Synonyms for florac or Related words with florac

labastide              belcastel              blanquefort              magnoac              lacapelle              artigues              moutiers              argenton              conteville              aulnois              lauragais              villecomtal              eygurande              montgaillard              nieul              rougemont              arthez              pierrefitte              auriac              montceaux              jonzac              marcillac              noyal              miribel              lourmarin              castet              vauchelles              presles              montaut              mazerolles              montagnac              gazost              rouffiac              louvignies              mauvezin              arpajon              avignonet              miglos              rilhac              montpezat              saulx              arroux              arnouville              cussac              montcaret              bazoches              sauveterre              villenave              tolosane              chaudes             



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Florac is a former commune of the Lozère department in southern France. On 1 January 2016, it was merged into the new commune of Florac-Trois-Rivières.
Florac-Trois-Rivières (; ) is a commune in the department of Lozère, southern France. The municipality was established on 1 January 2016 by merger of the former communes of Florac and La Salle-Prunet. It is the seat ("sous-préfecture") of the arrondissement of Florac.
The Château de Florac is a castle, originally built in the 13th century and then rebuilt in the 17th century, located in the French town of Florac, in Lozère, in south-central France.
The arrondissement of Florac is an arrondissement of France in the Lozère department in the Occitanie région. Its INSEE code is 481 and its capital city is Florac-Trois-Rivières.
The arrondissement of Florac has 38 communes; they are (with their INSEE codes):
When the Lozère department was created on 17 February 1800, the arrondissement of Florac was part of that original department.
The team expanded with the addition of Anne Deckman, Kelly B. Day, William Florac, and James Brenza. They completed the CADET prototype in the spring of 1959.
Florac was visited by a young Robert Louis Stevenson and features as a chapter in his droll Victorian bestseller "Travels with a Donkey in the Cévennes" (1879).
There is only a town with more than 1,000 inhabitants, and it is the subprefecture, Florac-Trois-Rivières, with 2,130 inhabitants.
Created in 1970, the park has its administrative seat in Florac at Florac Castle. It is located mainly in the "départements" of Lozère and Gard, and covers some parts of Ardèche and Aveyron. The Aven Armand cave is located in the park. In 2011, the Park was made a part of The Causses and the Cévennes, Mediterranean agro-pastoral Cultural Landscape UNESCO World Heritage site.
A good deal of military action has taken place in and around Florac. Before 1629 the town retained a defensive wall, and the castle was used by the Barons of Anduze in the 13th century.
The arrondissement of Florac is surrounded by the arrondissement of Mende to the north, by the Gard department to the east and south, and by the Aveyron department to the west.
La Salle-Prunet is a former commune in the Lozère department in southern France. On 1 January 2016, it was merged into the new commune of Florac-Trois-Rivières.
Jungraithmayr, Herrmann. 2004. L'idéophone en mokilko et en sibine: différences morphologiques et sémantiques. In: Élisabeth Motte-Florac and Gladys Guarisma (eds.), "Du terrain au cognitif: Linguistique, ethnolinguistique, ethnosciences. À Jacqueline M.C. Thomas", 181–195. Leuven/Paris: Peeters.
The principal towns and villages of the Cevennes are Alès, Le Vigan, Sumène, Valleraugue, Ganges, Saint-Hippolyte-du-Fort, Sauve, Lasalle, Saint-André-de-Valborgne, Saint-Jean-du-Gard, Anduze, Florac, Saint-Germain-de-Calberte, le Pont-de-Montvert, Villefort, Génolhac, Bessèges, Saint-Ambroix, Gagnières, Les Vans, Mende.
The Château de Miral (13th century) is a historical building on the territory of the commune of Bédouès, Lozère "département", in the Cevennes mountains of south-central France, about 10 km east of Florac going towards Le Pont-de-Montvert on road "D998". The castle overlooks the confluent of the Runes River and Tarn River.
Lozère is the least populated French department. It has a population, in 2012, of 76,889, for a population density of inhabitants/km. The "arrondissement" of Mende, with 63,613 inhabitants, is by far the largest. The other arrondissement, Florac, has 13,276 inhabitants.
The "arrondissement" covers the northern part of the department and is bordered to the north by the Auvergne region (the Cantal department to the northwest and the Haute-Loire department to the northeast), to the east by the Ardeche department (Rhône-Alpes region), to the south by the arrondissement of Florac and to the west by the Aveyron department (Midi-Pyrénées region).
In the 17th century, the castle belonged to the Mirmans, a family of the Nobles of the Robe which included numerous magistrates in the sovereign courts of Languedoc. In 1654, the knight François de Mirman, "conseiller du roi" and "intendant des gabelles", had the titles of "baron de Florac, seigneur de Bélarga, etc.".
Another national road, the RN 106, formerly ran through the city. This name is no longer valid for the section coming from the Gard and joining Mende via Florac (it is then of the RN 88 on the stretch between Balsièges and Mende). The northern part of the road was decommissioned in 2007 and now bears the name of D 806. This stretch goes from Mende to Saint-Chély-d'Apcher (and the A75 autoroute) via Chastel-Nouvel.