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 BOULOGNE-SUR-MER - LoveToKnow Article on BOULOGNE-SUR-MER
Boulogne is the seat of a sub-prefect, and has tribunals of first instance and of commerce, a board of trade-arbitrators, a chamber of commerce and a bran.ch of the Bank of France.
Boulogne is identified with the Gessoriacum of the Romans, under whom it was an important harbour.
To her succeeded the house of Brabant, issue of Mahaut of Boulogne, sister of Ida, and wife of Henry I. of Braban.t; and then the house of Auvergne, issue of Alice, daughter of Henry I..of Brabant, inherited the Boulonnais.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /B/BO/BOULOGNE_SUR_MER.htm

  
 Boulogne-sur-Mer
Boulogne is still an attractive seaside resort, with Nausicaa, the world-class sea-life centre; sandy beaches and good facilities for children (recognised as a "KID Station").
Boulogne at the mouth of the river Liane is France's biggest fishing port.
Later medieval Counts of Boulogne built a castle on one corner of the old Roman fortifications, and the Old Town grew up within the Roman walls.
www.theotherside.co.uk /tm-heritage/towns/boulogne.htm

  
 Boulogne-sur-Mer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Originally named Gesoriacum, by the 4th century Boulogne was known to the Romans as Bononia and served as the major port connecting the rest of the empire to Britain.
For other places called Boulogne, see the disambiguation page.
Population of the city (commune) at the 1999 census was 44,859 inhabitants, whereas the whole metropolitan area (aire urbaine) had 135,116 inhabitants.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Boulogne-sur-Mer

  
 Boulogne-sur-Mer (Municipality, Pas-de-Calais, France)
His wife founded in Boulogne the St. Wulmer's abbey and the church Notre-Dame.
Louis XI claimed that Notre-Dame venerated in the city was the real "Lord" of Boulogne, and that he, as her vassal, should try to defend her interests by all means, including incorporation of the county to France.
He failed to rouse Boulogne to revolt and was jailed into the fortress of Ham, from which he escaped six years later, using the clothes of a mason named Badinguet.
atlasgeo.span.ch /fotw/flags/fr-62-bm.html

  
 Boulogne-sur-mer, city of the"côte d'Opale"
Boulogne sur mer, city of the “côte d’Opale” is located at the mouth of River Liana in the English Channel.
Boulogne sur mer, city of the “côte d’Opale”
Surrounded by city walls, the high city of Boulogne sur mer is located at the site of an ancient Roman fortified camp.
www.mincoin.com /php2/boulahdeng.php

  
 Tramway Postcard - Boulogne-sur-Mer
These two cards of Wimereux (near Boulogne), dating from around 1913, are numbers 13 and 18 in a series produced in France by a photographer with the initials H.C., and who was most likely local to Boulogne.
As well as routes in the town of Boulogne, they operated several suburban lines one of which was the 8 km route to Wimereaux, which opened around 1913.
The line was a concession granted by the "departement" to the "Société des Tramways du Boulonnais" who leased it to T.E.B. The trams left Boulogne by its Casino route, following the coast and the Calais road to the nearby resort of Wimereux.
www.tramways.freeserve.co.uk /Cards/Postc28.htm

  
 Information France - Region Name: Maps, Accommodation, Hotels, Restaurants, Events, Property,
The “Centre Ville’ of Boulogne is a bustling mixture of shops, restaurants and cafés, bisected by pedestrian streets and with the cobbled square surveyed by the ancient Church of St Nicolas, protector of sailors, the oldest church in Boulogne.
The vast ‘Colonne de la Grande Armée’ which rises to 50 metres on a hillside to the north of Boulogne is surmounted by a statue of Napoleon and built of ‘boulonnais’ marble.
Much frequented by the British in the 19th century when the South Eastern railways owned the port of Folkestone and the route to Boulogne rivalled that of Dover to Calais for the cross channel trade, this route was abandoned in recent years.
www.informationfrance.com /disp_town.php?town_id=125

  
 Ibis Boulogne-sur-Mer Centre Les Ports in Boulogne-sur-Mer
In the centre of Boulogne on boulevard Diderot.
There are plenty of other eating possibilities in Boulogne.
Pets are welcome, but there is a charge of 5.00 € per animal per night which is payable direct to the hotel.
www.drive-alive.co.uk /holidayplanner/hotel.asp?hotelid=419

  
 Cheap Hotels - Hotel Hôtel Alexandra in Boulogne-sur-Mer, France
Boulogne sur Mer is the ideal pied-à-terre to discover the Opal Coast.
The Hôtel de la Matelote nestles in the heart of Boulogne Sur Mer.
Enter the heart of the medieval history of Boulogne while walking around the ramparts of the Old town.
www.cheaphotelsaccommodation.com /properties/ccbb46.cfm

  
 Boulogne (disambiguation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Boulogne is the name of several communes in France:
This is a disambiguation page, a list of pages that otherwise might share the same title.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Boulogne

  
 Boulogne, Northern France - Eurapart Travel Guide
This is the site of the Boulogne Camp where Napoleon kept his troops between 1803 to 1805 in preparation for an invasion of England.
One hundred and fifty years earlier Boulogne was considered for the same role by Napoleon.
The Château which was home to the Counts of Boulogne is now a Museum.
www.eurapart.com /boulogne.html

  
 Boulogne - sur - Mer - Boulogne sur Mer - FUAJ, The Network for Travellers
Boulogne sur mer : New ferrie may 2004 at 1 Km.
Boulogne - sur - Mer - Boulogne sur Mer - FUAJ, The Network for Travellers
Ville de Boulogne our Web site or on web site of Opalenews
www.fuaj.org /eng/hostels/aj_fiche.php?aj_id=44

  
 Notre Dame De Boulogne-Sur-Mer
Most travellers are familiar with what attractions Boulogne really does offer, but few if any would consider its very modern and ugly cathedral one of them.
Perched in the centre of the Haute-Ville, overlooking the city and port, the Cathedral of Notre Dame exists today more as a monument to the energy and devotion of its founder than as a notable architectural work.
This must be quite a consideration with pater-familias with a limited income derived from Consols or some other traditionally " excellent investment."
www.oldandsold.com /articles05/cathedral22.shtml

  
 Restaurants in Boulogne, La Poivrière - Boulogne-sur-Mer
This part of Boulogne does attract a great many British tourists so it would be unrealistic to expect an 'authentic' French experience.
If you find yourself looking for a place to eat in Boulogne try the old town.
The streets around the cathedral have at least half a dozen mid-priced French restaurants open in high season as well as several bars.
www.yourcounty.co.uk /freetime/archive/eatingout/lapoivriere.html

  
 France - Amiens To Boulogne Sur Mer
As the Onward ploughed her way through the rough Channel, and Boulogne and the Continent began to fade into distance, the clouds broke and a beautiful rainbow appeared; we accepted this as an omen of fair weather, for such a magnificent, double bow would be likely to fulfill its promise even in misty old England.
There is a shorter road to Montreuil but, as there was ample time to catch the three o'clock boat from Boulogne, the best-looking road was chosen.
A Boulogne ?"—some pointing out the way, others holding out their hands for coppers.
www.oldandsold.com /articles23/old-countries-24.shtml

  
 Port of Boulogne-sur-Mer
The Port of Boulogne is the 1st European Centre for the transformation, commercialisation and distribution of seafood products.
It is a port that has a multitude of activities: premier fishing port of France; a high-performing commercial port; and a marina which is constantly expanding.
Each year 300 000 tons of fish are treated by the companies installed in the port.
www.portboulogne.com /en

  
 The Cellar - Boulogne sur Mer (France)
I know that 'mer' means ocean or sea, but is there a translation for Boulogne?
The previous statement is a pun based on American cultural trivia related to marketing of food products, specifically 'cold cuts'.
no, Boulogne is the name of a town
cellar.org /showthread.php?t=5485

  
 Port of Boulogne-sur-Mer
An economic environment where the port and the activities in the harbour zone play an important part.
Many leading companies have already made their base in Boulogne : Conté (Writing and drawing articles), Carnaud Metal Box, Continentale Nutrition (foods for domestic animals), etc.
The presence of a University and several research laboratories.
www.portboulogne.com /en/peche/implanter.php

  
 Boulogne,Sur,Mer, France at Priceline
Apart from being France's leading fishing port, Boulogne sur Mer is an historical centre and famous for the arts.
The high town of Boulogne contrasts amazingly with the port and is one of the most beautiful citadels in France.
cruises.priceline.com /cruise-lines/cruise-cities-all/boulogne-sur-mer--france.html

  
 Hotel B&B de Boulogne sur Mer
Hotel B&B Boulogne sur Mer is equipped with air-conditioned bedrooms, disabled access rooms and an elevator.
Our hotel B&B Boulogne sur Mer is situated 2 km away from Boulogne sur Mer city centre.
Hotel B&B Boulogne sur Mer also puts at your disposal a locked car-park.
www.hotel-bb.com /detailhotels.phtml?NumLangue=2&hotelid=4217&id=&source=

  
 Hotels in Boulogne Sur Mer, France
For more information on hotels in Boulogne Sur Mer, France, click here.
Information on hotels in Boulogne Sur Mer, France, can be found below.
10 min walk to the Nausicaa centre and 5 km from the beaches of Boulogne.
athensohio.net /online-hotel-reservations/France/Boulogne_Sur_Mer

  
 Boulogne sur Mer
Cte Eustache I de Boulogne, +ca 1049; apparently son of Baudoin de Boulogne [by Ada of Ghent], son of Guy de Guisnes; m.
Cte Eustache II de Boulogne et de Lens, +1070/82; 1m: ca 1036 Goda of England; 2m: Ida of Lorraine (+1113)
Cte Eustache III de Boulogne et de Lens, went on the First Crusade, +after 1125; m.1101/02 Marie of Scotland (+1115-18)
genealogy.euweb.cz /crus/boulogne.html

  
 Boulogne-sur-mer - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch
Visualization in Scientific Computing '97 : Proceedings of the Eurographics Workshop in Boulogne-sur-Mer France, April 28-30, 1997 (Eurographics)
Families, Friends and Allies: Boulogne and Politics in Northern France and England, C.879-1160 (The Northern World ; V.6)
French Entree 6 Boulogne: Pays D'Opale and Picardy (French entrée)
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /boulogne-sur-mer.htm

  
 Boulogne-sur-Mer on Encyclopedia.com
Des galettes de fioul sur les plages dans la région de Boulogne-sur-Mer
www.encyclopedia.com /html/B/Boulogne-sur.asp

  
 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Boulogne-sur-Mer
Boulogne-sur-Mer, also Boulogne, city in northern France, in Pas-de-Calais Department, on the English Channel, in Picardy.
Trouville-Sur-Mer, town in northern France, in Calvados Department, on the English Channel, at the mouth of the Touques River, near Deauville.
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encarta.msn.com /Boulogne-sur-Mer.html

  
 Boulogne sur mer
A visit to Nausicaà, Centre National de la Mer
Tom from Wales argues about BSE: "I eat your fish, if you eat our beef!"
www.ece.uci.edu /~jmeyer/boulogne.html

  
 Hotel information
Location: BOULEVARD DIDEROT - BOULOGNE SUR MER, FRANCE 62200.
Address: BOULEVARD DIDEROT - BOULOGNE SUR MER, FRANCE 62200.
It is located in the city centre, opposite the harbor, near the railway station, Nausicaa sea center and the casino.
online.allrez.com /hotdesc.asp?hID=vwz810&cid=sacos

  
 Ibis Boulogne Vieille Ville, Hotel, Rue Porte Neuve, 62200 Boulogne Sur Mer France, Boulogne Sur Mer, 62200, France
Ibis Boulogne Vieille Ville, Rue Porte Neuve, 62200 Boulogne Sur Mer France, Boulogne Sur Mer, France, 62200
Rue Porte Neuve, 62200 Boulogne Sur Mer France, Boulogne Sur Mer, France, 62200
Worldwide Hotels > Europe > France > Boulogne Sur Mer Hotels > Ibis Boulogne Vieille Ville
www.smoothhound.co.uk /france/boulogne-sur-mer314579.html

  
 Hôtel Faidherbe - les liens - boulogne sur mer
Hôtel Faidherbe - deux étoiles - Boulogne sur Mer - Pas de calais
Hôtel Faidherbe - les liens - boulogne sur mer
All the information you need about Boulogne and surrounding area.
www.hotelfaidherbe.fr /neerlandais/liens.php

  
 Boulogne-sur-Mer
Boulogne-sur Mer Centre is based on 3 divisions:
Access to the Channel- North Sea web site
www.ifremer.fr /anglais/implant/boulogne.htm

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