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Petite-France — is an area in Strasbourg, Alsace, France.It is located on the Grande Île (Main Island), where the river Ill splits up into a number of canals and cascades through a small area of medieval half timbered houses and baroque sandstone buildings.The… … Wikipedia
Petite Terre Islands — Petite Terre is also the name of the smaller island of Mayotte. Petite Terre Islands appear about 10 km (6.2 mi) to the south east of the island of Grande Terre. Petite Terre Islands (French: Îles de la Petite Terre, literally Islands… … Wikipedia
Petite-Rosselle — Petite Rosselle … Deutsch Wikipedia
Petite Anglaise — is the pseudonym of Catherine Sanderson, a British blogger living in Paris, whose blog articles caused her to be sacked from Dixon Wilson Chartered Accountants. Subsequently she was offered a publishing deal, and her first book, Petite Anglaise… … Wikipedia
Petite-Synthe — is a former commune of the Nord département in northern France.The commune of Saint Pol sur Mer was created in 1877, by its territory being detached from Petite Synthe. In 1972 the commune of Dunkerque absorbed Petite Synthe and Rosendaël. In… … Wikipedia
Petite symphonie concertante — Petite Symphonie Concertante, op. 54 is an orchestral composition by the Swiss composer Frank Martin.Martin received the commission for the work in 1944, though progress was delayed by work on the oratorio In Terra Pax . The Petite Symphony… … Wikipedia
Petite-Forêt — is a village and commune in the Nord département of northern France.ee also*Communes of the Nord department … Wikipedia
France Gall — Infobox musical artist | Name = France Gall Img capt = France Gall Img size = 200 Background = solo singer Birth name = Isabelle Geneviève Marie Anne Gall Alias = France Gall Born = Birth date and age|1947|10|9|mf=y Died = Origin = Paris, France… … Wikipedia
Petite Église — The Petite Église (fr icon, little church) was a group of French and Belgian Roman Catholics who separated from the main body of the Church in France following the Concordat of 1801 between Pope Pius VII and Napoleon Bonaparte. One modern… … Wikipedia
France–Japan relations (19th century) — The development of France Japan relations in the 19th century coincided with Japan s opening to the Western world, following two centuries of seclusion under the Sakoku system and France s expansionist policy in Asia. The two countries became… … Wikipedia
Petite-Nation River — The Petite Nation River is a river in western Quebec that flows from the Laurentian mountains to empty into the Ottawa River near Plaisance, Quebec. The river is 97 km in length.This river s French name refers to the Algonquin people that… … Wikipedia