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1 French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km2 (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries. 2 Population without double counting: residents of multiple communes (e.g., students and military personnel) only counted once.

Évreux
Évreux
(French pronunciation: ​[evʁø]) is a commune in the Eure
Eure
department, of which it is the capital, in Normandy
Normandy
in northern France.

Contents

1 Geography 2 Climate 3 History

3.1 Counts of Évreux 3.2 Ecclesiastical history 3.3 Centre of Jewish learning

4 Population 5 Sights 6 Administration

6.1 The Cantons 6.2 Mayors

7 Transport 8 Major event 9 Personalities 10 International relations 11 See also 12 References 13 External links

Geography[edit] The city is on the Iton
Iton
river. Climate[edit]

Climate data for Évreux
Évreux
(1981–2010 averages)

Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year

Record high °C (°F) 15.1 (59.2) 19.2 (66.6) 22.3 (72.1) 26.1 (79) 30.0 (86) 35.7 (96.3) 38.0 (100.4) 38.4 (101.1) 32.4 (90.3) 28.3 (82.9) 20.0 (68) 16.0 (60.8) 38.4 (101.1)

Average high °C (°F) 6.6 (43.9) 7.6 (45.7) 11.2 (52.2) 14.2 (57.6) 17.8 (64) 21.1 (70) 23.8 (74.8) 23.8 (74.8) 20.3 (68.5) 15.6 (60.1) 10.2 (50.4) 6.9 (44.4) 15.0 (59)

Average low °C (°F) 1.2 (34.2) 1.1 (34) 3.1 (37.6) 4.7 (40.5) 8.2 (46.8) 11.0 (51.8) 13.0 (55.4) 13.0 (55.4) 10.4 (50.7) 7.8 (46) 4.0 (39.2) 1.6 (34.9) 6.6 (43.9)

Record low °C (°F) −18.6 (−1.5) −15.0 (5) −10.7 (12.7) −4.0 (24.8) −1.8 (28.8) −0.6 (30.9) 4.9 (40.8) 2.7 (36.9) 0.7 (33.3) −4.6 (23.7) −7.8 (18) −14.0 (6.8) −18.6 (−1.5)

Average precipitation mm (inches) 50.6 (1.992) 41.2 (1.622) 47.4 (1.866) 46.0 (1.811) 55.7 (2.193) 51.6 (2.031) 52.4 (2.063) 38.2 (1.504) 50.3 (1.98) 61.0 (2.402) 50.5 (1.988) 59.7 (2.35) 604.6 (23.803)

Average precipitation days 11.0 9.1 10.4 9.4 10.2 8.0 8.3 7.0 7.8 10.5 11.1 11.8 114.6

Mean monthly sunshine hours 65.6 79.9 122.4 166.6 192.1 212.4 216.3 205.0 169.6 122.1 72.7 59.8 1,684.4

Source: Météo France[1][2]

History[edit]

Wall fragment with fresco of a Gallo Roman
Gallo Roman
man, from Évreux, 250-275 AD

In late Antiquity, the town, attested in the fourth century CE, was named Mediolanum Aulercorum, "the central town of the Aulerci", the Gallic tribe then inhabiting the area. Mediolanum was a small regional centre of the Roman province of Gallia Lugdunensis. Julius Caesar wintered eight legions in this area after his third campaigning season in the battle for Gaul
Gaul
(56-55 BC): Legiones VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII and XIV. The present-day name of Évreux
Évreux
originates from the Gallic tribe of Eburovices, literally Those who overcome by the yew?, from the Gaulish root eburos. Counts of Évreux[edit] Main article: Count of Évreux The first known members of the family of the counts of Évreux
Évreux
were descended from an illegitimate son of Richard I, duke of Normandy; these counts became extinct in the male line with the death of Count William in 1118. The county passed in right of Agnes, William's sister, wife of Simon de Montfort-l'Amaury
Montfort-l'Amaury
(d. 1087) to the house of the lords of Montfort-l'Amaury. Amaury VI de Montfort-Évreux ceded the title in 1200 to King Philip Augustus, whose successor Philip the Fair presented it in 1307 to his brother Louis d'Évreux, for whose benefit Philip the Long
Philip the Long
raised the county of Évreux
Évreux
into a peerage of France
France
in 1317. Philip d'Évreux, son of Louis, became king of Navarre by his marriage to Joan II of Navarre, daughter of Louis the Headstrong, and their son Charles the Bad
Charles the Bad
and their grandson Charles the Noble
Charles the Noble
were also kings of Navarre. The latter ceded his counties of Évreux, Champagne and Brie to King Charles VI of France
France
in 1404. In 1427 the county of Évreux
Évreux
was bestowed by King Charles VII on Sir John Stuart of Darnley
Darnley
(c. 1365–1429), the commander of his Scottish bodyguard, who in 1423 had received the seigniory of Aubigny, and in February 1427/8 he was granted the right to quarter the royal arms of France
France
for his victories over the English. On Stuart's death (before Orléans
Orléans
during an attack on an English convoy) the county reverted to the crown. It was again temporarily alienated (1569–1584) as an appanage for Duke François of Anjou, and in 1651 was finally given to Frédéric Maurice de La Tour d'Auvergne, duc de Bouillon, in exchange for the Principality of Sedan. The most famous holder of the title is Louis Henri de La Tour d'Auvergne, son of Marie Anne Mancini. Évreux
Évreux
was heavily damaged during the Second World War, and most of its centre was rebuilt. The nearby Évreux-Fauville Air Base
Évreux-Fauville Air Base
was used by the United States Air Force
United States Air Force
until 1967, and since then by the French Air Force.

12th-century nave of the former abbey church of Saint-Taurin

Ecclesiastical history[edit] Main article: Diocese of Évreux Évreux Cathedral
Évreux Cathedral
has been the seat of the bishops of Évreux
Évreux
since its traditional founder, Saint Taurin of Évreux, most probably working between 375 and 425; Bishop Maurusius was present at the Council of Orléans
Orléans
in 511. The earliest parts of the present building, which is mostly Gothic, date from the eleventh century. The west façade and its two towers are mostly from the late Renaissance; the octagonal central tower dates from the late fifteenth century. Of especial note are the Lady chapel
Lady chapel
and its stained glass, the rose windows in the transepts and the carved wooden screens of the side chapels. The church of the former abbey of St-Taurin is in part Romanesque. It has a choir of the 14th century and other portions of later date, and contains the thirteenth-century shrine of Saint Taurin. The episcopal palace, a building of the fifteenth century, adjoins the south side of the cathedral. The belfry facing the hôtel de ville also dates from the fifteenth century. Centre of Jewish learning[edit] In the Middle Ages, Évreux
Évreux
was one of the centres of Jewish learning,[3] and its scholars are quoted in the medieval notes to the Talmud
Talmud
called the Tosafot.[4] The following rabbis are known to have lived at Évreux: Samuel ben Shneor,[5] praised by his student Isaac of Corbeil as the "Prince of Évreux", one of the most celebrated tosafists; Moses of Évreux, brother of Samuel, author of the Tosafot
Tosafot
of Évreux; Isaac of Évreux; Judah ben Shneor, or Judah the Elder, author of liturgical poems; Meïr ben Shneor; Samuel ben Judah; Nathan ben Jacob, father of Jacob ben Nathan, who in 1357 copied the five Megillot
Megillot
with the Targum
Targum
for Moses ben Samuel.[3] Population[edit]

Historical population

Year Pop. ±%

1793 8,000 —    

1800 8,426 +5.3%

1806 9,511 +12.9%

1821 9,728 +2.3%

1831 9,963 +2.4%

1836 10,287 +3.3%

1841 11,706 +13.8%

1846 11,802 +0.8%

1851 12,877 +9.1%

1856 12,227 −5.0%

1861 12,265 +0.3%

1866 12,320 +0.4%

1872 13,350 +8.4%

1876 14,627 +9.6%

1881 15,847 +8.3%

1886 16,755 +5.7%

1891 16,932 +1.1%

1896 17,766 +4.9%

1901 18,292 +3.0%

1906 18,971 +3.7%

1911 18,957 −0.1%

1921 18,234 −3.8%

1926 18,841 +3.3%

1931 19,315 +2.5%

1936 20,116 +4.1%

1946 20,436 +1.6%

1954 23,647 +15.7%

1962 36,695 +55.2%

1968 42,550 +16.0%

1975 47,412 +11.4%

1982 46,045 −2.9%

1990 49,103 +6.6%

1999 51,159 +4.2%

2008 50,777 −0.7%

Its inhabitants are called Ébroïciens.

Sights[edit] Évreux
Évreux
is situated in the pleasant valley of the Iton, arms of which traverse the town; on the south, the ground slopes up toward the public gardens and the railway station. It is the seat of a bishop, and its cathedral is one of the largest and finest in France. The first cathedral was built in 1076, but destroyed in 1119 when the town was burned at the orders of Henry I of France
France
to put down the Norman insurrection. He rebuilt the cathedral as an act of atonement to the Pope. Between 1194 and 1198, the conflict between Philippe Auguste and Richard the Lion-hearted
Richard the Lion-hearted
damaged the new cathedral. The architecture of the present edifice shows this history, with its blend of Romanesque and Gothic styles. As did many towns in the regions of Nord and Normandy, Évreux
Évreux
and its cathedral suffered greatly from Second World War. At Le Vieil-Évreux
Le Vieil-Évreux
(lit. the old Évreux), the Roman Gisacum, 5.6 kilometres (3 1⁄2 mi) southeast of the town, the remains of a Roman theatre, a palace, baths and an aqueduct have been discovered, as well as various relics, notably the bronze of Jupiter Stator, which are now deposited in the museum of Évreux.

Évreux
Évreux
Cathedral Hôtel de ville [1] Église Saint-Taurin [2]

Administration[edit]

The communauté d'agglomération Évreux Portes de Normandie has 62 communes.

The Cantons[edit] Since 2015, Évreux
Évreux
is part of three cantons:[6][7]

The canton of Évreux-1 includes a part of Évreux
Évreux
and the communes of: Arnières-sur- Iton
Iton
and Saint-Sébastien-de-Morsent
Saint-Sébastien-de-Morsent
(pop: 24,995 in 2014); The canton of Évreux-2 includes a part of Évreux
Évreux
and the communes of: Aviron, Le Boulay-Morin, La Chapelle-du-Bois-des-Faulx, Dardez, Émalleville, Gravigny, Irreville, Normanville, Reuilly, Saint-Germain-des-Angles
Saint-Germain-des-Angles
and Saint-Vigor
Saint-Vigor
(pop: 28,991); The canton of Évreux-3 includes a part of Évreux
Évreux
and the communes of: Angerville-la-Campagne, Les Baux-Sainte-Croix, Boncourt, Cierrey, Fauville, Gauciel, Guichainville, Huest, Miserey, Le Plessis-Grohan, Saint-Luc, Sassey, La Trinité, Le Val-David
Le Val-David
and Le Vieil-Évreux (pop: 22,994);

Mayors[edit] It can be said that Évreux
Évreux
is strongly oriented on social based politic. In fact, Roland Plaisance of the French Communist Party
French Communist Party
was the mayor over 20 years (1977–2001). More recently Jean-Louis Debré became mayor (2002–2008) mostly thanks to his friendship with Jacques Chirac. In 2014, former Member of the National Assembly of France, Guy Lefrand (UMP, right), was elected Mayor of Évreux
Évreux
for a six-year mandate. Transport[edit] The train station Gare d'Évreux-Normandie
Gare d'Évreux-Normandie
is on the railway line from Gare Saint-Lazare
Gare Saint-Lazare
to Cherbourg, it is served by regular Intercity and regional rail services to both Paris
Paris
and Normandy. There used to be two stations in Évreux, only one of which remains open to this day. The second station (Évreux-Nord) served the line from Évreux
Évreux
to Rouen. Major event[edit] Every year, Évreux
Évreux
hosts a rock music festival Le rock dans tout ses états. Personalities[edit]

Moses of Évreux was a French tosafist, and author of a siddur,[8] who flourished at Évreux
Évreux
in the first half of the thirteenth century, Bintou Dieme, basketball player Joseph Gomis, basketball player Michael Victor Evreux, Entrepreneur, and US businessman with ties to construction and precious metal markets. Born June 1961 in the United States. Jean-Louis Hue (born 1949), writer, winner of the 1982 edition of the Prix Fénéon Joseph Mendes, footballer Bernard Mendy, footballer Élodie Mendy, basketball player Léon Walras, economist Edmond Doutté, sociologist, orientalist and Islamologist. Mathieu Bodmer, footballer Jean-Luc Hees, president of the radio group Radio France Vincent Delerm, a singer of the Nouvelle scène trend Didier Courrèges, an equestrian of the prestigious cadre noir, Olympic winner with the French team in Athens Olivier Patience, tennis player Esteban Ocon, Formula 1 racing driver.

International relations[edit] See also: List of twin towns and sister cities in France Évreux
Évreux
is twinned with:

Rugby, England[9] Rüsselsheim, Germany Sueca, Spain Djougou, Benin

See also[edit]

Normandy
Normandy
portal

Communes of the Eure
Eure
department Norman language

References[edit]

INSEE

^ "Données climatiques de la station de Évreux" (in French). Meteo France. Retrieved January 7, 2016.  ^ "Climat Haute-Normandie" (in French). Meteo France. Retrieved January 7, 2016.  ^ a b Richard Gottheil and S. Kahn (1906), Évreux, Jewish Encyclopedia ^ see the tosafot on Bezah 14b, 20b, 24b; on Kiddushin 27b, 39a et passim; on Sotah 22a et passim; and in the Kol Bo, Nos. 24, 114. ^ Zunz, Z. G. p. 38, designates him erroneously "Samuel, son of R. Yom-Tov") ^ "Décret n° 2014-241 du 25 février 2014 portant délimitation des cantons dans le département de l' Eure
Eure
Legifrance". Retrieved 2017-05-18.  ^ 2014 legal populations of the Eure
Eure
department ^ Semaḳ No. 154 ^ "British towns twinned with French towns [via WaybackMachine.com]". Archant Community Media Ltd. Archived from the original on 5 July 2013. Retrieved 2013-07-20. 

External links[edit]

Wikivoyage has a travel guide for Évreux.

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Évreux.

City council website (in French) Photos of the Cathedral of Evreux Tourism office of Evreux

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Communes of the Eure
Eure
department

Aclou Acon Acquigny Aigleville Ailly Aizier Alizay Ambenay Amécourt Amfreville-les-Champs Amfreville-Saint-Amand Amfreville-sous-les-Monts Amfreville-sur-Iton Andé Les Andelys Angerville-la-Campagne Appeville-Annebault Armentières-sur-Avre Arnières-sur-Iton Asnières Aulnay-sur-Iton Autheuil-Authouillet Authevernes Les Authieux Authou Aviron Bacquepuis Bacqueville Bailleul-la-Vallée Bâlines Barc Les Barils Barneville-sur-Seine La Baronnie Barquet Barville Les Baux-de-Breteuil Les Baux-Sainte-Croix Bazincourt-sur-Epte Bazoques Beaubray Beauficel-en-Lyons Beaumontel Beaumont-le-Roger Le Bec-Hellouin Le Bec-Thomas Bémécourt Bérengeville-la-Campagne Bernay Bernienville Bernouville Berthouville Berville-la-Campagne Berville-sur-Mer Beuzeville Bézu-la-Forêt Bézu-Saint-Éloi Bois-Anzeray Bois-Arnault Boisemont Le Bois-Hellain Bois-Jérôme-Saint-Ouen Bois-le-Roi Boisney Bois-Normand-près-Lyre Boisset-les-Prévanches Boissey-le-Châtel La Boissière Boissy-Lamberville Boncourt Bonneville-Aptot La Bonneville-sur-Iton Le Bosc-du-Theil Bosgouet Bosquentin Bosrobert Bosroumois Les Bottereaux Bouafles Bouchevilliers Le Boulay-Morin Boulleville Bouquelon Bouquetot Bourg-Achard Bourg-Beaudouin Bournainville-Faverolles Bourneville-Sainte-Croix Bourth Bray Brestot Bretagnolles Breteuil Brétigny Breuilpont Breux-sur-Avre Brionne Broglie Brosville Bueil Buis-sur-Damville Burey Caillouet-Orgeville Cailly-sur-Eure Calleville Campigny Canappeville Caorches-Saint-Nicolas Capelle-les-Grands Caugé Caumont Cauverville-en-Roumois Cesseville Chaignes Chaise-Dieu-du-Theil Chamblac Chambois Chambord Chambray Champ-Dolent Champenard Champignolles Champigny-la-Futelaye La Chapelle-Bayvel La Chapelle-du-Bois-des-Faulx La Chapelle-Gauthier La Chapelle-Hareng La Chapelle-Longueville Charleval Château-sur-Epte Chauvincourt-Provemont Chavigny-Bailleul Chennebrun Chéronvilliers Cierrey Claville Clef-Vallée-d'Eure Collandres-Quincarnon Colletot Combon Conches-en-Ouche Condé-sur-Risle Connelles Conteville Cormeilles Le Cormier Corneville-la-Fouquetière Corneville-sur-Risle Corny Coudray Coudres Courbépine Courcelles-sur-Seine Courdemanche Courteilles La Couture-Boussey Crasville Crestot Criquebeuf-la-Campagne Criquebeuf-sur-Seine La Croisille Croisy-sur-Eure Crosville-la-Vieille Croth Cuverville Les Damps Dangu Dardez Daubeuf-la-Campagne Daubeuf-près-Vatteville Douains Doudeauville-en-Vexin Douville-sur-Andelle Droisy Drucourt Duranville Écaquelon Écardenville-la-Campagne Écauville Écouis Ecquetot Émalleville Émanville Épaignes Épégard Épieds Épreville-en-Lieuvin Épreville-près-le-Neubourg Étrépagny Étréville Éturqueraye Évreux Ézy-sur-Eure Fains Farceaux Fatouville-Grestain Fauville Faverolles-la-Campagne Le Favril Ferrières-Haut-Clocher Ferrières-Saint-Hilaire La Ferrière-sur-Risle Feuguerolles Le Fidelaire Fiquefleur-Équainville Flancourt-Crescy-en-Roumois Fleury-la-Forêt Fleury-sur-Andelle Flipou Folleville Fontaine-Bellenger Fontaine-l'Abbé Fontaine-la-Louvet Fontaine-sous-Jouy La Forêt-du-Parc Fort-Moville Foucrainville Foulbec Fouqueville Fourmetot Franqueville Freneuse-sur-Risle Le Fresne Fresne-Cauverville Fresne-l'Archevêque Fresney Gadencourt Gaillon Gamaches-en-Vexin Garennes-sur-Eure Gasny Gauciel Gaudreville-la-Rivière Gauville-la-Campagne Gisors Giverny Giverville Glisolles Glos-sur-Risle La Goulafrière Goupillières Gournay-le-Guérin Grand-Bourgtheroulde Grand-Camp Grandvilliers Graveron-Sémerville Gravigny Grosley-sur-Risle Grossœuvre Guerny Guichainville Guiseniers L'Habit Hacqueville Harcourt Hardencourt-Cocherel La Harengère Harquency Hauville La Haye-Aubrée La Haye-de-Calleville La Haye-de-Routot La Haye-du-Theil La Haye-le-Comte La Haye-Malherbe La Haye-Saint-Sylvestre Hébécourt Hecmanville Hécourt Hectomare Hennezis Herqueville Heubécourt-Haricourt Heudebouville Heudicourt Heudreville-en-Lieuvin Heudreville-sur-Eure La Heunière Heuqueville Les Hogues Hondouville Honguemare-Guenouville L'Hosmes Houetteville Houlbec-Cocherel La Houssaye Houville-en-Vexin Huest Igoville Illeville-sur-Montfort Illiers-l'Évêque Incarville Irreville Iville Ivry-la-Bataille Jouy-sur-Eure Juignettes Jumelles La Lande-Saint-Léger Le Landin Launay Léry Le Lesme Letteguives Lieurey Lignerolles Lilly Lisors Livet-sur-Authou Longchamps Lorleau Louversey Louviers Louye Lyons-la-Forêt La Madeleine-de-Nonancourt Mainneville Malleville-sur-le-Bec Malouy Mandeville Mandres Manneville-la-Raoult Manneville-sur-Risle Le Manoir Marais-Vernier Marbeuf Marbois Marcilly-la-Campagne Marcilly-sur-Eure Martagny Martainville Martot Mélicourt Ménesqueville Ménilles Menneval Mercey Merey Mesnil-en-Ouche Le Mesnil-Fuguet Le Mesnil-Hardray Le Mesnil-Jourdain Mesnil-Rousset Mesnil-sous-Vienne Mesnils-sur-Iton Mesnil-sur-l'Estrée Mesnil-Verclives Mézières-en-Vexin Miserey Moisville Montfort-sur-Risle Montreuil-l'Argillé Les Monts du Roumois Morainville-Jouveaux Morgny Morsan Mouettes Mouflaines Mousseaux-Neuville Muids Muzy Nagel-Séez-Mesnil Nassandres sur Risle Neaufles-Auvergny Neaufles-Saint-Martin Le Neubourg Neuilly La Neuve-Grange La Neuve-Lyre La Neuville-du-Bosc Neuville-sur-Authou Noards La Noë-Poulain Nogent-le-Sec Nojeon-en-Vexin Nonancourt Normanville Notre-Dame-de-l'Isle Notre-Dame-d'Épine Notre-Dame-du-Hamel Le Noyer-en-Ouche Noyers Ormes Orvaux Pacy-sur-Eure Parville Perriers-sur-Andelle Perruel Piencourt Pinterville Piseux Pîtres Les Places Plainville Le Planquay Plasnes Le Plessis-Grohan Le Plessis-Hébert Le Plessis-Sainte-Opportune Pont-Audemer Pont-Authou Pont-de-l'Arche Pont-Saint-Pierre Porte-Joie Portes Port-Mort Poses La Poterie-Mathieu Les Préaux Pressagny-l'Orgueilleux Prey Puchay Pullay La Pyle Quatremare Quillebeuf-sur-Seine Quittebeuf Radepont Renneville Reuilly Richeville Roman Romilly-la-Puthenaye Romilly-sur-Andelle La Roquette Rosay-sur-Lieure Rougemontiers Rouge-Perriers Routot Rouvray Rugles Sacquenville Saint-Agnan-de-Cernières Saint-André-de-l'Eure Saint-Antonin-de-Sommaire Saint-Aubin-d'Écrosville Saint-Aubin-de-Scellon Saint-Aubin-du-Thenney Saint-Aubin-le-Vertueux Saint-Aubin-sur-Gaillon Saint-Aubin-sur-Quillebeuf Saint-Benoît-des-Ombres Saint-Christophe-sur-Avre Saint-Christophe-sur-Condé Saint-Clair-d'Arcey Saint-Cyr-de-Salerne Saint-Cyr-la-Campagne Saint-Denis-d'Augerons Saint-Denis-des-Monts Saint-Denis-le-Ferment Saint-Didier-des-Bois Sainte-Colombe-la-Commanderie Sainte-Colombe-près-Vernon Sainte-Geneviève-lès-Gasny Saint-Élier Saint-Éloi-de-Fourques Sainte-Marie-d'Attez Sainte-Marie-de-Vatimesnil Sainte-Marthe Sainte-Opportune-du-Bosc Sainte-Opportune-la-Mare Saint-Étienne-du-Vauvray Saint-Étienne-l'Allier Saint-Étienne-sous-Bailleul Saint-Georges-du-Mesnil Saint-Georges-du-Vièvre Saint-Georges-Motel Saint-Germain-de-Fresney Saint-Germain-de-Pasquier Saint-Germain-des-Angles Saint-Germain-la-Campagne Saint-Germain-sur-Avre Saint-Germain-Village Saint-Grégoire-du-Vièvre Saint-Jean-de-la-Léqueraye Saint-Jean-du-Thenney Saint-Julien-de-la-Liègue Saint-Laurent-des-Bois Saint-Laurent-du-Tencement Saint-Léger-de-Rôtes Saint-Léger-du-Gennetey Saint-Luc Saint-Maclou Saint-Marcel Saint-Mards-de-Blacarville Saint-Mards-de-Fresne Saint-Martin-du-Tilleul Saint-Martin-la-Campagne Saint-Martin-Saint-Firmin Saint-Meslin-du-Bosc Saint-Ouen-de-Pontcheuil Saint-Ouen-des-Champs Saint-Ouen-de-Thouberville Saint-Ouen-du-Tilleul Saint-Paul-de-Fourques Saint-Philbert-sur-Boissey Saint-Philbert-sur-Risle Saint-Pierre-de-Bailleul Saint-Pierre-de-Cernières Saint-Pierre-de-Cormeilles Saint-Pierre-de-Salerne Saint-Pierre-des-Fleurs Saint-Pierre-des-Ifs Saint-Pierre-du-Bosguérard Saint-Pierre-du-Val Saint-Pierre-du-Vauvray Saint-Pierre-la-Garenne Saint-Quentin-des-Isles Saint-Samson-de-la-Roque Saint-Sébastien-de-Morsent Saint-Siméon Saint-Sulpice-de-Grimbouville Saint-Sylvestre-de-Cormeilles Saint-Symphorien Saint-Thurien Saint-Victor-de-Chrétienville Saint-Victor-d'Épine Saint-Victor-sur-Avre Saint-Vigor Saint-Vincent-des-Bois Saint-Vincent-du-Boulay Sancourt Sassey La Saussaye Saussay-la-Campagne Sébécourt Selles Serez Serquigny Surtauville Surville Suzay Sylvains-les-Moulins Terres de Bord Le Theil-Nolent Thénouville Thiberville Thibouville Thierville Le Thil Les Thilliers-en-Vexin Le Thuit Le Thuit-de-l'Oison Tilleul-Dame-Agnès Le Tilleul-Lambert Le Tilleul-Othon Tillières-sur-Avre Tilly Tocqueville Le Torpt Touffreville Tournedos-Bois-Hubert Tournedos-sur-Seine Tourneville Tourville-la-Campagne Tourville-sur-Pont-Audemer Toutainville Touville Le Tremblay-Omonville La Trinité La Trinité-de-Réville La Trinité-de-Thouberville Triqueville Les Trois Lacs Le Troncq Le Tronquay Trouville-la-Haule La Vacherie Valailles Le Val-David Val-de-Reuil Le Val-d'Hazey Val d'Orger Valletot Vandrimare Vannecrocq Vascœuil Vatteville Le Vaudreuil Vaux-sur-Eure Venon Les Ventes Verneuil d'Avre et d'Iton Verneusses Vernon Vesly Vexin-sur-Epte Vézillon Le Vieil-Évreux La Vieille-Lyre Vieux-Port Villegats Villers-en-Vexin Villers-sur-le-Roule Villettes Villez-sous-Bailleul Villez-sur-le-Neubourg Villiers-en-Désœuvre Vironvay Vitot Voiscreville Vraiville

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