De 962 à 1806, l'Allemagne est la force centrifuge du Saint-Empire romain germanique.Après le congrès de Vienne, les États allemands se regrouperont au sein de la Confédération germanique (de 1815 à 1866) alors en proie aux luttes d'influence entre l'Autriche et la Prusse.
Germany is a constitutional federal democracy. Its political rules come from the 'constitution' called Basic Law (Grundgesetz), written by West Germany in 1949.It has a parliamentary system, and the parliament elects the head of government, the Federal Chancellor (Bundeskanzler).
Allemagne may refer to: . Allemagne, the French name for Germany; Communes in France. Allemagne-en-Provence, in Alpes-de-Haute-Provence; Fleury-sur-Orne (named Allemagne prior to 1917), in Calvados
For example, in the German language, the country is known as Deutschland from the Old High German diutisc, in Spanish as Alemania and in French as Allemagne from the name of the Alamanni tribe, in Italian as Germania from the Latin Germania (although the German people are called tedeschi), in Polish as Niemcy from the Protoslavic nemets, and in Finnish and Estonian as Saksa and Saksamaa respectively from the name of the Saxon tribe.
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Allemagne-en-Provence is a commune in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in southeastern France. Unlike the other French town called Allemagne, which changed its name to Fleury-sur-Orne in 1916 during World War I, Allemagne-en-Provence has kept its name. The inhabitants are called Armagnois or Allemagniens.
Allemagne-en-Provence is located about 50 km northeast of Aix-en-Provence and 25 km west of Castellane. Access to the commune is by road D952 east from Saint-Martin-de-Bromes to the town then continuing northeast to Riez. There is also road D111 starting from the town and going east to Montagnac-Montpezat. Road D15 also follows a convoluted route south from Valensole to the town. There is a network of small country roads covering the commune. About 30% of the land is farmland with the rest mount
Around the year 1000 there were two castles in the commune: at Castellet and La Moutte. The two other castles came later. The Motte-and-bailey castle of Moutte was fortified for the first time in the second half of the 9th century: built on a platform of 450 to 500 Sq. M, two res
The patriotic society of the commune was created during the summer of 1792. In 1793, the castle was designated to be destroyed but escaped demolition.
In the second half of the 18th century the Faience industry was thriving in Allemagne and this continued into the 1820s. The style imitated that of Moustiers-Sainte-Marie.
Allemagne-en-Provence is a member of: 1. from 2009 to 2013: Communauté de communes Luberon Durance Verdon 2. from 1 January 2013: Communauté d'agglomération Durance Luberon Verdon
The regional share of the housing tax is not applicable. The business tax was replaced in 2010 by the Business Land Premium on the rental value of the property and the contribution to the added value of enterprises.
The collection and treatment of household waste and similar waste and the protection and enhancement of the environment are within the mandate of the communauté d'agglomération Durance Luberon Verdon.
In 2017, the active population was 329 people, including 33 unemployed. The workers are mostly employed and mostly work outside the commune. Administration, education and health provide the largest share of jobs, followed by industry with 25%, construction with 22% and trade and services with 16% in late 2015. Agriculture employed 2 people. At 31 December 2015, the establishments active in the commune were mainly shops and services, primary sector, construction and the industrial sector.
On Germany, also known in English as Germany, is a book about German culture and in particular German Romanticism, written by the French writer Germaine de Staël. It promotes Romantic literature, introducing that term to readers in France and other parts of Europe. The book was published in 1813, after the first edition of 10,000 copies, printed in 1810, had been destroyed by order from Napoleon. The book had a major impact on Romanticism in France and elsewhere.
The book is divided into four parts: "On Germany and German Customs", "On Literature and the Arts", "On Philosophy and Morals" and "Religion and Enthusiasm". It surveys modern German literature and philosophy, praising writers like Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, Jean Paul and Friedrich Schiller. It introduces French readers to the German concept of Romantic literature, a term derived from the chivalric romances of medieval Europe. Like Friedrich Schlegel, Staël views ...
A first edition of 10,000 copies was printed in Paris in 1810. Napoleon, however, ordered the entire edition to be destroyed; the preferences for Christian and medieval culture over the neoclassicism of the Napoleonic era, and for German thinkers like Schlegel over French philosophers like Voltaire, were seen as politically subversive, and a possible threat to the established order. A new edition had to be printed in London and was published there in 1813. A commercial success throughout the 19t
On Germany had a greater influence than any of Staël's other works. Along with The Genius of Christianity by François-René de Chateaubriand, it pointed out the direction that French Romanticism would follow. The recommendation to express the inner life, like in the Christian confession, led the way for a tradition of French confessional literature. The book also had significant impact elsewhere, including the United Kingdom and the United States, where it was the work that introduced the ...
From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Allemagne-en-Provence is a commune in southeastern France. It is in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region. In addition to the village, the town has two hamlets: