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Haute-Saones 1st constituency

The 1st constituency of Haute-Saone is centred on the small town of Vesoul and covers the western portion of the department. The borders of the constituency crested for the 2012 election match those of the old 1st Constituency which existed betwe ...

                                               

Haute-Saones 2nd constituency

The 2nd constituency of Haute-Saone is centered on the small towns of Hericourt and Lure it covers the eastern portion of the department. The borders of the constituency created for the 2012 election match those of the old 1st Constituency which ...

                                               

Roman Catholic Diocese of Limoges

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Limoges is a diocese of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church in France. The diocese comprises the departments of Haute-Vienne and Creuse. After the Concordat of 1801, the See of Limoges lost twenty-four parish ...

                                               

Chateau dAsnieres

With adjoining stables at the edge of its grounds capable of housing 120 horses and known as the "entrepot general" or central depot for the Asnieres stud, the chateau was one of the finest estates near Paris in the mid 18th century. It shows the ...

                                               

Hauts-de-Seines 1st constituency

The 1st constituency of the Hauts-de-Seine is a French legislative constituency in the Hauts-de-Seine departement. It is represented in the XVth legislature by Elsa Faucillon of the PCF.

                                               

Hauts-de-Seines 2nd constituency

The 2nd constituency of the Hauts-de-Seine is a French legislative constituency in the Hauts-de-Seine departement. It is represented in the XIVth legislature by Sebastien Pietrasanta, of the PS.

                                               

Hauts-de-Seines 3rd constituency

The 3rd constituency of the Hauts-de-Seine is a French legislative constituency in the Hauts-de-Seine departement. It is represented in the XIVth legislature by Jacques Kossowski, of the UMP.

                                               

Hauts-de-Seines 4th constituency

From May 15, 1991 to March 31, 1992 and from April 4, 1992 to March 29, 1993, Michel Sapin was appointed Deputy Minister for Justice, then, on April 4, 1992, Minister of Finance. He is replaced by his substitute, Michel Thauvin.

                                               

Hauts-de-Seines 5th constituency

Hauts-de-Seines 5th constituency sits in the north of the department wedged between the Seine to the west and the Boulevard Peripherique which marks the border of Paris proper. It includes the prosperous suburbs of Clichy and Levallois-Perret. Th ...

                                               

Hauts-de-Seines 6th constituency

Hauts-de-Seines 6th constituency lies between the Seine and the Boulevard Peripherique bordered to the north by Hauts-de-Seines 5th constituency. It includes the wealthy suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine the political base of former President of France ...

                                               

Hauts-de-Seines 7th constituency

Hauts-de-Seines 7th constituency sits in the centre of the department bordering Paris just north of Boulogne-Billancourt and Yvelines to the west. It includes the extremely wealthy suburb of Saint-Cloud as well as Garches to the west and Rueil-Ma ...

                                               

Hauts-de-Seines 8th constituency

Hauts-de-Seines 8th constituency lies in the south west of the department and borders Yvelines to the west. The constituency includes the towns of Chaville, Meudon and Sevres all of which surround the northern edge of the Forest of Meudon. Seat t ...

                                               

Hauts-de-Seines 9th constituency

Hauts-de-Seines 9th constituency is entirely composed of the town of Boulogne-Billancourt which lies just west of Paris and forms an exclusive and wealthy suburb. In the district he was elected conservative MPs in its history. In 2012, Thierry So ...

                                               

Hauts-de-Seines 10th constituency

Hauts-de-Seines 10th constituency covers the area to the south of Boulogne-Billancourt bordered to the north by the Seine and to the south by the Paris–Brest railway. The seat forms part of the wealthy suburbs just to the west of Paris. On 16 Oct ...

                                               

Hauts-de-Seines 11th constituency

Hauts-de-Seines 11th constituency sits the south of the department bordered to the north by Paris and to the east by Val-de-Marne. The seat has always elected left the meaning of the deputies, mostly from the French Communist party, with the exce ...

                                               

Hauts-de-Seines 12th constituency

The 12th constituency of the Hauts-de-Seine is a French legislative constituency in the Hauts-de-Seine departement. It is represented in the XIVth legislature by the socialist Jean-Marc Germain.

                                               

Hauts-de-Seines 13th constituency

Hauts-de-Seines 13th constituency covers the far south of the department. Historically, the constituency has supported the right, except for the election of 1981. The left remains competitive with its candidate losing only 191 votes in the 2012 e ...

                                               

Bardou, Herault

Bardou, Herault is a small village located in the Herault departement in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of France. The hamlet is located in the municipality of Mons, Herault in the canton Olargues.

                                               

Heraults 9th constituency

The 9th constituency of Herault is a French legislative constituency in the Herault departement. It was established in 2010 districts, with the first elections in 2012. It consists of a Canton and of the Canton of Mauguio Montpellier-4, and commu ...

                                               

Chateau de Brosse

The Chateau de Brosse is a ruined castle in the commune of Chaillac, near Saint-Benoit-du-Sault in the Indre departement of France. Chateau de Brosse is situated at an altitude of 108 meters.

                                               

Indres 1st constituency

The 1st constituency of Indre is a French legislative constituency in the Indre departement. From 1958 to 2012, he was one of three constituencies in Indre. In 2010 districts, the number of voters in Indre was reduced to two. It consists of the f ...

                                               

Indres 2nd constituency

The 2nd constituency of Indre is a French legislative constituency in the Indre departement. From 1958 to 2012, he was one of three constituencies in Indre. In 2010 districts, the number of voters in Indre was reduced to two. It consists of the f ...

                                               

Chateau de Cinq-Mars

The Chateau de Cinq-Mars is a castle in the commune of Cinq-Mars-la-Pile in the Indre-et-Loire departement of France. The castle was built in the 12th century, with significant additions and alterations from the 13th, 15th and 16th centuries.

                                               

Indre-et-Loires 2nd constituency

The 2nd constituency of Indre-et-Loire is one of five French legislative constituencies in the Indre-et-Loire departement. It consists of the following cantons, Amboise, blere city, Chateau-Renault, Montlouis-sur-Loire, tours, Vouvray Nord-est.

                                               

Indre-et-Loires 4th constituency

The 4th constituency of Indre-et-Loire is one of five French legislative constituencies in the Indre-et-Loire departement. It consists of the following cantons, Ballan-world, Chinon, Joue-Les-Tours, Saint-Maure-de-Touraine.

                                               

Indre-et-Loires 5th constituency

The 5th constituency of Indre-et-Loire is one of five French legislative constituencies in the Indre-et-Loire departement. It consists of the North-Western tours, langeais and Canton of Saint-Cyr-sur-Loire and communes Neuille-Pont-Pierre and neu ...

                                               

Chateau de Vaujours

The Chateau de Vaujours is a ruined castle from the 12th and 15th centuries, located in the commune of Chateau-la-Valliere in the Indre-et-Loire departement of central France. It was part of the seigneurie of Chasteaux-en-Anjou, the future Chatea ...

                                               

Chateau de Fallavier

The castle dates back at least to 1250. It was enlarged and reinforced in the 13th century by the counts of Savoy, but was gradually forsaken and lay in ruins by the 17th century. Since 1970, under the direction of its last owner Gabriel Merard, ...

                                               

Iseres 3rd constituency

The 3rd constituency of Isere is one of ten French legislative constituencies in the Isere departement. He was appointed in 1986 to cover then cantons of Fontaine-sassenage and Grenoble III, V and VI.

                                               

Iseres 4th constituency

The 4th constituency of Isere is one of ten French legislative constituencies in the Isere departement. He was appointed in 1986 to cover the then cantonal de Bourg-dOisans, clelles, building, fountain city sessine, mens, Monestier-de-Clermont, L ...

                                               

Iseres 5th constituency

The 5th constituency of Isere is one of ten French legislative constituencies in the Isere departement. He was appointed in 1986 to cover then cantons Alvar, the domain-this will allow you, Goncelin, Saint-egrève, Saint-Geoire-EN-Valdaine, Saint- ...

                                               

Iseres 6th constituency

The 6th constituency of Isere is one of ten French legislative constituencies in the Isere departement. After 2010 French districts electoral districts added a tenth groupisere for the 6th congressional district consisted of pre-2015 cantonal reo ...

                                               

Iseres 7th constituency

The 7th constituency of Isere is one of ten French legislative constituencies in the Isere departement. After 2010 French districts electoral districts added a tenth groupisere, 7th congressional district consists of the pre-2015 cantonal reorgan ...

                                               

Iseres 8th constituency

The 8th constituency of Isere is one of ten French legislative constituencies in the Isere departement. After 2010 French districts electoral districts added a tenth groupisère 8th congressional district consists of the pre-2015 cantonal reorgani ...

                                               

Iseres 9th constituency

The 9th constituency of Isere is one of ten French legislative constituencies in the Isere departement. After 2010 French districts electoral districts added a tenth groupisere, 9th congressional district consists of the pre-2015 cantonal reorgan ...

                                               

Iseres 10th constituency

The 10th constituency of Isere is one of ten French legislative constituencies in the Isere departement. It was established in 2010 districts of the French electoral districts and consists of pre-2015 cantonal reorganization of the cantons Bourgo ...

                                               

Col de Palaquit

The Col de Palaquit) is a mountain pass situated in the Chartreuse Mountains in the Isere department of France, near the village of Sarcenas. The Tour de France cycle race will cross the col for the first time on Stage 13 of the 2014 race. The pa ...

                                               

Col de Porte

The Col de Porte) is a mountain pass situated in the Chartreuse Mountains in the Isere department of France, between Le Sappey-en-Chartreuse to the south and Saint-Pierre-de-Chartreuse to the north. It sits on the D512 between Grenoble and Chambe ...

                                               

Rampe de Laffrey

The Rampe de Laffrey is a section of Frances Route nationale 85, today called the Route Napoleon, located in the department of Isere between the communes of Laffrey and Vizille, about fifteen kilometers southeast of Grenoble. It is a steep and mo ...

                                               

Chateau de Chevreaux

The Chateau de Chevreaux is a ruined castle in the commune of Chevreaux in the Jura departement of France. At an altitude of 473 m, the castle dominates the Bresse plain.

                                               

Juras 1st constituency

The 1st constituency of Jura is a French legislative constituency in the Jura departement. The 1st congressional district of Jura covers the South-Western part of the Department and includes in Lons-Le-Saunier Prefecture.

                                               

Juras 2nd constituency

The 2nd constituency of Jura covers the south east of the department. With a thinly spread population it reaches into the Jura mountains from the centre of the department. As in the two other districts of the Jura seat is conservative UMP and sin ...

                                               

Juras 3rd constituency

The 3rd constituency of Jura covers the north of the department and includes its largest town Dole. And now conveniently on the UMP seat has historically oscillate between the left and right. Between 1997 and 2002, the place was occupied by Domin ...

                                               

Chateau de la Muyre

A first castle was built on the ruins of an earlier Gallo-Roman structure. Currently château de La Muyre was built from limestone by an unknown architect in the early 15th century. Over the years there have been significant additional work and al ...

                                               

Brassenx

Brassenx was a barony of Upper Landes, in the southwest of France. Its historical capital was Arjuzanx. Its main town is now Morcenx. The etymology of Brassenx is a male Gallo-Roman name: Braccius, plus the pre-Celtic suffix: -incum. During the E ...

                                               

Loir-et-Chers 2nd constituency

The 2nd constituency of Loir-et-Cher is one of three French legislative constituencies in the Loir-et-Cher department, in the Centre-Val de Loire region. It consists of pre-2015 cantonal reorganization of the cantons Bracieux, Lamotte-Beuvron, Me ...

                                               

Chateau de Montrichard

The Chateau de Montrichard is a ruined 11th-century castle at the heart of the commune of Montrichard in the Loir-et-Cher departement of France. The property of the commune, it has been listed since 1877 as a monument historique by the French Min ...

                                               

Loires 1st constituency

The 1st constituency of Loire is one of six French legislative constituencies in the Loire department, in the Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes region. It consists of pre-2014 cantonal reorganization of the cantons of Saint-étienne northeast 1 and 2 and Saint ...

                                               

Loires 2nd constituency

The 2nd constituency of Loire is one of six French legislative constituencies in the Loire department, in the Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes region. It consists of pre-2014 reorganization of the cantons of cantons of Saint-étienne South-East 1, 2 and 3, as ...

                                               

Chateau de Chateaurenard

There have been three distinct castles on the site. The chateau de Renard, 961-1131, was situated within the upper part of the enceinte. The king, Louis VI, attacked and destroyed this castle in 1110 and again in 1131 when it seemed that it was s ...