this category is for individual car models produced in france. for motor vehicle manufacturing companies of france see category:motor vehicle manufacturers of france or category:defunct motor vehicle manufacturers of france for those no longer trading.. subcategories. this category has the following 15 subcategories, out of 15 total.
the treaty of the pyrenees of 1659 ceded northern catalonia to france, where it became the province of roussillon.the french provinces were abolished at the revolution law of 1789-12-22 , and roussillon was joined with the district of fenouillèdes occitan: fenolheda to form the département of the pyrénées-orientales, with perpignan as its administrative centre.
a cattle crush, squeeze chute, standing stock, or simply stock is a strongly built stall or cage for holding cattle, horses, or other livestock safely while they are examined, marked, or given veterinary treatment. cows may be made to suckle calves in a crush. for the safety of the animal and the people attending it, a close-fitting crush may be used to ensure the animal stands 'stock still'. the overall purpose of a crush is to hold an animal still to minimise the risk of injury to both the ani
this is a list of benedictine monasteries, extant and non-extant, in the present territory of france.it includes both monks and nuns following the rule of saint benedict, excluding the cistercians, for whom see list of cistercian monasteries in france.some monasteries however belonged at various times in their histories to both the benedictines and the cistercians.
the following is a list of cistercian monasteries in france, including current and former cistercian abbeys, and a few priories, on the current territory of france, for both monks and nuns.. these religious houses have belonged, at different times, to various congregations or groups within the cistercian order, among which the most important, for the french monasteries, are:
capital punishment in france french: peine de mort en france is banned by article 66-1 of the constitution of the french republic, voted as a constitutional amendment by the congress of the french parliament on 19 february 2007 and simply stating 'no one can be sentenced to the death penalty' french: nul ne peut être condamné à la peine de mort .
fort de buade was a french fort in the present u.s. state of michigan's upper peninsula across the straits of mackinac from the northern tip of lower michigan's 'mitten'. it was garrisoned between 1683 and 1701. the city of st. ignace developed at the site, which also had the historic st. ignace mission founded by jesuits.the fort was named after new france's governor at the time, louis de .
pressed duck french: canard à la presse, caneton à la presse, canard à la rouennaise, caneton à la rouennaise or canard au sang is a traditional french dish.the complex dish is a specialty of rouen and its creation attributed to an innkeeper from the city of duclair.since the 19th century, it has also been a specialty of the tour d'argent restaurant in paris where it is formally known as .
a horse-powered ore crusher stood at : devonshire: bovey tracey a photo of the horse cider press in bovey tracey. c1940. e.m.gardiner. dunsford remains of a horse powered cider press. lowley farm. harberton a photo of the cider press in harberton. c1940.mills archive. scorlinch, clyst st. lawrence: a horse engine. weyland, tedburn st. mary
11 october 1711: 245 people were killed in a crush on the guillotière bridge in lyon, france. this was caused when a large crowd returning from a festival on the other side of the rhône became trapped against an obstruction in the middle of the bridge caused by a collision between a carriage and a cart.
wwii items to sell in new york. june 6th, 1944, d-day - the campn that changed the course of world war two - when allied forces launched an amphibious assault on the beaches of normandy, france .
the ss normandie was a french ocean liner built in saint-nazaire, france, for the french line compagnie générale transatlantique cgt . she entered service in 1935 as the largest and fastest passenger ship afloat, crossing the atlantic in a record 4.14 days, and remains the most powerful steam turbo-electric-propelled passenger ship ever built.. her novel design and lavish interiors led many .
a bordeaux wine is any wine produced in the bordeaux region of southwest france.bordeaux is centered on the city of bordeaux, on the garonne river.to the north of the city the dordogne river joins the garonne forming the broad estuary called the gironde and covering the whole area of the gironde department, with a total vineyard area of over 120,000 hectares, making it the largest wine growing .
the creuse cake is a dessert named after the region. it is made with butter and hazelnuts. there are many varieties, and they are sold throughout france. notable people. george sand 1804-1878 she situated some of the action of her 1844 novel jeanne in rural boussac. thierry ardisson 1949- , host and journalist
motivation. reasons for banning further sale of fossil-fuelled vehicles include meeting national co2 targets under international agreements such as the kyoto protocol and the paris agreement, energy independence, or health risk from particulate and other emissions.. scope. the banning of fossil fuelled vehicles of a defined scope requires legislation to restrict further sales or registration .
corsica produces gourmet cheese, wine, sausages, and honey for sale in mainland france and for export. corsican honey, of which there are six official varieties, is certified as to its origin appellation d'origine contrôlée by the french national institute of origin and quality institut national des appellations d'origine – inao .
list of france national rugby union players is a list of people who have played for the france national rugby union team.the list only includes players who have played in a test match.. note that the 'position' column lists the position at which the player made his test debut, not necessarily the position for which he is best known.