Synonyms for chesné or Related words with chesné

luzençon              malgoirès              fanneau              aregos              mailly_mademoiselle              blavou              llocnou              cailhava              terremotos_históricos              brèvedent              françois_adhémar              vougney              lacale              mézoargues              bosguérard              beugné              cubasmaria              critère              xejm              livoye              riopisuerga              ijzers              nichesola              rovérié              craecker              dioclétien              ghaisnes              valoura              boisnormand              fünferbund              cabrela              equipement_du_logement              aquena              gréhaigne              roocker              glaciologie              villeneufve              puéchabon              grands_ducs              escobar_edición_digital              reneins              rondefontaine              besichtigung              usanze              lefroid              wonderbare              cerrato_palencia              quadrupède              value_rgb_id_iceblue              néologie             



Examples of "chesné"
Saint-Georges-de-Chesné is located northeast of Rennes and south of the Mont Saint-Michel.
Saint-Georges-de-Chesné () is a commune in the Ille-et-Vilaine department in Brittany in northwestern France.
The adjacent communes are La Chapelle-Saint-Aubert, Billé, Saint-Georges-de-Chesné, and Saint-Jean-sur-Couesnon.
The bordering communes are Mézières-sur-Couesnon, Saint-Jean-sur-Couesnon, Saint-Georges-de-Chesné, Mecé, Livré-sur-Changeon, Liffré, Gosné, Ercé-près-Liffré, and Gahard.
The neighboring communes are Saint-Marc-sur-Couesnon, La Chapelle-Saint-Aubert, Vendel, Saint-Georges-de-Chesné, Saint-Aubin-du-Cormier, and Mézières-sur-Couesnon.
The Association was asked to present a similar exhibition to the one held in Nantes in 1992-1994 about the slave trade and slavery in Port-au-Prince. This exhibition entitled “1804-2004: One Land, One People, One Nation” was to trace back and illuminate the history of the Haitian nation from the origins to independence. This exhibition was to be shown in the center of Port-au-Prince, on the Champ de Mars plaza. The Association had appointed the same designers as for the exhibition in Nantes: Jean-Pierre Chesné, then director of the International Rochefort Sea Center, and Pierre Combes, the curator of the exhibition.