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(French pronunciation: ​[ob]) is a French department in the Grand Est
Grand Est
region of north-eastern France. As with sixty departments in France, this department is named after a river: the Aube. With 305,606 inhabitants (2012), Aube
is 76th department in terms of population. The inhabitants of the department are known as Aubois or Auboises[1] The department was constituted as it is today by a decree of the National Assembly of 15 January 1790.


1 Geography

1.1 Location 1.2 Subregions of Aube 1.3 Communes of Aube 1.4 Topography and geology 1.5 Hydrography 1.6 Forests and lakes 1.7 Climate 1.8 Channels of communication and transport

1.8.1 Road network 1.8.2 Communal transport 1.8.3 Rail network 1.8.4 Navigable waterways

2 History

2.1 Early History 2.2 The 12th century and the monasteries 2.3 Definitive reunion with Kingdom of France 2.4 Heraldry

3 Politics and Administration

3.1 General Council

4 Politics 5 Demography

5.1 Distribution of the population 5.2 Demographic change 5.3 Distribution of Age Groups 5.4 Breakdown of population by socio-professional categories

6 Economy

6.1 General 6.2 Employment by sector 6.3 Main economic sectors

6.3.1 Industry 6.3.2 Tourism 6.3.3 Agriculture

7 Population and Society

7.1 Education

7.1.1 Primary and secondary 7.1.2 Higher Education

7.2 Health 7.3 Sports 7.4 Media

7.4.1 Radio 7.4.2 Television 7.4.3 Daily Newspapers

7.5 Justice 7.6 Waste Management

8 Culture and heritage

8.1 Cultural Venues

8.1.1 Theatres and concerts 8.1.2 Cinemas 8.1.3 Cultural festivities 8.1.4 Gastronomy

8.2 Monuments and tourist sites

8.2.1 Castles 8.2.2 Museums[29] 8.2.3 Other historic sites

8.3 Tourist Places

9 Notable People linked to the Department 10 See also 11 Notes 12 References 13 External links

Geography[edit] Location[edit]

Entry to the Aube
department from Route N77

The Aube
department is located in the south-west side of the Grand Est region. It borders the departments of Marne
in the north (about 130 km long), Haute- Marne
to the east (about 100 km long), Côte-d'Or
in the south-east (about 45 km long), Yonne
in the south-west (about 175 km long), and Seine-et- Marne
in the west (about 45 km long).[2] Subregions of Aube[edit]

Map of natural and traditional regions of the department.

Within the department regions of natural or traditional countryside can be identified as follows:

northwest quarter: Champagne
crayeuse (chalky Champagne) northwestern tip: the Nogentais southwest of Troyes: the Othe region to the south: le Chaourçois to the northeast: the Briennois to the east: the Barrois between Troyes
and Barrois: Champagne

Communes of Aube[edit] Main article: Communes of the Aube
department Aube
is divided into 431 communes totalling 308,503 inhabitants. Major cities with more than 10,000 inhabitants) are:

(61,823 inhabitants, prefecture), Romilly-sur-Seine
(14,429 inhabitants), La Chapelle-Saint-Luc (13,401 inhabitants), Saint-André-les-Vergers
(11,088 inhabitants) and Sainte-Savine
(10,110 inhabitants).

They are mostly located in the centre of the department. Four of those five cities are part of the Agglomeration of Troyes. Topography and geology[edit]

Altitude of the main towns of Aube[3]

Troyes Romilly-sur-Seine Bar-sur-Aube Nogent-sur-Seine

Lowest Altitude 100 metres 67 metres 156 metres 60 metres

Highest Altitude 126 metres 112 metres 348 metres 113 metres

Average Altitude 113 metres 90 metres 252 metres 87 metres

Town Hall Altitude 107 metres 77 metres 165 metres 71 metres


The Seine
at Bar-sur-Seine

There are 23 rivers throughout the department,[Note 1] the four main rivers being the Seine, the Aube
(tributary of the Seine), the Armance (tributary of the Armançon), and the Vanne (a tributary of the Yonne). Forests and lakes[edit]

Temple Lake seen from the dam

The department has 140,000 hectares of forests.[4] Located in the Community of communes of Forests, lakes, and lands in Champagne, the Orient Forest Regional Natural Park
Orient Forest Regional Natural Park
was one of the first natural parks created in France. In the same place, there is the Orient Lake and the Amance and Temple lakes where fishing, recreational water sports, and bathing are available. Each lake specialises in one or more of these activities. Climate[edit] The climate is moderate without intense cold or excessive heat which represents a climate similar to continental and oceanic. Between 1950 and 1985 the average annual temperature recorded in the department was 10.1 °C[5] which is equivalent to the Paris
basin and the cities of north-eastern France. The average sunshine hours per year is 1771. Average annual rainfall is quite high (653.4 mm over 115 days of rain[5]). In general there is more rain in autumn than in winter but rainfall is highest during spring. In contrast summer is the season when rainfall is lowest. There is, however, more rain in the south-east than the north-west. Snow is relatively infrequent. Prevailing wind is from the west.

Comparison of local Meteorological data with other cities in France[6]

Town Sunshine

(hours/yr) Rain

(mm/yr) Snow

(days/yr) Storm

(days/yr) Fog


National Average 1,973 770 14 22 40

Troyes[7] 1,817 645 15 17 38

Paris 1,661 637 12 18 10

Nice 2,724 767 1 29 1

Strasbourg 1,693 665 29 29 56

Brest 1,605 1,211 7 12 75

Climate data for Troyes

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

Average high °C (°F) 6.2 (43.2) 7.7 (45.9) 11.9 (53.4) 15.2 (59.4) 19.5 (67.1) 22.7 (72.9) 25.7 (78.3) 25.4 (77.7) 21.2 (70.2) 16.3 (61.3) 10.1 (50.2) 6.7 (44.1) 15.7 (60.3)

Daily mean °C (°F) 3.1 (37.6) 3.7 (38.7) 7.0 (44.6) 9.5 (49.1) 13.7 (56.7) 16.7 (62.1) 19.3 (66.7) 19.0 (66.2) 15.4 (59.7) 11.6 (52.9) 6.6 (43.9) 3.8 (38.8) 10.8 (51.4)

Average low °C (°F) −0.1 (31.8) −0.3 (31.5) 2.0 (35.6) 3.7 (38.7) 7.8 (46) 10.7 (51.3) 12.8 (55) 12.6 (54.7) 9.6 (49.3) 6.8 (44.2) 3.0 (37.4) 0.8 (33.4) 5.8 (42.4)

Average precipitation mm (inches) 50.5 (1.988) 42.1 (1.657) 47.7 (1.878) 50.9 (2.004) 61.7 (2.429) 56.6 (2.228) 54.4 (2.142) 52.2 (2.055) 53.3 (2.098) 63.6 (2.504) 51.2 (2.016) 60.6 (2.386) 644.8 (25.386)

Average precipitation days (≥ 1 mm) 10.0 8.4 10.3 9.1 10.1 8.6 7.2 7.0 7.5 9.6 9.8 10.6 108.2

Mean monthly sunshine hours 69 88 144 185 215 229 235 228 179 124 67 54 1,817

Source: Meteorological data for Troyes
– 112 m altitude, from 1981 to 2010 January 2015 (in French)

Channels of communication and transport[edit] Road network[edit] The department has 150 km of autoroutes, 33 km of national roads, 4,517 km of departmental roads and 2,116 km of local roads.[8] Communal transport[edit] In the Agglomeration of Troyes
TCAT (Transport for the Communes of Troyes) provides a transport network between communes. Unlike many networks that are provided by other operators, the agglomeration community of the city is the owner of the company.[9] The network currently serves eleven communes including two outside the Troyes agglomeration. Other cities, including Romilly-sur-Seine, have no transport network.[10] Aube
also has intercity transport networks. 21 regular bus routes are operated between the major cities of the department. The use of these lines is entrusted to private coaches: Transdev – The Carriers of Aube
has 15 routes,[11] Keolis Sud Lorraine has 4 routes,[12] Procars Champagne
has 2 routes,[13] Autocars Bardy has one route.[14] Rail network[edit]


Five railway stations are currently in operation. These are: Nogent-sur-Seine, Romilly-sur-Seine, Troyes, Vendeuvre-sur-Barse, Bar-sur-Aube. Aube
does not have a strong rail coverage. Only one main non-electrified line passes through Aube
– the line that connects Paris-Est to Mulhouse. Navigable waterways[edit] The department has 34.8 km of navigable waterways.[8] The city of Nogent-sur-Seine
has two river ports for grain.[15] History[edit] Early History[edit] The first inhabitants of Aube
were the Tricasses and Lingones
with a substantial human settlement around the year 400 BC. Saints Potentian and Savinian,[16] Greek priests from Samos, came to preach the gospel from the middle of the 3rd century. Saint Patroclus was one of the first martyrs of the new faith in the year 259. Shortly after Saint Jule and some notables of the city of Tricasses also suffered martyrdom. Nevertheless, as elsewhere, the Christian community became large enough to accommodate a bishop. Saint Amateur was the first in 340. In the year 286 the Bagaudae ravaged the land which forms Aube. Emperor Julian
Emperor Julian
came to Troyes
with his army and rescued it. The territory making up Aube
was first attached to France in 843, following the Treaty of Verdun. The 12th century and the monasteries[edit]

The Abbey of Clairvaux: today a prison

Two important monasteries were founded in the department: one at Clairvaux in 1114, created by Bernard of Clairvaux, the other at Paraclete, by his illustrious rival, Pierre Abélard
Pierre Abélard
and of which Héloïse d'Argenteuil
Héloïse d'Argenteuil
was the first abbess. Bernard of Clairvaux
Bernard of Clairvaux
was noted for his eloquence at the Council of Troyes
and his preaching of the Second Crusade
Second Crusade
which had no result and whose outcome was disastrous. The reunion of Champagne
with the kingdom of France was finalised in 1361. Yet people wanted absolutely the incorporation of Champagne
but in 1328 King Philip VI gave the city of Bar-sur- Seine
to Philippe de Croy. The inhabitants, however, ransomed him to return it to the king on the condition that it become inalienable. Definitive reunion with Kingdom of France[edit] The decree of the National Assembly of 15 January 1790 formally established the department of Aube. Its first president was Augustin-Henri-Marie Picot[17] and his first deputy was Louis Antoine Joseph Robin. Jacques Claude Beugnot
Jacques Claude Beugnot
was elected Attorney-General and also MP.[17] The 19th century marked the emergence of the Hosiery
business in the department. After the victory of the allies in the Battle of Waterloo
Battle of Waterloo
on 18 June 1815, the department was occupied by Russian troops from June 1815 to November 1818. In 1911 following the revolt of the vineyards of Champagne
large Riots broke out in the department. The consequences of this were tragic because the clashes resulted in dozens of injuries. Main article: Champagne
Riots In 1919, a decree allowed Aube
department to produce champagne for the first time.[18] In 1932 Turkish president Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
visited Aube
and signed a friendship treaty with France there on 4 July 1938.[19] Heraldry[edit]

Blazon: Azure, a band argent with two cotises potent and counter potent in Or, chief wavy in argent.

Politics and Administration[edit] General Council[edit] The General Council of Aube
is located in Troyes. Its president has been DVD Senator Philippe Adnot since July 1990. It includes the 34 councillors of the 17 cantons of Aube. Of these, 32 are from the Right (mainly the UMP), the others are from the Miscellaneous left.[20] Currently the budget of the General Council is €329.8 million. Its main mission and expenditure on social activities and health.[8] Politics[edit] Aube
returns three Deputies to the National Assembly, all of whom are from the Union for a Popular Movement
Union for a Popular Movement
(UMP), and two Senators: one UMP and one right-wing independent.

Seats on the General Council by Political Party

Party Abbrev. No. Members

Left Wing

Socialist Party PS 2

Communist Party PCF 2

Miscellaneous left DVG 1

Europe Ecology – The Greens EELV 1

Right Wing

Democratic Movement MoDem 1

New Centre NC 2

Miscellaneous right DVD 10

Union for a Popular Movement UMP 13


Independent SE 1

President of the General Council

Demography[edit] Distribution of the population[edit] Aube
is inhabited by 308,503 people with more than a third (130,430 inhabitants[8]) live in the Troyes
agglomeration. Population of the Main towns of Aube[21]

Demographic change[edit] In 2009, the department had 303,298 inhabitants. Population change (See database)

1793 1800 1806 1821 1831 1836 1841 1846 1851

228,885 231,455 238,819 230,688 246,361 253,870 258,180 261,881 265,247

1856 1861 1866 1872 1876 1881 1886 1891 1896

261,673 262,785 261,951 255,687 255,217 255,326 257,374 255,548 251,435

1901 1906 1911 1921 1926 1931 1936 1946 1954

246,163 243,670 241,036 227,839 238,253 242,596 239,563 235,237 240,797

1962 1968 1975 1982 1990 1999 2006 2007 2008

255,099 270,325 284,823 289,300 289,207 292,131 299,704 300,837 301,327

2009 - - - - - - - -

303,298 - - - - - - - -

Sources : Historical data of Aube
department on the SPLAF website Ldh/EHESS/Cassini until 1962, INSEE database from 1968 (population without double counting and municipal population from 2006)

Histogram of Demographic Evolution

Distribution of Age Groups[edit] Percentage Distribution of Age Groups in Aube
compared to Champagne-Ardennes region in 2009

Aube Aube Ch-Ardennes Ch-Ardennes

Age Range Men Women Men Women

0 to 14 Years 19.0 17.3 19.1 17.2

15 to 29 Years 19.3 17.2 20.0 18.1

30 to 44 Years 20.6 19.5 20.7 19.7

45 to 59 Years 21.4 20.6 21.2 20.7

60 to 74 Years 13.0 14.1 12.7 13.6

75 to 89 Years 6.3 10.0 6.0 9.6

90 Years+ 0.4 1.3 0.3 1.1


Population by sex and age in 2009 for Aube, INSEE. Population by sex and age in 2009 for Champagne-Ardennes, INSEE.

Breakdown of population by socio-professional categories[edit]

Population of 15 years or more by sex, age, and socio-professional category

socio-professionnel category 2007 1999 Details for 2007

Nb % Nb % Men Women %age of the population aged

15 to 24 yrs 25 to 54 yrs 55 yrs +

Ensemble 246,346


118,402 127,944

Farmers and Farm workers 5,094 2.1 5,408 2.3 3,584 1,510 0.2 3 1.6

Artisans, shopkeepers, business managers 7,232 2.9 7,619 3.2 5,025 2,207 0.5 4.7 1.5

Executives and Intellectuals 12,656 5.1 9,435 4 8,196 4,460 0.7 8.5 2.5

Intermediate Professions 28,805 11,7 24,953 10,6 14,020 14,786 6.6 19.7 3.1

Employees 40,276 16.3 35,303 14.9 8,782 31,493 16.4 25.5 4.2

Workers 43,950 17.8 47,771 20.2 33,297 10,653 19 27.8 4.1

Retirees 68,138 27.7 58,706 24.8 30,101 38,038 0 0.5 75.4

Others without occupation 40,194 16.3 47,198 20 15,397 24,797 56.6 10.2 7.6

Source : INSEE Census 2006 Population census of January 2006 (in French)

Economy[edit] General[edit] The economy of Aube
has focused on the textile industry since the 19th century. This sector is now in crisis due to the department being in an area of real economic change. In 2007, the departmental workforce totalled 139,083 with 121,966 persons in employment and 17,117 people unemployed. Men accounted for nearly 53% of the active population and women 47%.[22] The Aube
department has a high rate of feminization in employment. Nearly half of people with active jobs (46% in 2007) are women. The main areas affected by the feminization are trade, transport, textiles, utilities, education, and health. Women are slightly more affected than men by unemployment (54.8% of the unemployed in 2007). This is mainly due to layoffs in the textile sector. Employment by sector[edit]

Distribution of Employment by Industry sector

  Agriculture Industry Construction Commerce[Note 2] Public Administration[Note 3]

Aube 6.6% 20.3% 7.3% 37.4% 28.3%

Comparison with the Region 6.7% 19.2% 6.5% 36.7% 31.0%

Sources: INSEE Employment by sector of activity for 2007 in Aube, (in French), Employment by sector of activity for 2007 in Champagne-Ardenne (in French)

Main economic sectors[edit] Industry[edit]

Large Industrial Companies[8]

No. of Employees

Petit Bateau (Textiles) 1,022

Devanlay (Textiles) 1,018

Soufflet (Cereals) 874

Kléber (Pneumatics) 790

Vachette (Locks) 600

Mefro Roues (Wheel rims) 584

Valco (Furniture) 575

Petitjean (Public lighting) 567

Jacquot (Chocolate) 550



No. Establishments

Hotels 66 1,991 rooms

Camping 23 1,618 places

Holiday Cottages 310 2,006 places


Harvesting hemp at Saint-Flavy

The utilized agricultural area is 379,720 hectares. Aube
is largest producer of hemp; the 2nd largest producer of champagne, cabbage for sauerkraut, medicinal poppies, and alfalfa; the 6th largest producer of potatoes; the 8th largest producer of cereals; and the 9th largest producer of beet in France.[8] Population and Society[edit] Education[edit]

An old school at Troyes

Primary and secondary[edit] In 2010 elementary and secondary education consisted of:

11,568 students in kindergarten across 136 schools (including 1 private);[23] 18,465 students in primary school across 255 schools (including 14 private);[23] 12,311 students in college across 34 institutions (including 9 private);[24] 5,199 students in schools of general education across 10 institutions (including 3 private);[24] 2,666 students in vocational high school across 10 institutions (including 3 private).[24]

Higher Education[edit] According to the latest census of the academic inspectorate of Aube
in 2009 the department has 8,794 students in higher education.[8][Note 4]

List of Universities and Higher Educational Schools

Public Schools

University of Technology of Troyes
(UTT) Institute of Technology of Troyes
(University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne) Faculty (University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne) Institute for Heritage Skills (IUMP) Institute for Teacher Training (IUFM) Institute for Nursing Education (IFSI of Troyes/DE IDE) Preparatory classes for Higher Education (CPGE) scientific and economic Graduate School for Applied Arts in Troyes National Conservatory of Music in Troyes

Private Schools

Graduate School of Commerce in Troyes Supinfo

Health[edit] List of Hospitals and Health Clinics[8]

Hospitals and Clinics

Type of Institution No. of Institutions

Hospital 4

Clinic 7

Children's Institutions

Type of Institution No. of Institutions

Child Protection 12

Handicapped Children's Centre 18

Institutions for Handicapped Adults

Type of Institution No. of Institutions

Institution to help for work 8

Businesses adapted for handicapped people 2

Professional rehabilitation Centres 1

Specialised Foster Homes 2

Accommodation Facilities 20

Residential Home Care for the autistic 2

Home Care 2

Institutions for the Elderly

Type of Institution No. of Institutions

Nursing Homes for the Elderly (EHPAD) 38

Home Housing 10

Long Term Care Units (USLD) 5

Group Homes 1

Home Care 7

Rural Homes for the Elderly 1


The Aube
Stadium is the residence of the ES Troyes
AC football club.

There are 580 clubs and sports associations in the Aube department.[25] The main ones are:

ES Troyes
AC: soccer club in the French Ligue 1; ETAC Handball: Handball Club at National Level 3; Union Sportive de Sainte Maure Troyes
Handball: Women's handball club at National Level 1; Pygargues of Troyes: american football club in Division 2; PLAVB (Troyes): volleyball club at Regional one; SUMA (Troyes): Motoball club of France (one of the most successful) moved to elite since the 1930s; Troyes
roller hockey: roller hockey club playing at National Level 2; Espadons (Swordfish )(Troyes): baseball club playing at Regional Level 1; Romilly Association for Sports 10: which includes multiple sections.

Media[edit] Radio[edit] At Troyes
there are three independent local radio stations:

Radio Latitude: that broadcasts programming focused on the dance floor. This was the first local radio station in the department. It broadcasts from Troyes, Romilly-sur-Seine, and Vendeuvre-sur-Barse Theme Radio: community radio broadcasting music and information flashes Troyes
Campus radio: rock music oriented radio and sometimes rap

At Romilly-sur-Seine, in addition to Latitude Radio, there is a local independent radio broadcaster: Radio Aube
et Seine. French Christian Radio (RCF) Aube
is located in the department. Television[edit]

Canal 32: television network with a local Troyes
and department station France 3
France 3
( France 3
France 3
Lorraine Champagne-Ardenne)

Daily Newspapers[edit]

Name Place Distribution Area Press Group Circulation[26]

L'Est-Éclair Saint-André-les-Vergers
(agglomération de Troyes) Aube Groupe Hersant Média 27,948

Libération Champagne Troyes Aube Groupe Hersant Média 6,395

Justice[edit] All Aube
jurisdictions are located in Troyes. The city has a Tribunal d'instance and a High Court, a commercial court and an Employment Tribunal for civil and criminal jurisdictions. There is also a Correctional court and a Juvenile court. Appeals, however, are passed to the Court of Appeal in Reims.[27] Waste Management[edit] Aube
currently has two storage facilities for radioactive waste:

Storage Centre for Very Low Activity Waste (CSTFA) Storage Centre for Low and Medium Activity Waste (CSFMA)

Culture and heritage[edit] Cultural Venues[edit] Theatres and concerts[edit]

The Cube – in the Parc des Expositions in Troyes Champagne
Theatre Théâtre of la Madeleine Argence space

Cinemas[edit] The four main theatres are:

Ciné City in Troyes Vagabond in Bar-sur-Aube Lumière in Nogent-sur-Seine Cinema Eden in Romilly-sur-Seine

Cultural festivities[edit]

Festival in Othe Aube
Templiers 2012 event


from Troyes.

from Troyes Barberey cheese Cacibel liqueur Montgueux
champagne Chaource
cheese Chocolate
from Jacquot ( Cémoi group) Sauerkraut
from Brienne-le-Château Cider
from Othe country Prunelle de Troyes
liqueur Rosé des Riceys wine

Monuments and tourist sites[edit]

The castle of La Motte-Tilly

The Aube
has 365 historical monuments of which 144 are classified, and 221 are enrolled.[28] Castles[edit]

La Motte-Tilly
La Motte-Tilly
Castle Bligny Castle Droupt-Saint-Basle
Castle Barberey-Saint-Sulpice
Castle Brienne-le-Château


Hall in the style of Baltard d'Aix en Othe

Napoleon Museum (Brienne-le-Château) Museum Hugues de Payens (Payns) Resistance Museum (Mussy-sur-Seine) Cider
Museum (Eaux-Puiseaux) Museum of the old Champagne
malt house (La Chapelle-Saint-Luc) Cheese Museum (Chaource) Museum of crystals – Centre Mazzolay (Bayel) Eco-Museum of the Orient Forest (Brienne-la-Vieille) House of Tools and Work Reflections (Troyes) Museum of Vauluisant (Troyes) Museum of peasant history (Champcharme) Museum of peasant memory (Estissac) Living Museum of Romilly hosiery (Romilly-sur-Seine) The Folk Art Museum (Droupt-Saint-Basle) Renoir Workshop (Essoyes) Museum of Modern Art (Troyes) Loukine Museum (Arsonval) Paul Dubois-Alfred Boucher Museum (Nogent-sur-Seine) Saint-Loup Museum (Troyes) Apothecary of the Hotel-Dieu-le-Comte (Troyes) Michel Marcu Museum of automata (Lusigny-sur-Barse) Di Marco Museum (Troyes) Museum of dolls of yesteryear and cooperage (Maisons-lès-Chaource) Museum of the Simple Past (Crésantignes) Aube
Educational History Museum Museum of news design in the press (Troyes)

Other historic sites[edit]

The Hôtel de Ville in Troyes

Clairvaux Abbey Basilica of St. Urbain, Troyes Abbey of Saint-Loup of Troyes Monastery Notre-Dame of Saint Espérance Hotel of Marisy Hotel de Ville in Troyes Hotel of the prefecture of Aube

Tourist Places[edit]

Orient Forest Regional Natural Park Orient Lake Amance and Temple Lakes Nigloland: amusement park located at Dolancourt




Clairvaux Abbey


Notable People linked to the Department[edit]

Signature of Danton.

Chrétien de Troyes, writer Urbain IV, Pope Georges Jacques Danton, Revolutionary Martin-Pierre Gauthier, Architect Jacques-Nicolas Paillot de Montabert, Painter Henri Gambey, Inventor Alexandre Du Sommerard, Archeologist Louis Jacques Thénard, Chemist Sylvain Charles Valée, Marshal of France Jacques Claude Beugnot, Politician Nicolas Desmarest, Geologist Pierre-Jean Grosley, Historian Edmé Boursault, Man of Letters Jean de Brienne, King of Jerusalem Jules Guyot, Physician, oenologist (1807–1872) Charles Baltet, Horticulturalist (1830–1908) Gabriel Bonvalot, Explorer (1853–1933) Gaston Bachelard, Philosopher and professor at Bar-sur-Aube Gaston Cheq, Leader of the revolt of the wine-growers in 1911 Olivier Messiaen, Composer, Organist, ornithologist, Fuligny, Aube, 1928–1931

See also[edit]

Cantons of the Aube
department Communes of the Aube
department Arrondissements of the Aube


^ The complete list can be found at Water Courses of Aube
(in French) ^ Including transport and services ^ Including education, health, and social workers ^ This figure does not take into account students from the National Conservatory of Music in Troyes


^ Inhabitants of France (in French) ^ Denajar, Laurent (9 July 2017). "Carte archéologique de la Gaule: 10. Aube". Les Editions de la MSH – via Google Books.  ^ Geographical Information, annuaire-mairie.fr website, consulted on 24 June 2010 (in French) ^ Geographical Presentation of the Aube
department Archived 5 July 2013 at the Wayback Machine., Aube
prefecture website, consulted on 22 September 2010 (in French) ^ a b Readings from the Météo-France
station at Barberey-Saint-Sulpice ^ Paris, Nice, Strasbourg, Brest ^ Data from the Station at Troyes
from 1981 to 2010 (in French) ^ a b c d e f g h i Aube
and its budget[permanent dead link], General Council of Aube, 2011, consulted on 14 May 2011 (in French) ^ TCAT website Archived 15 March 2015 at the Wayback Machine. (in French) ^ List of Networks in Aube
department, Trans'bus, consulted on 20 September 2010 (in French) ^ Transdev Route Map (in French) ^ Keolis Sud Lorraine (in French) ^ Procars Champagne
Archived 11 November 2008 at the Wayback Machine. (in French) ^ Autocars Bardy (in French) ^ The port of Aube
at Nogent-sur-Seine, Aube
Développement, consulted on 21 September 2010 (in French) ^ Saint-Potentien and Saint-Savinien, first preachers of the Gospel
in Gaul (in French) ^ a b Genealogical and Heraldic History of the peers of France, Volume 8, Jean Baptiste Pierre Jullien de Courcelles, 1827 (in French) ^ Regions-Tourism-Arkantz, 2007, consulted on 19 September 2010 (in French) ^ Foreign Policy Of Atatürk ^ EOLAS. "Les élus au Conseil départemental – Département de l'Aube". www.aube.fr.  ^ Population of the main towns of Aube
on the SPLAF website (in French) ^ Results from the 2006 population census, INSEE, consulted on 22 September 2010 (in French) ^ a b The first degree in Aube, rectory of the Academy of Reims, consulted on 27 October 2010 (in French) ^ a b c The second degree in Aube, rectory of the Academy of Reims, consulted on 27 October 2010 (in French) ^ Lists of associations, Departmental Directorate of Youth and Sports in Aube
Archived 18 January 2011 at the Wayback Machine., consulted on 23 September 2010 m (in French) ^ Circulation is weekly in 2008, OJD Archived 10 November 2009 at the Wayback Machine. ^ Competent Jurisdictions for the commune of Troyes, consulted on 2 July 2010 (in French) ^ Heritage and Architecture – Figures for 2012, Ministry of Culture and Communication, consulted on 7 June 2012 (in French) ^ List of Museums on the Aube
and Champagne
Tourist website (in French)

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Aube.

(in French) Prefecture website (in English) General Council website (in English) Aube
at Curlie (based on DMOZ) (in French) Official Tourism website for Troyes Official website for Tourism for Aube
(in French) Official website for Tourism in Aube
for Tablets and smartphones (in French) (in French) of Aube
Accounts for the Communes and groupings: - Individual Data Principle budget only – Consolidated data "Principle Budget and annexes" (in French) Departmental Archives Official website of discovery for Aube
(in French) Vitrail website for Aube
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Departments of France

01 Ain 02 Aisne 03 Allier 04 Alpes-de-Haute-Provence 05 Hautes-Alpes 06 Alpes-Maritimes 07 Ardèche 08 Ardennes 09 Ariège 10 Aube 11 Aude 12 Aveyron 13 Bouches-du-Rhône 14 Calvados 15 Cantal 16 Charente 17 Charente-Maritime 18 Cher 19 Corrèze 2A Corse-du-Sud 2B Haute-Corse 21 Côte-d'Or 22 Côtes-d'Armor 23 Creuse 24 Dordogne 25 Doubs 26 Drôme 27 Eure 28 Eure-et-Loir 29 Finistère 30 Gard 31 Haute-Garonne 32 Gers 33 Gironde 34 Hérault 35 Ille-et-Vilaine 36 Indre 37 Indre-et-Loire 38 Isère 39 Jura 40 Landes 41 Loir-et-Cher 42 Loire 43 Haute-Loire 44 Loire-Atlantique 45 Loiret 46 Lot 47 Lot-et-Garonne 48 Lozère 49 Maine-et-Loire 50 Manche 51 Marne 52 Haute-Marne 53 Mayenne 54 Meurthe-et-Moselle 55 Meuse 56 Morbihan 57 Moselle 58 Nièvre 59 Nord 60 Oise 61 Orne 62 Pas-de-Calais 63 Puy-de-Dôme 64 Pyrénées-Atlantiques 65 Hautes-Pyrénées 66 Pyrénées-Orientales 67 Bas-Rhin 68 Haut-Rhin 69D Rhône 70 Haute-Saône 71 Saône-et-Loire 72 Sarthe 73 Savoie 74 Haute-Savoie 75 Paris 76 Seine-Maritime 77 Seine-et-Marne 78 Yvelines 79 Deux-Sèvres 80 Somme 81 Tarn 82 Tarn-et-Garonne 83 Var 84 Vaucluse 85 Vendée 86 Vienne 87 Haute-Vienne 88 Vosges 89 Yonne 90 Territoire de Belfort 91 Essonne 92 Hauts-de-Seine 93 Seine-Saint-Denis 94 Val-de-Marne 95 Val-d'Oise

Overseas departments 971 Guadeloupe 972 Martinique 973 French Guiana 974 Réunion 976 Mayotte

Metropolis with territorial collectivity statute 69M Lyon

Authority control

WorldCat Identities VIAF: 312788193 LCCN: n50053186 GND: 4265642-4 BNF: cb15239081t (data) B