https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000063/ef13395.thu https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000063/ef13395.thwFormer province of France and administrative region in the Massif Central. Clermont-Ferrand is the county town of the administrative region and the capital of this former province.
https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000062/jf541_0007d.thu https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000062/jf541_0007d.thwBurgundy is a historical and administrative region in the center-east of France and consists of four departments: the Yonne, Côte-d'Or Nièvre and Saône-et-Loire.
https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000045/ef01880.thu https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000045/ef01880.thwBrittany is a former French province. It still forms a geographical and cultural entity with a strong identity, particularly marked by its Celtic roots and history.
https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000026/dbw13_0028.thu https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000026/dbw13_0028.thwChampagne-Ardenne together the plain of Champagne and the low reliefs of the Ardennes in the north, and from the hills of the east, including hosting the Champagne vineyards.
It consists of four departments: the Ardennes, Aube, Marne and Haute-Marne.
https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000068/res_cclw16_0231.thu https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000068/res_cclw16_0231.thwRegion of France, created in 1956, which includes three departments: Calvados, Orne and Manche. It corresponds to the western part of the former province of Normandy and part of Perche.
https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000014/ef15074.thu https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000014/ef15074.thwAquitaine is a Southwest administrative region of France. It comprises five departments: Dordogne, Gironde, Landes, Lot-et-Garonne and the Pyrénées-Atlantiques. Its county town, Bordeaux, is also its largest city.
https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000027/erc82_0670.thu https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000027/erc82_0670.thwThe Nord-Pas-de-Calais is a French region. It is bordered to the south by the Picardie region, northeast by Belgium and to the west and north by the English Channel and the North Sea. It consists of two departments, Nord and Pas-de-Calais.
https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000087/esw18_0112.thu https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000087/esw18_0112.thwMidi-Pyrenees is a region in southern France to Occitan tradition that includes eight departments: Ariege, Aveyron, Haute-Garonne, Gers, Lot, Hautes-Pyrénées, Tarn and Tarn-et -Garonne.
https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000089/2fs100146_002.thu https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000089/2fs100146_002.thwThe Loire Valley is a western region of France comprising the departments of Loire-Atlantique, Maine-et-Loire, Mayenne, Sarthe and Vendée.
His prefecture and most populous city is Nantes.
Bordered on the west by the Bay of Biscay, it is bounded on the north by Brittany and Lower Normandy regions to the east by the Central region and south by the Poitou-Charentes region.
https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000009/erc95_0271.thu https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000009/erc95_0271.thwProvence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur is an administrative region of southeastern France. It is often referred to by the acronym PACA. Its county town is Marseille. It borders Italy which it is separated by the Southern Alps.