Angers

[meteorite] Angers is an L6 meteorite that hit Pays de la Loire, France in 1822. The meteor struck at 8:15 PM on June 3. It has since been stored along with L`Aigle, another meteorite that struck France 19 years prior, in a room at the Muséum d’histoire naturelle d’Angers, a French natural history museum. ==Classification== It is class...
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Angers

Ancient French city and administrative centre of Maine-et-Loire département, situated on the River Maine just north of its conjunction with the Loire and just south of its conjunction with the Mayenne; population (1999) 151,300. Its main products include electrical...
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Angers

Angers (äNzhā') , city (1990 pop. 146,163), capital of Maine-et-Loire dept., W France, in Anjou, on the Maine River. A business and trade center, it is known for its wine and the famous Cointreau liqueur. It also has glassworks, printing plants, and factories making electronic and pho...
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Angers

city, capital of Maine-et-Loire département, Pays de la Loire région, western France. Angers is the former capital of Anjou and lies along the Maine ... [1 related articles]
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