Carcassonne Airport (French: Aéroport de Carcassonne) (IATA: CCF, ICAO: LFMK) is an airport serving Carcassonne and the south of Languedoc. The airport is located on the western edge of the city, 3 km (2 nautical miles) from the city center, in the …
Carcassonne (French pronunciation: [kaʁ.ka.sɔn]; Occitan: Carcassona, Occitan pronunciation: [kaɾ.ka.ˈsu.no]) is a fortified French town in the Aude department, of which it is the prefecture, in the Region of Languedoc-Roussillon.
Latitude: 43° 13' 0.01" N
Longitude: 2° 21' 0.00" E
Articles of interest in Carcassonne
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The Basilica of St. Nazaire and St. Celse or St. Nazarius and St.
Carcassonne Cathedral (Cathédrale Saint-Michel de Carcassonne) is a cathedral and designated national monument in Carcassonne, France.
The Châteaux de Lastours (in Occitan Lastors) are four so-called Cathar castles in the French commune of Lastours in the département of l'Aude. The four castles are on a rocky spur above the village of Lastours, isolated by the deep valleys of the O…
Carcassonne is a railway station in Carcassonne, Languedoc-Roussillon, France, located on the Bordeaux - Sète and Carcassonne - Rivesaltes railway lines.
Stade Albert Domec is a multi-use stadium in Carcassonne, France. It has a capacity of 10,000 spectators, and is used mostly for rugby league and rugby union matches.
The pic de Nore (Occitan: Nòra) at 1211 metres is the highest point in the Montagne Noire, on the border of the Aude and Tarn departments, near to the Parc naturel régional du Haut-Languedoc in southern France.
Lac de la Cavayère is an artificial lake in the Languedoc-Roussillon région of France, close to the mediaeval town of Carcassonne.
The Épanchoir de Foucaud is a siphon for water release from the Canal du Midi west of Carcassonne.
The Pont Marengo (Marengo bridge) crosses the Canal du Midi and links Carcassonne to the local railway station.
The Château de Saissac is a ruined castle, one of the so-called Cathar castles, in the southernmost tip of the commune of Saissac in the Aude département in the north-west of Carcassonne, France. It was once the residence of the powerful vassal fami…
The Argent-Double Aqueduct (French: Pont-canal de l'Argent-Double) is one of several aqueducts on the Canal du Midi.
Aragó is a family name that descended from the kings of the Aragonese Crown. The kings never used any family name. All lines are now exhausted.
The Sauzens Aqueduct (French: Aqueduc de Sauzens) is one of several aqueducts on the Canal du Midi.
The Rivassel Aqueduct (French: Aqueduct du Rivassel) is one of several aqueducts on the Canal du Midi.
Pic de Nore transmitter is a facility for FM/TV transmission situated on the mountain of same name at 43°25'29"N 2°27'47"E, in the Montagne Noire, on the border of the Aude and Tarn departments, near to the Parc naturel régional du Haut-Languedoc in…
Limoux-Flassian is a railway station in Limoux, Languedoc-Roussillon, France. The station is located on the Carcassonne - Rivesaltes railway line. The station is served by TER (local) services operated by the SNCF.
Limoux is a railway station in Limoux, Languedoc-Roussillon, France. The station is located on the Carcassonne - Rivesaltes railway line.