Synonyms for couvin or Related words with couvin

ciney              aywaille              virton              mariembourg              jurbise              bertrix              andenne              houffalize              yvoir              seclin              soignies              hamoir              anvaing              onhaye              beauraing              frameries              waremme              comblain              messancy              sprimont              watermael              florenville              walcourt              profondeville              lessines              hollogne              bressuire              raeren              blanquefort              wervik              libramont              attert              walhain              boucau              fleurance              gedinne              obernai              durbuy              rocourt              tamines              thuin              wielsbeke              jumet              aubange              marcq              esneux              waimes              hulpe              aulnoye              boitsfort             

Examples of "couvin"
The municipality consists of the following sub-municipalities: Couvin proper, Aublain, Boussu-en-Fagne, Brûly, Brûly-de-Pesche, Cul-des-Sarts, Dailly, Frasnes-lez-Couvin, Gonrieux, Mariembourg, Pesche, Petigny, Petite-Chapelle, and Presgaux.
Couvin () is a Belgian town located in the province of Namur.
Royale Union Sportive Mariembourg is a professional basketball club based in Couvin, Belgium.
The Sormonne River forms most of the commune's southern border. Couvin and Chimay, two Belgian municipalities, form its northern border.
Trou de l’Abîme also known as La caverne de l'Abîme and Couvin Cave is a karst cave located on the right bank of the "Eau Noire" river in the center of Couvin, Belgium, in Namur province. During various archaeological excavations of sediment deposits Mousterian artefacts and a Neanderthal molar were discovered.
Konstantinidis began his career 1990 with RES Couvin-Mariembourg, before was transferred in summer 1992 to R.O.C. de Charleroi-Marchienne, after eleven years with ROC Charleroi signed for local rival R. Charleroi S.C.. He played two years on youthside for Charleroi and joined than in 2005 to R.A.E.C. Mons in the Belgian First Division. He signed on 20 May 2008 for Nea Salamis and was on October 2008 released from his contract with the Cyprus club. He turned back to his homeland Belgium and signed for a half year with Royale Entente Sportive Couvin-Mariembourg. In summer joined from Royale Entente Sportive Couvin-Mariembourg on 12 August 2009 to Boussu Dour Borinage.
Couvin railway station provides the town with a rail link direct to Charleroi. The line terminates here; the next station is Mariembourg.
This table shows an overview of the protected heritage sites in the Walloon town Couvin. This list is part of Belgium's national heritage.
Marchant was born at Couvin in what is now Belgium in 1585 and entered the recollect community in that town in 1601, aged 16.
On top of these fixtures, 8 teams received a bye to the second round, namely Torpedo Hasselt (6), Belgica Edegem (6), Wilrijk (6), Assesse (6), Spy (5), Couvin-Mariembourg (4), Gouy (6) and Wellin (5).
Lake Ry de Rome is an artificial lake near the city of Couvin in Belgium near the border of France. The lake is located in the Ardennes. The water volume is 2,200,000 m³ and the area is 0.25 km².
On 1 January 2006 the municipality had 13,476 inhabitants. Couvin is the second largest municipality of Belgium by surface area, after Tournai. The total area is 206.93 km², giving a population density of 65 inhabitants per km².
The Neptune Caves (), also known as the Grottes de l'Adugeoir are a series of natural caves near Petigny in the municipality of Couvin, Belgium. They are located on the Eau Noire river, a tributary of the Meuse.
In the summer of 2005, Houche signed with APEP Pitsilia in the Cypriot First Division. He spent just one season with the club before returning to Belgium to play with "RES Couvin-Mariembourg".
On 12 May 1793 the department expanded itself with the Bailiwick of Liège, Couvin, and the countships from the Holy Roman Empire of Fagnolle and on 26 October 1795 a part of the Duchy of Bouillon.
Philippeville is the largest and most important town in The Fagne, and considered an unofficial capital of sorts. Other settlements of note include Couvin, Cerfontaine, Rance, Trélon and Solre-le-Château.
Harvard University Art Museums, the Honolulu Museum of Art, the National Museum of Art of Romania (Bucharest, Romania), the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, the Setagaya Art Museum (Tokyo), the Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art (Haifa, Israel), and the "Petit Format de Papier" Collection of the City of Couvin, Belgium, are among the public collections holding prints by Marian Korn.
In 1096 he took the whole Duchy of Godfrey of Bouillon as a pledge, for a sum of 1300 marks. He also bought the château de Couvin from Baldwin II, Count of Hainaut. At the same time he prevailed in a conflict over the comté de Brugeron, with Godfrey I of Leuven
The company was founded in 1913 by Emile Donnay (1885 - 1972) as a wooden tool handle manufacturing co-operative with six employees. Emile Donnay had little education and a modest background. The company began to diversify into other wooden products, including a bow for archers, which continues to be reflected in the Donnay bow-shaped logo. In 1924 Donnay built premises in Couvin.
After the victory of the allies in the Battle of Waterloo on 18 June 1815, the second Treaty of Paris subtracted territory from Ardennes to attach to the Netherlands: Duchy of Bouillon, Couvin, Mariembourg, Fagnolle, and Philippeville. In addition, the department was occupied by Prussian troops from June 1815 to November 1818.