Stade Geoffroy-Guichard is a multi-purpose stadium in Saint-Étienne, France. It is used primarily for football matches, and tournaments such as the 1984 European Football Championship, the Football World Cup 1998 and the Confederations Cup 2003. It …
Latitude and longitude of Saint-Just-Saint-Rambert
Saint-Just-Saint-Rambert is a commune in the Loire department in central France.
Latitude: 45° 29' 59.03" N
Longitude: 4° 14' 29.08" E
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The Stade de Gerland (otherwise known as Municipal de Gerland or Stade Gerland [stad ʒɛʁˈlɑ̃]) is a stadium, in the city of Lyon, France and home to Ligue 1 football club Olympique Lyonnais.
Saint-Pierre (English: Saint Peter) is a concrete building in the commune of Firminy, France.
Condrieu (From the French coin de ruisseau meaning "corner of the brook") is a French wine-growing Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC) located in the northern Rhône wine, near Vienne and to the south of the Côte-Rôtie AOC. The vineyards are situat…
Jean Monnet University (Université Jean Monnet, or Université de Saint-Etienne) is a French public university, based in Saint-Étienne.
The Cathedral of Saint Charles Borromeo (French: Cathédrale Saint-Charles-Borromée) is a Roman Catholic cathedral church in Saint-Étienne, France.
Oullins (French pronunciation: [ulɛ̃]) is a commune in the Metropolis of Lyon in Rhône-Alpes region in eastern France.
Saint-Étienne–Bouthéon Airport or Aéroport de Saint-Étienne–Bouthéon (IATA: EBU, ICAO: LFMH) is an international airport serving the French city of Saint-Étienne.
The Centre Tola Vologe is the training center and club headquarters of French football club Olympique Lyonnais. It is located in the city of Lyon, not far from the club's home stadium, the Stade de Gerland. The facility is named after Anatole Tologe…
Palais des Sports de Gerland is an indoor sporting arena located in Lyon, France.
The 2005 IAAF World Cross Country Championships took place on March 19/20, 2005. The races were held at the Hippodrome Joseph Desjoyaux in Saint-Galmier near Saint-Étienne, France.
The gare de Saint-Étienne-Châteaucreux is the main railway station in the town of Saint-Étienne. The station is situated in Châteaucreux, a little outside the centre of Saint-Étienne. The station is linked to the town centre by the town's second tra…
The Église Saint-Polycarpe (Church of St. Polycarp) is a church located in the 1st arrondissement of Lyon, on the slopes of La Croix-Rousse, between rue René Leynaud, rue Burdeau and passages Mermet and Thiaffait.
La Vallon Airfield is an abandoned World War II military airfield in France, which is located approximately 6 km north-northeast of Montbrison (Departement de la Loire,Rhone-Alpes); about 385 km south-southeast of Paria.
The Senouire (French: la Senouire) is a 63.2-kilometre (39.3 mi) long river in the Haute-Loire département, south-central France. Its source is at Sembadel. It flows generally west.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Saint-Étienne is a Latin Rite Catholic diocese in France, based in the city of Saint-Étienne in the Loire department.
The Saint-Étienne – Gorges de la Loire Nature Reserve is a natural reserve located in Saint-Étienne, France.
The Lignon du Forez (French: le Lignon du Forez, also called le Lignon de Chalmazel) is a 58.1 km (36.1 mi) long river in the Loire department, east-central France. Its source is near Chalmazel. It flows generally east.