Cher

(from the article `Centre`) région of France encompassing the central départements of Cher, Indre, Indre-et-Loire, Loir-et-Cher, Loiret, and Eure-et-Loir. Centre is bounded by ...
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Cher

(river) French river, rising in the Massif Central on the eastern edge of Creuse département, and flowing northwest to join the River Loire 19 km/12 mi below Tours; length 350 km/217 mi. It is navigable from Vierzon. It gives its name to the dé...
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Cher

[department] Cher (ʃɛʁ; Berrichon: Char) is a department in the Centre Region of France. It is named after the Cher River. ==History== Cher is one of the original 83 departments created during the French Revolution on 4 March 1790. Most of it was created, along with the adjacent department of Indre from the former province of Berry. The ...
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Cher

[river] The Cher (Char) is a river in central France, left tributary to the river Loire. Its source is in the Creuse département, north-east of Crocq. It joins the river Loire in Villandry, west of Tours. The river suffered a devastating flood in 1940, which damaged Château de Chenonceau, which spans the river, and other structures along ...
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Cher

American entertainer who parlayed her status as a teenage pop singer into a recording, concert, and acting career.[2 related articles]
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Cher

Cher (sher) , department (1990 pop. 332,000), central France, in Berry. Chief cities are Vierzon and Bourges, the capital.
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Cher

Cher, river, c.200 mi (320 km) long, rising in the Massif Central and flowing generally NW across central France to join the Loire below Tours. The Berry Canal parallels part of the river.
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Cher

Département in the southeast France with the capital Bourges, which after the eponymous left tributary of the Loire is named. As with all 14 départements of the large Loire area, the name of the département may be the name of the regional IGP areaVal de Loire be added. To 80% are white wines from the main varieties Sauvignon Blanc. Chardonnay an...
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