Synonyms for angliers or Related words with angliers

availles              lacapelle              labastide              lourdios              tronville              montceaux              aveney              macamic              mireval              vauchelles              bernaville              blanzy              pierrefitte              landerron              beauquesne              hesmond              deschambault              berthierville              dreuil              paulhac              ozillac              origny              villarzel              magnac              peney              villecomtal              criquetot              jarrie              prunay              argenton              becquincourt              budange              sanilhac              gainneville              preissac              buleux              halinghen              tauriac              maisnil              ambly              bosdarros              ormoy              allinges              canchy              saulxures              nieul              montmarault              rouffiac              jonzac              avanne             

Examples of "angliers"
Angliers commune is divided into two clearly distinct parts:
Percentage Distribution of Age Groups in Angliers and Charente-Maritime Department in 2009
Angliers is a commune in the Vienne department in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region in western France.
Angliers is a village in northwestern Quebec, Canada, in the Témiscamingue Regional County Municipality.
Angliers is a French commune in the Charente-Maritime department in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region of south-western France.
The swamp is drained by the waters of the "Curé" river which is a small coastal river and serves as the eastern boundary of the commune. This river has its source in the commune of Saint-Georges-du-Bois and becomes a Canal before emptying into the Bay of Aiguillon. It is called the "Canal du Curé" at Angliers. Formerly, the eastern part of Angliers was always flooded along the road north of the commune that joins the village of Le Grand Peu to Nuaillé-d'Aunis. Angliers is at the southern limit of the Marais Poitevin.
The history of Angliers before Gallo-Roman times has been lost, as with many neighbouring communes. However, a few important remains have been found. Sarcophagi found in the 19th century at Gillebergère are not necessarily from those remote times.
Rouyn-Noranda–Témiscamingue is a provincial electoral district in the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region of Quebec, Canada, which elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It includes large portions of the city of Rouyn-Noranda as well as the cities or municipalities of Angliers, Ville-Marie and Témiscaming.
The "Curé" stream forms the eastern boundary of the commune and the Virson forms the northern part of the western boundary and they both meet at a place called "le Gouffre" (the Pit) which is the start of the Canal du Curé on the municipal boundary of the neighbouring commune of Angliers.
Ancient relics are rare but the door of the church dates from 1100/1130. It once came under the Abbey of Nieul-sur-l'Autise. This church has undergone many changes throughout its history mainly because of the Hundred Years War and the Wars of Religion. The fighting that took place around the castles of Benon, Nuaillé-d'Aunis, and Surgères suggest many passages by the Port Bertrand through the east of Angliers to the town of La Rochelle.
As it raced eastward at 62 mph (100 km/h), the system entered into western Quebec in the Témiscamingue region around 11:00 p.m. A gust of 65 mph (102 km/h) was reported at the automatic station of Angliers. There was also a tremendous amount of lightning associated with this derecho, with around 6000 lightning strikes per hour. Another person in this derecho was killed at Val-des-Lacs (V on the map) when a tree fell on the victim. A woman was injured when a tree crushed her car.
Angliers is located some 15 km north-east of La Rochelle and 15 km south by south-east of Marans. National highway N11 (E601) passes through the north of the commune and there is an exit at the north-eastern tip of the commune to the D109 road which runs south through the commune to Vérines. Access to the village is by a country road off the D109. There is also the D203E1 road running from the hamlet of Saint-Gilles west to Loiré. Apart from the village, there are also the hamlets of Le Grand Peu, Saint-Gilles, and Les Loges. The commune is entirely farmland.