Maine-et-Loire ([mɛn.e.lwaʁ]) is a department in west-central France, in the Pays de la Loire region.
Maine-et-Loire is one of the original 83 departments created during the French Revolution on M...
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Loire Valley
The Loire Valley (French: Vallée de la Loire, [va.le də la lwaːʁ]), spanning 280 kilometres (170 mi), is located in the middle stretch of the Loire River in central France. Its area comprise...
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Cadre Noir
The Cadre Noir, French: Cadre noir, is the corps of Ecuyers, or instructors, at the École Nationale d'Équitation, the French military riding academy at Saumur in western France. It also performs a...
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Job de Roincé
Job de Roincé (Born Joseph Boreau de Roincé, 18 April 1896, Segré, Maine-et-Loire - 30 December 1981), was a French journalist and writer, and also one of the founding figures of Breton nationalism.
Lucien Paye
Lucien Paye (born in Vernoil-le-Fourrier, Maine-et-Loire on 18 June 1907 – died 1972) was a former French politician.He was doctor of letters. He was Minister of National Education from 20 February 19...
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Château de Baugé
The Château de Baugé is a restored 15th century castle in the commune of Baugé-en-Anjou in the Maine-et-Loire département of France.
The castle existed during the second half of the 14th century. ...
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Anjou ([ɑ̃ʒu]) is a former county (in the sense of being ruled by a count, from c. 880), duchy (1360) and province centred on the city of Angers in the lower Loire Valley of western France. Its tradit...
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Terra Botanica
Terra Botanica is an amusement and botanical park in Angers.
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Christian Raymond
Christian Raymond (born 24 December 1943) was a French professional road bicycle racer. In 1970 Raymond won a stage in the 1970 Tour de France. He also competed in the individual road race at the 1964...
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Château d'Azay-le-Rideau
The Château d'Azay-le-Rideau ([azɛ lə ʁido]) is located in the town of Azay-le-Rideau in the French département of Indre-et-Loire. Built between 1518 and 1527, this château is considered one of the fo...
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The Verzée (French: la Verzée) is a 52.1 km (32.4 mi) long river in the Loire-Atlantique and Maine-et-Loire départements, western France. Its source is at Soudan. It flows generally east...
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Stephen of Autun
Stephen of Autun (b. at Baugé (hence in Anjou; d. at the abbey of Cluny in 1139 or early in 1140), surnamed Blagiacus or de Balgiaco, was a French liturgical writer and bishop of Autun.
Of his yo...
Jean Louis Barthélemy O'Donnell
Comte Jean Louis Barthelemy O'Donnell (1783–1836), was born in Maine-et-Loire, France, and was a Hiberno-French count who survived the French Revolution, campaigned in Italy and Spain under Napoleon B...
Marc Antoine Bourdon de Vatry
Marc-Antoine Bourdon Vatry (24 November 1761, Saint-Maur-des-Fossés - 22 April 1828, Paris, brother of Louis-François Bourdon, was a French Naval Minister.He began in 1778 as a clerk in the offices of...
Battle of Baugé
The Battle of Baugé, fought between the English and a Franco-Scots army on 22 March 1421 at Baugé, France, east of Angers, was a major defeat for the English in the Hundred Years' War. The English arm...
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Agglomeration community of the Saumur Loire development
The Communauté d'agglomération de Saumur Loire Développement is the intercommunal structure gathering the city of Saumur and some of its suburbs.It is located in the Maine-et-Loire département, in the...
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Tours ([tuʁ]) is a city in central France, the capital of the Indre-et-Loire department.It stands on the lower reaches of the river Loire, between Orléans and the Atlantic coast. Touraine, the region ...
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