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Old December 26th, 2004, 12:41 AM   #1
De Snor
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France : Nord - Pas de Calais , an unknown region

The NW tip of France is very unknown to many people.
It is close to my hometown (40km) , a region I visit very often to get away from the daily hustle of live.
All over the region are charming little towns in an easy rolling landscape.
Also the big cities are shown here.

Enjoy one of my favorite regions of Europe


Aire sur la Lys









Arques




Arras












Bailleul








Bergues











Béthune








Boulogne








Calais







Cambrai









Cassel







Douai









Dunkerque








Fruges






Gravelines






Hazebrouck






Hesdin






Hondschoote







Lens







Lille




















Montreuil










Roubaix












Saint-Omer









Tourcoing




Armentières




Boeschepe



Steenvoorde



Esquelbecq




Steenwerck



Wormhout



and a few aerial pictures to end with...

Boeschepe


Cassel


Godewaersvelde


Herzeele


Merville


Sint-Jans-Cappel


Steenwerck



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Old December 26th, 2004, 03:00 AM   #2
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[QUOTE=De Snor]The NW tip of France is very unknown to many people.
It is close to my hometown (40km) , a region I visit very often to get away from the daily hustle of live.
All over the region are charming little towns in an easy rolling landscape.
Also the big cities are shown here.

Enjoy one of my favorite regions of Europe


without forgetting the city of "le Havre"(i'm french but this is here where I live recently!)
ok, it's not in this area but it's when same enough in the north of France!
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=136538
Internet site of the city:http://www.ville-lehavre.fr/somm.htm
merry Christmas and good New Year's Day (a little early but it is not serious!)
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Old December 26th, 2004, 08:49 AM   #3
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Le havre is rather far from the NPDC region.

Thanks for this thread great
This is my region
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