Hautes-Alpes


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Hautes-Alpes

(French otzalp)
n
(Placename) a department of SE France in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region. Capital: Gap. Pop: 126 810 (2003 est). Area: 5643 sq km (2201 sq miles)
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Contract notice: Insurance services for the needs of the hautes-alpes.
The avalanche struck three groups of roped climbers, said Pierre Besnard, the prefect of the Hautes-Alpes region.
Richard, who has two other sons Greg and Alexander, told how Lawrence and his friend were climbing the north face of the Ailefroide mountain in the Hautes-Alpes region when the tragedy happened.
GAP, Hautes-Alpes (Reuters) - Rien ne pourra sans doute lui permettre d'egaler dans le coeur des Portugais le phenomenal et grand coureur des annees 1970 Joaquim Agostinho mais Rui Costa, sans avoir son renom, est sans doute le meilleur coureur cycliste produit par ce pays depuis.
It is believed the victims died on Saturday in the Hautes-Alpes region.
We were here to get a glimpse of the Hautes-Alpes region of France, where some of the most accessible resorts in Europe are easily reachable via Ryanair flights to Turin, Grenoble or Marseilles.
Lawrence Walker, from Huddersfield, died on July 12 when he was hit by a falling boulder as he was climbing on the north face of the Ailefroide mountain in the Hautes-Alpes, south east France.
Three others - two Brits and the French driver -were treated for less serious injuries after the accident on the border of the Isere and Hautes-Alpes departments.
Three other people ( two British tourists and the French driver ( were treated for less-serious injuries after the accident on the border of the Isere and Hautes-Alpes departments.
Three other people - two British tourists and the French driver - were treated for less serious injuries after the accident on the border of the Isere and Hautes-Alpes departments, police said.
He said the crash happened on the border of the Isere and Hautes-Alpes departments.
La mine du Fournel (L'Argentiere-la-Bessee, Hautes-Alpes, France): l'exploitation rationnelle aux Xeme-XIVeme siecles d'un ilion de plomb argentifere, in L.