Orne

[département] Front from Oi agapes fevgoun, ta tragoudia menoun (Love go, songs stay) ...
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Orne

(from the article `Basse-Normandie`) région of France encompassing the northwestern départements of Orne, Calvados, and Manche. It is bounded by the régions of Haute-Normandie to the ...
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Orne

Orne (ôrn) , department (1990 pop. 292,900), NW France, in Normandy and part of Perche. Alençon is the capital.
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Orne

[Moselle] The Orne is a river in Lorraine, north-eastern France, which is a left tributary of the Moselle and sub-tributary of the Rhine. Its source is in the hills northeast of Verdun. It flows east and joins the Moselle near Mondelange, between Metz and Thionville. ==Name== `Orne` may originate from autura (a river, cf. Eure), or onna (a ...
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Orne

[river] The Orne (Ptolemeus Olina{fact|date=September 2011}) is a river in Normandy, within northwestern France. It discharges into the English Channel at the port of Ouistreham. Its source is in Aunou-sur-Orne, east of Sées. The Odon is one of its tributaries. The Orne flows through the following departments and towns: ==Name== The name o...
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