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  1. Seine-Maritime ( French pronunciation: [sɛn maʁitim] ⓘ) is a department of France in the Normandy region of northern France. It is situated on the northern coast of France, at the mouth of the Seine, and includes the cities of Rouen and Le Havre. Until 1955 it was named Seine-Inférieure. It had a population of 1,255,633 in 2019. [3] History

  2. Discover the scenic splendours, historic monuments and cultural attractions of Seine-Maritime, a department in Normandy with a coastal region and a countryside. Explore the Alabaster Coast, the Pays de Caux, the Pays de Bray and the Boucles de la Seine Normande. Find hotels, restaurants and things to do in Seine-Maritime.

  3. › wiki › SeineSeine - Wikipedia

    the Seine maritime, "Maritime Seine" from Rouen to the English channel. Below Rouen, the river passes through the Parc Naturel Régional des Boucles de la Seine Normande, a French regional nature park . Navigation The Seine is dredged and ocean-going vessels can dock at Rouen, 120 kilometres (75 mi) from the sea.

    • 79,000 km² (31,000 sq mi)
    • France
    • 777 km (483 mi)
  4. Welcome to Seine-Maritime, the outstanding Normandy. With its impressive landscapes and culture, Seine-Maritime, cradle of Impressionism, is a vibrant and appealing part of Normandy that will take you through authentic experiences.

  5. Dec 27, 2023 · Rouen, port city and capital of Seine-Maritime département, Haute-Normandie région, northwestern France. It is located about 78 miles (125 km) northwest of Paris, on the Seine River. History

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  6. 4 days ago · Normandy, historic and cultural region of northern France encompassing the départements of Manche, Calvados, Orne, Eure, and Seine-Maritime and coextensive with the former province of Normandy. It was recreated as an administrative entity in 2016 with the union of the régions of Basse-Normandie and Haute-Normandie.

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