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The 408

The 408 is a sector of Besançon. Like Planoise and Clairs-Soleils, The 408 has a notoriety for crime. It is sometimes viewed as a sub-sector of Grette.

Les Agneaux

Les Agneaux) is a mountain of the Massif des Ecrins in Hautes-Alpes, France. It is located in the commune of Pelvoux. The highest peak on the eastern side of the Ecrins massif, the mountain has three different summits; the Agneau Blanc at 3.631 m, the northwest summit at 3.646 m, and the highest summit Agneau Noir. Two main ridges cross the mountain from north to south and from east to west. Climbs usually start from the south and the view from the top takes in all the main Ecrins summits.

Avenue George V

Avenue George V starts Place de lAlma and ends at No. 99 avenue des Champs-Elysees, it marks the western limit of Pariss "golden triangle" triangle dor.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Belfort-Montbeliard

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Belfort–Montbeliard is a diocese of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church in France. Erected in November 1979, the diocese was split off from the Archdiocese of Besançon and remains a suffragan of the parent diocese. The current bishop is Dominique Blanchet.

Bidasoa-Txingudi

The place-name Bidasoa-Txingudi is a recent creation, combining the name of the river Bidasoa, which here provides a natural frontier between France and Spain in the Basque Country, with that of a bay on the French side of the estuary, the Bay of Txingudi. It is formed by the towns of Irun and Hondarribia on the Spanish side of the France–Spain border and the neighbouring town of Hendaye Hendaia on the French side. In 1999, a decade of efforts to forge closer links between these three municipalities, with a combined population of around 85.000, bore fruit in the launching of a consortium’ ...

Campbieil

The Campbieil is a summit in the French Pyrenees, culminating at a height of 3.173 m. It is located in the Neouvielle massif, included in the Pyrenees National Park of which it constitutes the second highest summit, after the pic Long).

                                     

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Aiguille des Arias

Aiguille des Arias is a mountain of the French Alps in Isere. Located in the Massif des Ecrins, the mountain is 3.403 m tall. Fetoules mirror lake, reflection of Tête de Lauranoure 3323 m to right Le BEC du canard 3269 m and lAiguille de arias 3403 m in the center.

                                     

Argiles à Plicatules

The Argiles à Plicatules is a geological formation in northern central France whose strata date back to the Early Cretaceous. Dinosaur remains are among the fossils that have been recovered from the formation.

                                     

Argiles Ostreennes

The Argiles Ostreennes is a geological formation in northern central France whose strata date back to the Early Cretaceous. Dinosaur remains are among the fossils that have been recovered from the formation.

                                     

Augusta Suessionum

Augusta Suessionum was the civitas capital of the Suessiones, gallic people, belonging to the Belgae group, founded at the end of the 1st century BC near their central oppidum, Noviodunum localised at Pommiers. The city is now called Soissons.

                                     

Ayala & Co.

Ayala & Co. is a Champagne producer based in the Ay region of Champagne. The house, founded in 1860, produces both vintage and non-vintage cuvee. It is currently being managed by Hadrien Mouflard, former secretary general of Champagne Bollinger. The chef de cave is Caroline Latrive. The house was one of the founding members of the Syndicat des Grandes Marques in 1882.

                                     

Balaruc

Balaruc is a former commune of the Herault department in southern France. It was suppressed in 1886 and split into two new separate communes: Balaruc-le-Vieux. (Баларюк-Ле-Вье) Baillargues-et-Colombier, renamed Balaruc-les-Bains in 1908, and.

                                     

Mont Beauvoir

Mont Beauvoir is a Chartreuse mountain culminating at 1.320 metres above sea level in the township of Saint-Jean-de-Couz in the French department of Savoie. Mont Beauvoir is part of the Jura Mountain range.

                                     

Berbers in France

Berbers in France are people of Berber descent living in France. Berbers in France, who generally call themselves Amazigh and not Berbers, are estimated to number over 2 million people.

                                     

Rocca Bernauda

Rocca Bernauda, in French Roche Bernaude, is a mountain of the Alps of 3.225 metres. It is the most western point of Italy after the cession of Valle Stretta with the Paris Peace Treaties of 1947. It is located in the Cozie Alps, not far from Bardonecchia between the Val di Susa, durance and Maurienne from the river arc. Geologically is composed of quartzite and gneiss, especially at its peak.

                                     

Borders of France

The borders of France are the international borders that the French Republic shares with neighbouring sovereign states. France has borders with 11 countries, totaling 4.176 kilometres for all of France and 2.913 kilometres for Metropolitan France. In June 2015, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has repeatedly expressed claims to the highest peaks-Mont-Blanc-site array: dome du Goûter, Pointe Helbronner Punta Helbronner and the highest, Mont Blanc Mont Blanc itself.