ⓘ Avranches


ⓘ Avranches

Avranches is a commune in the Manche department in the Normandy region in northwestern France. It is a subprefecture of the department. The inhabitants are called Avranchinais.

  • Richard d Avranches 2nd Earl of Chester 1094 25 November 1120 was the son of Hugh d Avranches 1st Earl of Chester, and wife Ermentrude of Clermont
  • and Avranches and Avranches and Rennes are declared of public utility. 27 January 2003: Opening of the last section of the A84 except the Avranches bypass
  • Michael of Avranches was bishop of Avranches from 1068 to 1094. He was an Italian churchman, about whom very little is known before he became a bishop
  • US Avranches in the Championnat National. He played the whole match in an eventual 1 1 away draw. In January 2018, Coulibaly joined US Avranches on loan
  • arrondissements of the Manche department are: Arrondissement of Avranches subprefecture: Avranches with 134 communes. The population of the arrondissement
  • end of the 2011 12 season, and joined CFA team US Avranches In his second season, Dezire led Avranches to promotion to the Championnat National, and kept
  • independence abroad. Antão de Almada was the 7th holder of the title of Count of Avranches by virtue of inheritance under the salic law, even though he did not make
  • paternal family palace: He was the son of Luis Jose de Almada, 10th Count of Avranches 13th Majorat of Lagares d El - Rei, and 8th Master of Pombalinho, and
  • December 1989 is a Ghanaian footballer who plays for French club US Avranches Born in Mampong, Boateng began his career with Nania F.C. and played
  • became bishop at Avranches around 1170. In 1172 Avranches Cathedral was the scene of the ceremony on 21 May marking the compromise of Avranches the reconciliation

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