Aveyron


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Aveyron

(French avɛrɔ̃)
n
(Placename) a department of S France in Midi-Pyrénées region. Capital: Rodez. Pop: 266 940 (2003 est). Area: 8771 sq km (3421 sq miles)
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Then as they have already been in the south, they would come north to the country of the Aveyron.
Of course, there's an instructor strapped in with each of them, which allays my fears somewhat, and within a minute they are little specks on the horizon, circling high above the town of Millau, a hotspot for paragliding in the Aveyron region of the Midi-Pyrenees in southern France.
So, holding that thought, we make the long journey to |the the Aveyron, a region known for its amazing river activities, including canyoning and canoeing, as well as adventure circuits, bungee jumping and cycling.
So, holding that thought, we make Canoeing |the the long journey to the Aveyron, a region known for its amazing river activities, including canyoning and canoeing, as well as adventure circuits, bungee jumping and cycling.
On Wednesday, a 76-year-old woman drowned in the Aveyron region.
Edgar, who now lives in Aveyron, France, wrote his memoir 'My Neighbor Hitler: Memories of a Jewish Child' with the aid of a French journalist and it is being released next week.
I've said before that the Aveyron region is a foodie paradise, bursting at the seams with fruit, vegetables and lots of delicious lovingly-reared meat.
Only one of the spacious family homes is left for sale at the luxurious three house development, where the houses are named after French regions; Aveyron, Savoie and Charente.
I am staying in a rented house in the hamlet of Annat, high above the Lot Valley in the Aveyron region of France.
Sections are arranged geographically by destinations (Paris, Versailles, Aveyron, and the Loire), places to stay, food and drink (including Provence and Brittany), and arts and culture.
For a cheese to be sold as Roquefort, for example, it must be made from the milk of a certain breed of sheep that has been matured in the natural caves near Roquefort in France's Aveyron region.