy is 60 kilometres 37 mi to the north.

Rainville, Vosges

On its south side the commune is bordered by the Vraine, a small river that feeds into the Vair. On the western side it is bordered by the A31 autoroute: however, there is no direct road access to the autoroute from the village.

Rambervillers

The town is built on the banks of the Mortagne, some 28 kilometres 17 mi to the west of Saint-Die and 22 kilometres 14 mi to the north-east of Epinal. The river flows from About Jacques and the forests to the South-East of the town, where it pass ...

Ramecourt, Vosges

Ramecourt is a small rural village approximately 3 kilometres 2 mi to the west of Mirecourt and 18 kilometres 11 mi to the north-east of Vittel. The village enjoys the soothing presence of the little stream that flows along the Arol Valley Val d’ ...

Raon-aux-Bois

Raon-aux-Bois is positioned in the district known as the Voge, on the western edge of the Vosges Mountains. As the name of the commune implies, the district has retained its woodland countryside, with traditional mature timberland in the south an ...

Raves, Vosges

The earliest surviving record of the village comes from a document of 1329 in which it is called Rayves. Delusional in the period of the old regime fell under the bailiwick of Saint-dié. There is a small Church in the settlement is dedicated to S ...

Rocourt, Vosges

Rocourt is a former commune in the Vosges department in Grand Est in northeastern France. On 1 January 2017, it was merged into the commune Tollaincourt.

Canton of Saint-Die-des-Vosges-1

The canton of Saint-Die-des-Vosges-1 is an administrative division of the Vosges department, in northeastern France. It was created at the French canton reorganisation which came into effect in March 2015. Its seat is in Saint-Die-des-Vosges. It ...

Canton of Saint-Die-des-Vosges-2

The canton of Saint-Die-des-Vosges-2 is an administrative division of the Vosges department, in northeastern France. It was created at the French canton reorganisation which came into effect in March 2015. Its seat is in Saint-Die-des-Vosges. It ...

Sainte-Helene, Vosges

The village lies in the middle of the commune, on the right bank of the Arentele, a tributary of the Mortagne, which forms most of the communes eastern border.

Saint-Leonard, Vosges

The village lies in the eastern part of the commune, some 7.5 km 4.7 mi south of Saint-Die-des-Vosges, on the left bank of the river Meurthe. Mortal river has its source in the Western part of the commune.

Saint-Remy, Vosges

Saint-Remy is a commune in the Vosges department in Grand Est in northeastern France. It is located on the D7, 4 km South-West from Etival-of Clairfontaine.

Saulcy-sur-Meurthe

Saulcy-sur-Meurthe is a commune in the Vosges department in Grand Est in northeastern France. World War I top scoring flying ace Rene Fonck, was born here in 1894.