Loire River


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Noun1.Loire River - the longest French riverLoire River - the longest French river; rises in the Massif Central and flows north and west to the Atlantic Ocean
France, French Republic - a republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe
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Pouilly, and Sancerre - whose vineyards sit on the other side of the Loire river - were the bottles to be seen with in the glory days of firm hold hairspray and espadrilles.
Contract notice: definition study of morphological restoration actions on the loire river by reactivation of lateral erosion
Between 2007 and 2011, Lise Han ran a company in the city of Tours organizing visits to the castles along the Loire river as well as symbolic wedding ceremonies at the town's city hall, French newspaper Le Figaro reported.
We rounded off our sunny day by wandering around the quaint little streets of Behuard, the only department on an island in the Loire river, and visiting Jean-Luc Duvignon's woodcarving studio.
Our base for the week was Domaine de la Breche, nestled next to the Loire River just outside the medieval town of Saumur.
The Loire river was only a fiveminute drive away from Dugny, opening you out to the towns, villages and cities which nestle along its winding route.
After settling in and getting into holiday mode we left the site to see what the area had to offer, taking a day trip to nearby Blois, a hillside city on the Loire River.
As per the plan, Flybe will operate five flights per week to the port city of Nantes on the Loire River in western France, until October 29, 2016.
Focusing on the monk's portrayal of Jerusalem and the cross, Callahan examines the life and writings of Ademar (988-1034), the most prolific writer of his day in France south of the Loire River, and whose surviving manuscripts number more than those of any other individual from the early Middle Ages.
Pedaling the Loire River: Historic France - Ages 50 and up.
Sailing up to Nantes along the Loire River, the longest in France, we passed hundreds of vineyards and many beautiful chateaux set along the banks.
So when Xavier Douroux, director of Le Consortium in Dijon, France, asked me if I thought Wool would be interested in making a series of windows for the chapel at La Charite-sur-Loire--a small town of medieval origin along the Loire River in southern France--I expressed serious doubt.