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 …
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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.
Restaurant De La Pyramide popularly known as La Pyramide was a Michelin Guide 3-star restaurant located in Vienne, Isère, 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 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.
Vienne Cathedral (Cathédrale Saint-Maurice de Vienne) is a Roman Catholic cathedral, dedicated to Saint Maurice, and a national monument of France, in the city of Vienne, Isère.
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 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.
Furan (also written as: Furens) is a 34 km long river in central France (Loire department), right tributary of the river Loire.
The Château de Viverols is a castle in Viverols in the Puy-de-Dôme département of France.
The Château de Grangent is a castle in the commune of Saint-Just-Saint-Rambert in the Loire département of France.