Réunion (French: La Réunion, IPA: [la ʁeynjɔ̃]; previously Île Bourbon) is a French island with a population of 840,974 inhabitants (as of January 2013) located in the Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar, about 200 kilometres (120 mi) southwest of Maur…
Latitude and longitude of Saint-André
Saint-André (French pronunciation: [sɛ̃t‿ɑ̃.dʁe]) is the sixth-largest commune in the French overseas department of Réunion. It is located on the northeast part of the island of Réunion.
Latitude: -20° 57' 47.99" S
Longitude: 55° 39' 1.12" E
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Roland Garros Airport (French: Aéroport de la Réunion Roland Garros) (IATA: RUN, ICAO: FMEE), formerly known as Gillot Airport, is located in Sainte-Marie on Réunion, The airport is 7 kilometres (3.8 NM) east of Saint-Denis; it is named for the Fren…
The Piton des Neiges (Snow Peak) is a massive 3,069 m (10,069 ft) shield volcano on Réunion, one of the French volcanic islands in the Mascarene Archipelago in the southwestern Indian Ocean. It is located about 800 kilometres (500 mi) east of Madaga…
The Pointe des Galets is a cape in the north-west of the island of Réunion, heading on the Indian Ocean.
The University of La Réunion (Université de la Réunion) is a French university in the Academy of Réunion.
Réunion is an island in Southern Africa, in the Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar. It is an overseas region of France. The total area of the island is 2,512 km², of which 10 km² is water. The island has a coastline of 207 km.
The Cirque de Mafate is a caldera on Réunion Island (France; located in the Indian Ocean).
This list of tallest structures in Africa ranks man-made structures in Africa that stand at least 150 m (490 ft) tall, based on standard height measurement.
The Trou de Fer ("Iron Hole") is a canyon on Reunion Island, off the coast of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean. The primary river flowing through the gorge, which is up to 300 m (1,000 ft) deep, is the Bras de Caverne River, which is a tributary of th…
Saint-Gilles is a village located along the west coast of the island of Réunion, in the commune of Saint-Paul.
L'Âme de la France (“The Soul of France”) is the name given by the French sculptor Carlo Sarrabezolles to three identical monumental statues that he executed in three different materials during the interwar period, the first in plaster in 1921, the …
Hell-Bourg is a small village in the Salazie commune (administrative division) of the French overseas department of Réunion. It is the main community in the island's Cirque de Salazie, and is named for the respected former admiral and island governo…
The Raid on Saint-Paul was an amphibious operation conducted by a combined British Army, Royal Navy and Royal Marines force against the fortified French port of Saint Paul on Île Bonaparte (now known as Réunion) during the Napoleonic Wars. The opera…
Colloquially known as Stade de l'Est, Stade Jean-Ivoula is a multi-use stadium in Saint-Denis, Réunion. It is currently used mostly for football matches.
The Rivière Saint-Denis is a river on the Indian Ocean island of Réunion.
La Montagne is a settlement within the commune of Saint-Denis, located along the north coast of the island of Réunion.
La Grande Chaloupe is a village on the island of Réunion, an overseas region of France in the Indian Ocean, located on its northern coast between Saint-Denis and La Possession.
The Jardin de l'État, formerly known as the Jardin du Roy, is a historic botanical garden on the island of Réunion, found in the capital Saint-Denis.