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  1. Indre - Wikipedia

    Indre is one of the original 83 departments created during the French Revolution on 4 March 1790, by order of the National Constituent Assembly. The new departments were to be uniformly administered and approximately equal in size and population to one another.

  2. Indre-et-Loire - Wikipedia

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Indre-et-Loire (French pronunciation: [ɛ̃dʁ e lwaʁ] (listen)) is a department in west-central France named after the Indre River and Loire River. In 2016, it had a population of 606,223.

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  4. Indre, Loire-Atlantique - Wikipedia,_Loire-Atlantique

    Indre is a commune in the Loire-Atlantique department in western France.

  5. Indre By - Wikipedia
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    Coordinates: 55°41′N 12°35′E / 55.68°N 12.58°E / 55.68; 12.58 For other uses, see Indre By. Indre By, also known as Copenhagen Center or K or Downtown Copenhagen, is an administrative district in central Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. It covers an area of 4.65 square kilometres, has a population of 26,223, and a population density of 5,638 per km². Neighboring city districts are as follows: to the east and south east is Christianshavn, separated from the Inner City by...

    This district is the historic, geographic and political heart of present-day Copenhagen, and reflects the history of Denmark. Its boundaries pretty much reflect the entire city’s extent during the reign of King Christian IV. At the time it was a fortified city and its borders were made of defensive walls with moats. To ensure water for the moats there was a series of dams. Entry and exit to the city was through the town's four gates: Vesterport near the current Copenhagen City Hall ...

    Copenhagen was founded around year 1000 by Sweyn I Forkbeard and his son Canute the Great. It was only a fishing village until the middle of the 12th century when Havn, as the town was then called, assumed increasing importance in the Danish kingdom. Around 1160 King Waldemar the Great gave control of Copenhagen to Absalon, Bishop of Roskilde. Whereas other cities in the Danish realm were under the governance of the king, Havn or Købmannehavn as it comes to be known, was given to the ...

  6. Indre (department) - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Indre is a department in the centre of France in the Centre-Val de Loire region. It is named after the Indre river, the most important river in the department. Its prefecture is Châteauroux.

  7. Chambourg-sur-Indre - Wikipedia

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Chambourg-sur-Indre is a commune in the department of Indre-et-Loire in the region of Centre-Val de Loire, France. Perhaps already occupied in the Neolithic era, the site was colonized at the time of the Roman Empire; witnessed by many traces of an aqueduct, a Roman villa, a Roman road.

    • 28.39 km² (10.96 sq mi)
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  8. Châteauroux - Wikipediaâteauroux

    Châteauroux (French pronunciation: [ʃatoʁu] (listen)) is the capital of the Indre department in central France and the second-largest town in the province of Berry, after Bourges. Its residents are called Castelroussins.

  9. Indre (département) — Wikipédiaépartement)

    Indre (département) Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Indre. L'Indre(/ɛ̃dʁ/[Note 1]) est un département françaisde la région Centre-Val de Loirequi tire son nom de l'Indre, une rivière qui le traverse.

  10. Indre - Wikipedia

    Indre (shqiptimi frëngjisht: ; oks: Endre) është një departament francez në rajonin Qendra-Val de Loire. Departamenti mbanë emrin e lumit Indre . Departamenti përbëhet nga 242 komuna 42 prej tyre me më shumë se 1.000 banorë.

  11. Indra - Wikipedia

    Indra (/ ˈ ɪ n d r ə /; Sanskrit: इन्द्र) is an ancient Vedic deity in Hinduism. He is a guardian deity (Indā in Pali) in Buddhism, and the king of the highest heaven called Saudharmakalpa in Jainism.