Le Somail is a hamlet in the Aude department of southwestern France.
Lézignan-Corbières (Occitan: Lesinhan de las Corbièras or Lesinhan de las Corbièiras) is a commune in the Aude department in the Languedoc-Roussillon region in southern France.
Latitude: 43° 11' 51.54" N
Longitude: 2° 45' 41.11" E
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Narbonne Cathedral (Cathédrale Saint-Just-et-Saint-Pasteur de Narbonne) is a former cathedral, and national monument of France, located in the town of Narbonne.
Amorebieta-Etxano also known as Zornotza (Spanish, Amorebieta-Echano) is a town and municipality located in Biscay in the Basque Country, an Autonomous Community in northern Spain. Athletic Bilbao defenders Xabier Etxeita and Jon Aurtenetxe were bor…
Fontfroide Abbey or l'Abbaye Sainte-Marie de Fontfroide is a former Cistercian monastery in France, situated 15 kilometers south-west of Narbonne near to the Spanish border.
The Pont Serme or Pons Selinus, later called the Pons Septimus, was a Roman bridge of the Via Domitia in Hérault, southern France. The approximately 1500 m long viaduct crossed the wide marshes of the Orb River and the Etang de Capestang west of Béz…
The Pont des Marchands (English: Merchant Bridge) is a historic bridge in Narbonne, southern France. It serves as a foundation for a row of houses and shops underneath which the Canal de la Robine runs through the old town. Its segmental arch has a …
Narbonne is a railway station in Narbonne, Languedoc-Roussillon, France. The station opened on 22 April 1857 and is located on the Bordeaux–Sète railway and Narbonne–Portbou railway. The station is served by EuroCity (Talgo) (international), TGV (hi…
The La Nouvelle branch (French: embranchement de La Nouvelle) is a 37.3-kilometre (23.2 mi) lateral branch of the Canal du Midi in Aude, south-central France which runs from the Canal du Midi through Narbonne and on to the Mediterranean. It is compo…
Cesse Aqueduct (French: Pont-Canal de la Cesse) is one of several aqueducts, or water bridge, created for the Canal du Midi. Originally, the canal crossed the Cesse on the level.
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié is a multi-use stadium in Narbonne, France. It is currently used mostly for rugby union matches and is the home stadium of RC Narbonne.
The Abbey of St. Mary of Lagrasse (French: Abbaye Sainte-Marie de Lagrasse or Abbaye Sainte-Marie-d'Orbieu) is a Romanesque Benedictine abbey in Lagrasse, southern France, whose origins date to the 7th century. It is located in Languedoc, near the C…
Pech Maho oppidum is located in the town of Sigean, Aude, France.
There are numerous castles in the Hérault départment of France. Most are little more than ruins and many are barely discernible.
The Argent-Double Aqueduct (French: Pont-canal de l'Argent-Double) is one of several aqueducts on the Canal du Midi.
The Répudre Aqueduct (French: pont-canal de Répudre) is the first aqueduct built on the Canal du Midi. Pierre-Paul Riquet designed it to cross the Répudre River. It was built by Emmanuel d'Estan. It was designed in 1675 and completed in 1676, but wa…
The Rivassel Aqueduct (French: Aqueduct du Rivassel) is one of several aqueducts on the Canal du Midi.
This article is about the commune in France; for the inventor of the chronograph, see Nicolas Mathieu Rieussec.
Pechlaurier Lock is a double chamber lock on the Canal du Midi in the Aude region of Languedoc, France. The adjacent locks are Argens Lock 2485 metres to the east and Ognon Lock 2726 metres to the west.