Blois

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Blois

 (blwä)
A town of central France on the Loire River northeast of Tours. It was the seat of the powerful counts of Blois and a favorite residence of French royalty.
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Blois

(French blwa)
n
(Placename) a town in N central France, on the Loire: 13th-century castle. Pop: 46 013 (2009)
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Blois

(blwa)

n.
a city in central France, on the Loire River. 51,950.
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