Le Havre

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Le Havre is an urban French commune and city in the Seine-Maritime department in the Normandy region of northwestern France.wikipedia
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Seine

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It is situated on the right bank of the estuary of the river Seine on the Channel southwest of the Pays de Caux.
It rises at Source-Seine, 30 km northwest of Dijon in northeastern France in the Langres plateau, flowing through Paris and into the English Channel at Le Havre (and Honfleur on the left bank).

English Channel

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It is situated on the right bank of the estuary of the river Seine on the Channel southwest of the Pays de Caux.
The eastern region along the French coast between Cherbourg and the mouth of the Seine river at Le Havre is frequently referred to as the Bay of the Seine (Baie de Seine).

Seine-Maritime

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Le Havre is an urban French commune and city in the Seine-Maritime department in the Normandy region of northwestern France. There is a Gray Coach to Etretat and Fécamp and there is VTNI for destinations in the Seine valley and Rouen who provide inter-urban services on behalf of the Department of Seine-Maritime.
It is situated on the northern coast of France, at the mouth of the Seine, and includes the cities of Rouen and Le Havre.

Amiens

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Numerous roads link to Le Havre with the main access roads being the A29 autoroute from Amiens and the A13 autoroute from Paris linking to the A131 autoroute. More recently the A29 autoroute (E44) has connected Le Havre to the north of France and passes over the Normandy Bridge which makes Amiens (in the north-east) two hours away and Caen (in the south-west) one hour.
As the crow flies, the city is 115 km from Paris, 97 km from Lille, 100 km from Rouen, 162 km from Le Havre and 144 km from Reims.

Auguste Perret

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After the 1944 bombings the firm of Auguste Perret began to rebuild the city in concrete.
After World War II he designed a group of buildings in the centre of the port city of Le Havre, including St. Joseph's Church, Le Havre.

Pays de Caux

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It is situated on the right bank of the estuary of the river Seine on the Channel southwest of the Pays de Caux.
The principal settlements are Le Havre, Dieppe, Fécamp, Yvetot and Étretat.

Caen

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More recently the A29 autoroute (E44) has connected Le Havre to the north of France and passes over the Normandy Bridge which makes Amiens (in the north-east) two hours away and Caen (in the south-west) one hour.
It is also the third largest municipality in all of Normandy after Le Havre and Rouen and the third largest city proper in Normandy, after Rouen and Le Havre.

Agglomeration community of Le Havre

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The urban area of Le Havre corresponds roughly to the territory of the Agglomeration community of Le Havre (CODAH) which includes 17 communes and 250,000 people. For air transport, there is Le Havre Octeville Airport which is located 5 km north of Le Havre at the town of Octeville-sur-Mer and managed by CODAH. The CODAH transport network is called Lia and is operated by the Ocean Port Transport company (CTPO), a subsidiary of Veolia Transport.
The Agglomeration community of Le Havre (French: Communauté de l'agglomération havraise) is a former communauté d'agglomération, an intercommunal structure, centred on the city of Le Havre.

A131 autoroute

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Numerous roads link to Le Havre with the main access roads being the A29 autoroute from Amiens and the A13 autoroute from Paris linking to the A131 autoroute.
Autoroute 131 links the A13 and Le Havre.

A29 autoroute

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Numerous roads link to Le Havre with the main access roads being the A29 autoroute from Amiens and the A13 autoroute from Paris linking to the A131 autoroute. More recently the A29 autoroute (E44) has connected Le Havre to the north of France and passes over the Normandy Bridge which makes Amiens (in the north-east) two hours away and Caen (in the south-west) one hour.
The road connects the port of Le Havre with the A 26 at Saint-Quentin.

Sainte-Adresse

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According to the records of the meteorological station of the Cap de la Heve (from 1961 to 1990), the temperature drops below 0 C on 24.9 days per year and it rises above 25 °C on 11.3 days per year.
A coastal suburb situated some 2 mi northwest of Le Havre city centre, at the junction of the D147 and the D940.

Lézarde Express Régionale

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The TER network was modernized with the creation of the LER line in 2001 and direct services to Fécamp in 2005.
Lézarde Express Régionale or Chemin de Fer de la Vallée de la Lézarde is an express railway line between Le Havre and Rolleville in Seine-Maritime, France.

Fécamp

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The TER network was modernized with the creation of the LER line in 2001 and direct services to Fécamp in 2005. There is a Gray Coach to Etretat and Fécamp and there is VTNI for destinations in the Seine valley and Rouen who provide inter-urban services on behalf of the Department of Seine-Maritime.
It is around 35 km northeast of Le Havre, and around 60 km northwest of Rouen.

Pont de Normandie

Normandy Bridge
More recently the A29 autoroute (E44) has connected Le Havre to the north of France and passes over the Normandy Bridge which makes Amiens (in the north-east) two hours away and Caen (in the south-west) one hour.
The Pont de Normandie (Normandy Bridge) is a cable-stayed road bridge that spans the river Seine linking Le Havre to Honfleur in Normandy, northern France.

Le Havre – Octeville Airport

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For air transport, there is Le Havre Octeville Airport which is located 5 km north of Le Havre at the town of Octeville-sur-Mer and managed by CODAH.
Le Havre – Octeville Airport (Aéroport du Havre-Octeville ) is an airport serving the city of Le Havre in France.

Rouen

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Le Havre is the most populous commune of Upper Normandy, although the total population of the greater Le Havre conurbation is smaller than that of Rouen.
Mainline trains operate from Gare de Rouen-Rive-Droite to Le Havre and Paris, and regional trains to Caen, Dieppe and other local destinations in Normandy.

Veolia Transport

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The CODAH transport network is called Lia and is operated by the Ocean Port Transport company (CTPO), a subsidiary of Veolia Transport.

P&O Ferries

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The Channel maritime links with Portsmouth in southern England with P&O Ferries ended on 30 September 2005 to be taken over by LD Lines who have changed the configuration.
This continued into 1985 with the sale of its cross-channel ferry activities to European Ferries, which at the time consisted of services on the Port of Dover–Boulogne and Southampton–Le Havre routes.

Havre de Grace, Maryland

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It was subsequently named Le Havre-de-Grâce ("Harbor of Grace"; hence Havre de Grace, Maryland).
It is named after the port city of Le Havre, France, which in full was once Le Havre de Grâce (French, "Harbor of Grace").

Étretat

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There is a Gray Coach to Etretat and Fécamp and there is VTNI for destinations in the Seine valley and Rouen who provide inter-urban services on behalf of the Department of Seine-Maritime.
It is a tourist and farming town situated about 32 km north-east of Le Havre, at the junction of the D 940, D 11 and D 139 roads.

Honfleur

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Its construction was ordered to replace the ancient harbours of Honfleur and Harfleur whose utility had decreased due to silting.
It is located on the southern bank of the estuary of the Seine across from le Havre and very close to the exit of the Pont de Normandie.

Normandy

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Le Havre is an urban French commune and city in the Seine-Maritime department in the Normandy region of northwestern France.
Honfleur and Le Havre were two of the principal slave trade ports of France.

Operation Astonia

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The city was devastated during the Battle of Normandy when 5,000 people were killed and 12,000 homes were totally destroyed before its capture in Operation Astonia.
Operation Astonia was the codename for an Allied attack on the German-held Channel port of Le Havre in France, during the Second World War.

Le Havre Seine Métropole

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It is also the largest member of the Le Havre Seine Métropole.
Le Havre Seine Métropole is the communauté urbaine, an intercommunal structure, centred on the city of Le Havre.

LD Lines

The Channel maritime links with Portsmouth in southern England with P&O Ferries ended on 30 September 2005 to be taken over by LD Lines who have changed the configuration.
LD Lines' English Channel operations commenced in October 2005, operating between Portsmouth, England and Le Havre, France.