Amiens

Administrative centre of Somme département and the major town in the Picardy region of northeast France, 130 km/81 mi north of Paris at the confluence of the rivers Somme and Avre; population (1999) 135,400. Situated in an area irrigated by canals, it has been a market-gardening region and textile centre since th...
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Amiens

Amiens (ämyăN') , city (1991 pop. 136,234), capital of Somme dept., N France, in Picardy, on the Somme River. It is a rail hub and a large market for the truck farming carried on in the surrounding Somme marshlands. Also an important textile center (since the 16th cent.), it has been ...
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Amiens

Amiens is a lord attending upon the exiled Duke in As You Like It.
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Amiens

city, capital of Somme département, Picardie région, principal city and ancient capital of Picardy, northern France, in the Somme River valley, north ... [1 related articles]
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Amiens

The Amiens was a French Arras Class patrol vessel of 644 tons displacement launched in 1919. The Amiens was powered by two oil-burning boilers providing a top speed of 20 knots and a range of 4800 km at 11 knots and carried a complement of about 110. She was armed with two 5.5 inch guns; one 3 inch anti-aircraft gun; two machine-guns and depth char...
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