Fontainebleau

creamy white fresh dessert cheese from the Ile-de-France.
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Fontainebleau

Fontainebleau (fôNtenblō') , town (1990 pop. 18,037), Seine-et-Marne dept., N France, SE of Paris. It is a favorite spring and autumn resort and was long a royal residence, chiefly because of the excellent hunting in the vast Forest of Fontainebleau. Louis IV resided in Fontainebleau...
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Fontainebleau

Town in Seine-et-Marne département, France, situated 60 km/37 mi southeast of Paris near the River Seine; population (1990) 35,500. Its royal palace was founded by Philip the Good, but, as it exists today, was built by Francis I in the 16th century. Louis XIV&#...
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Fontainebleau

Town in Seine-et-Marne département, France, situated 60 km/37 mi southeast of Paris near the River Seine; population (1990) 35,500. Its royal palace was founded by Philip the Good, but, as it...
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Fontainebleau

town, northern France, in the Seine-et-Marne département, Île-de-France région, 40 mi (65 km) south-southeast of Paris by road, situated in the ... [2 related articles]
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