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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.

Vesoul
Vesoul
(French pronunciation: [vəzul] ( listen)) is a commune in the Haute-Saône
Haute-Saône
department in the region of Bourgogne-Franche-Comté
Bourgogne-Franche-Comté
located in eastern France. It is the most populated municipality of the department with 15,212 inhabitants in 2014. The same year, the Communauté d'agglomération de Vesoul
Vesoul
which covers 20 municipalities together had 34,310 inhabitants while the Urban area of Vesoul
Vesoul
which includes 78 municipalities, had 59,244 inhabitants. Its inhabitants are known in French as Vésuliens. Nicknamed the " Nice
Nice
of the East", the reputation of Vesoul-based primarily on the song "Vesoul" by Jacques Brel
Jacques Brel
and the Vesoul
Vesoul
International Film Festival of Asian Cinema. Its 16,000 inhabitants, account Vesoul
Vesoul
2000 students and 8000 licensed sport. The city has received many labels and names that reflect the investigation brings to life Vesoul
Vesoul
common. Built on top of the hill de la Motte, in the first millennium, the old medieval town of Castrum Vesulium, the city is gradually presented as European commercial and economic center with many traders and exchangers and European Jews. At the end of the Middle Ages, the city experienced a period of strong difficulties as plagues, epidemics, destruction ... Main urban center of the department, Vesoul
Vesoul
is also the capital of the logistics industry with the PSA Vesoul
Vesoul
Plant and the seat of several institutions such as the Regional Centre for Restoration of Works of Art. The town is the capital of the department.

Contents

1 Notable people 2 History 3 Geography 4 Culture and heritage 5 Monuments and tourist attractions

5.1 Paul Morel Hospital 5.2 Heritage 5.3 Festival 5.4 Library

6 Administration

6.1 Mayors 6.2 Twin towns 6.3 Administrative division

7 Areas 8 Notable People

8.1 Demography 8.2 Media 8.3 Sport 8.4 Education

9 Awards 10 See also 11 References 12 External links

Notable people[edit]

Jean-Léon Gérôme Raymond Aubrac Édouard Belin Edwige Feuillère Charles Grandmougin Arthur Constantin Krebs Laurent Mangel Jean Pierre Marie Orchampt Robert Schurrer Stéphane Peterhansel Albert Cartier Abel Khaled Jean-Baptiste Humbert Alain Joyandet Yves Krattinger Mickaël Ravaux Jean-Xavier Bureau de Pusy Georges Cogniot Théodule-Armand Ribot Albert Mathiez Jean Peyrière Julien Casoli Amédée Simon Dominique Thierry Affo Erassa Jean Compagnon Cédric Si Mohamed Katty Piejos Vincent Luis Frédéric Vichot Pascal Dagnan-Bouveret Jean-Michel Nicollier Pape Mamadou Diouf Roger Munier Jean-Joseph Gaume

History[edit] Vesoul
Vesoul
is first mentioned in a document dated 899. That document speaks about an elevation with a fortified watchtower. The document speaks about "Castrum Vesulium". Castrum is a fortification, and "Vesulium" has the syllable ves which meant hill or mountain in a language that was spoken before the Celts. Today, there is a castle that forms the centre of the city. The first houses were built inside the walls of the castle. Newcomers who found no place settled outside the city walls, on the flanks of the hill. Growing wine was popular. In 1814, after the fall of the empire, a buffer state was created, with Vesoul
Vesoul
as capital. The principality was that of Free County, of the Vosges
Vosges
and of Porrentruy. Today, one of the main factories of PSA Peugeot Citroën
PSA Peugeot Citroën
is near Vesoul. Geography[edit]

Vesoul
Vesoul
is located in the center of the Haute-Saône
Haute-Saône
and is equidistant from the other cities of the department. It is located at the intersection of highways Road 19 and Road 57, the SNCF Paris-Basel. It is to 48 kilometres (30 mi) of Besançon, 82 kilometres (51 mi) of Epinal, 30 kilometres (19 mi) of Luxeuil-les-Bains, 32 kilometres (20 mi) of Lure, 64 kilometres (40 mi) of Belfort, 59 kilometres (37 mi) of Gray and 105 kilometres (65 mi) of Dijon
Dijon
[1]. The largest city near Vesoul
Vesoul
is Besançon. As the crow flies, Vesoul is 315 kilometres (196 mi) of the capital Paris, 485 kilometres (301 mi) of Marseille, 230 kilometres (140 mi) of Lyon, 578 kilometres (359 mi) of Toulouse, 445 kilometres (277 mi) of Nice, 585 kilometres (364 mi) of Nantes, 160 kilometres (99 mi) of Strasbourg, 480 kilometres (300 mi) of Montpellier, 605 kilometres (376 mi) of Bordeaux, and 404 kilometres (251 mi) of Lille, [2] 3. Culture and heritage[edit]

Monuments to the dead of the war 14-18

Hostel Pétremand

The Jean-Léon Gérôme
Jean-Léon Gérôme
Collège

Hôpital Paul-Morel

Monuments and tourist attractions[edit]

The Durgeon

Vieux Vesoul
Vesoul
(Old Vesoul) (buildings from the 15th, 16th and 18th centuries and Garret Museum) Site of Vesoul's Motte Site of the Sabot de Frotey Lake of Vesoul
Vesoul
- Vaivre Vesoul-Vaivre Vélo-rail Convent of the Ursulines (17th century) St. George's Church, Vesoul Gare de Vesoul PSA Vesoul
Vesoul
Plant Synagogue of Vesoul Musée Georges-Garret Notre-Dame-de-la-Motte

Paul Morel Hospital[edit] Paul Morel Hospital
Hospital
is an ancient hospital. Heritage[edit]

Lake of Vesoul

Lac de Vesoul
Vesoul
- Vaivre

Festival[edit]

Vesoul
Vesoul
International Film Festival of Asian Cinema

Library[edit] The first public library of Vesoul
Vesoul
opened in 1771. The abbé (abbot) Bardenet, superior of the Saint-Esprit hospital in Besançon, gave his book collection to the town. There were 1772 books. The collections became a lot larger with the Revolution. At that time, the revolutionaries (people who led the French Revolution) took the books from the monasteries of the town (capucins) and even of the region (Luxeuil and Faverney
Faverney
monasteries). Around 20,000 books were added to the library this way, including some 11th century manuscripts. The Mayor's office was responsible for keeping the books. In 1981, the municipality decided to build a new building to encourage the public to read. The library was recently equipped with computers. There are around 200 manuscripts and 150 incunables. Administration[edit] Mayors[edit] Main article: List of mayors of Vesoul Twin towns[edit]

Gerlingen, Germany, since 1964

Administrative division[edit]

Arrondissement of Vesoul Canton of Vesoul-1 Canton of Vesoul-2

Areas[edit]

Jean Jaurès-Petit-Banque area

Anglais Garden Park

Neighborhoods

Rêpes-Pontarcher Grand Montmarin Vesoul
Vesoul
Ouest Vesoul
Vesoul
Centre Nord-Saint-Ferjeux Grand Grésil Stade Vesoul
Vesoul
Centre Sud Jean Jaurès-Petit-Banque

Sectors :

Vieux-Vesoul Les Bains Pontarcher Taillevanne Haberges Saint-Martin Grand Miselot Saint-Maur Luxembourg

Commercial areas :

Espace de la Motte Pôle Santé de Vesoul Oasis Kennedy Halles de Vesoul Paul-Morel

Industrial areas :

Vesoul
Vesoul
Technologia PSA Poincaré Les Saussis

Spaces :

La Motte Jardin anglais Plateau de Cita Les Rives du Lac Sabot de Frotey

Notable People[edit]

Jean-Michel Nicolier
Jean-Michel Nicolier
( 1 July 1966 – 20/21 November 1991), French volunteer in the Croatian War of Independence
Croatian War of Independence
who was killed in the Vukovar massacre Sophie Bouillon (born 1984), independent journalist, winner of the 2009 Albert Londres Prize.

Demography[edit]

Historical population

Year Pop. ±% p.a.

1793 5,303 —    

1800 5,417 +0.30%

1806 5,708 +0.88%

1821 5,391 −0.38%

1831 5,408 +0.03%

1836 5,887 +1.71%

1841 6,788 +2.89%

1846 5,941 −2.63%

1851 6,621 +2.19%

1856 7,281 +1.92%

1861 7,579 +0.81%

1866 7,614 +0.09%

Year Pop. ±% p.a.

1872 7,716 +0.22%

1876 9,206 +4.51%

1881 9,553 +0.74%

1886 9,733 +0.37%

1891 9,770 +0.08%

1896 10,083 +0.63%

1901 9,704 −0.76%

1906 10,163 +0.93%

1911 10,539 +0.73%

1921 10,471 −0.06%

1926 10,859 +0.73%

1931 11,562 +1.26%

Year Pop. ±% p.a.

1936 11,926 +0.62%

1946 11,825 −0.09%

1954 12,038 +0.22%

1962 13,678 +1.61%

1968 16,352 +3.02%

1975 18,173 +1.52%

1982 18,412 +0.19%

1990 17,614 −0.55%

1999 17,168 −0.28%

2006 16,370 −0.68%

2007 16,329 −0.25%

Source: INSEE,[1] Ehess[2]

Media[edit] Vesoul
Vesoul
is also the name of a song by Jacques Brel
Jacques Brel
from 1968, a fast paced waltz during the recording of which Brel famously yelled «Chauffe, Marcel, chauffe!» ("heat up, Marcel, heat up!") at his accordionist, Marcel Azzola. The town is also mentioned facetiously in the satirical rap Fous ta cagoule by Michael Youn.[3] Sport[edit]

Vesoul
Vesoul
Haute-Saône, football club Stade René Hologne Cercle de Judo de Vesoul, Judo club with a competitors section

Education[edit] Vesoul
Vesoul
has schools of higher education. The city has 1,200 students divided between an IUT, an IUFM, an Institute of Nursing Training, a School of Management and Commerce and BTS. A Council of Student Life (CVE), led by the Officer in charge of Higher Education, was established in 2011. It offers activities to stimulate student life. In all, Vesoul
Vesoul
has 10,000 students. All schools and studies in Vesoul

Kindergarten

Kindergarten Small Kindergarten Saint Exupery Kindergarten Montmarin II Kindergarten Bank Kindergarten Jean Morel Kindergarten the Grand Sleet Kindergarten Stadium Kindergarten Lafayette

Primary School

Elementary School South ERfKE Elementary School Pablo Picasso- Boulevard Elementary School Elementary school-Henri Matisse Elementary School Stadium Elementary School of Luxembourg Elementary School of Marteroy

Public College

College Jean-Leon Gerome College Jean-Macé College-Jacques Brel College René-Cassin

Private College

College Marteroy

General and Technical High School

The School Haberges Lycée Edouard Belin LEGTA Munier-Etienne

Vocational College

High School Pontarcher High School Luxembourg

Apprentice Training Centre

C.F.A. of Haute Saône

Studies senior

IUT (University Institute of Technology) IUFM (University Institute of Teacher Training) IFSM (Institute of Nursing Education) CGE (School of Management and Commerce)

Awards[edit]

Vesoul
Vesoul
inaugurated the first Cyber Base France
France
in 1999 Voted "most athletic city of France" in 2001 Labeled "Child Friendly City" by UNICEF in 2006. This label was renewed in 2009. Labeled "friendly and inclusive City" in 2010 Labeled "Cities and villages in bloom" and has 3 flowers Labeled "QualiTri Collection" in 2012 Vesoul
Vesoul
is the second city in France
France
to obtain ISO 14001 certification

See also[edit]

Communes of the Haute-Saône
Haute-Saône
department Sabot de Frotey National Nature Reserve

References[edit]

INSEE

^ Vesoul
Vesoul
on Insee's website ^ Ehess, communale notice of Vesoul ^ "Fous ta Cagoule" by Fatal Bazooka--English Translation

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Vesoul.

Official website (in French) Proxoo.com – Site about the city center (in French)

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Communes of the Haute-Saône
Haute-Saône
department

Abelcourt Aboncourt-Gesincourt Achey Adelans-et-le-Val-de-Bithaine Aillevans Aillevillers-et-Lyaumont Ailloncourt Ainvelle Aisey-et-Richecourt Alaincourt Amage Amance Ambiévillers Amblans-et-Velotte Amoncourt Amont-et-Effreney Anchenoncourt-et-Chazel Ancier Andelarre Andelarrot Andornay Angirey Anjeux Apremont Arbecey Arc-lès-Gray Argillières Aroz Arpenans Arsans Athesans-Étroitefontaine Attricourt Augicourt Aulx-lès-Cromary Autet Authoison Autoreille Autrey-lès-Cerre Autrey-lès-Gray Autrey-le-Vay Auvet-et-la-Chapelotte Auxon Avrigney-Virey Les Aynans Baignes Bard-lès-Pesmes Barges La Barre La Basse-Vaivre Bassigney Les Bâties Battrans Baudoncourt Baulay Bay Beaujeu-Saint-Vallier-Pierrejux-et-Quitteur Beaumotte-Aubertans Beaumotte-lès-Pin Belfahy Belmont Belonchamp Belverne Besnans Betaucourt Betoncourt-lès-Brotte Betoncourt-Saint-Pancras Betoncourt-sur-Mance Beulotte-Saint-Laurent Beveuge Blondefontaine Bonboillon Bonnevent-Velloreille Borey Bougey Bougnon Bouhans-et-Feurg Bouhans-lès-Lure Bouhans-lès-Montbozon Bouligney Boulot Boult Bourbévelle Bourguignon-lès-Conflans Bourguignon-lès-la-Charité Bourguignon-lès-Morey Boursières Bousseraucourt Bresilley Breuches Breuchotte Breurey-lès-Faverney Brevilliers Briaucourt Brotte-lès-Luxeuil Brotte-lès-Ray Broye-Aubigney-Montseugny Broye-les-Loups-et-Verfontaine Brussey La Bruyère Bucey-lès-Gy Bucey-lès-Traves Buffignécourt Bussières Buthiers Calmoutier Cemboing Cenans Cendrecourt Cerre-lès-Noroy Chagey Châlonvillars Chambornay-lès-Bellevaux Chambornay-lès-Pin Champagney Champey Champlitte Champtonnay Champvans Chancey Chantes La Chapelle-lès-Luxeuil La Chapelle-Saint-Quillain Charcenne Chargey-lès-Gray Chargey-lès-Port Chariez Charmes-Saint-Valbert Charmoille Chassey-lès-Montbozon Chassey-lès-Scey Châteney Châtenois Chaumercenne Chauvirey-le-Châtel Chauvirey-le-Vieil Chaux-la-Lotière Chaux-lès-Port Chavanne Chemilly Chenebier Chenevrey-et-Morogne Chevigney Choye Cintrey Cirey Citers Citey Clairegoutte Clans Cognières Coisevaux Colombe-lès-Vesoul Colombier Colombotte Combeaufontaine Comberjon Conflandey Conflans-sur-Lanterne Confracourt Contréglise Corbenay La Corbière Cordonnet Cornot Corravillers Corre La Côte Coulevon Courchaton Courcuire Courmont Courtesoult-et-Gatey Couthenans Cresancey La Creuse Crevans-et-la-Chapelle-lès-Granges Creveney Cromary Cubry-lès-Faverney Cugney Cult Cuve Dambenoît-lès-Colombe Dampierre-lès-Conflans Dampierre-sur-Linotte Dampierre-sur-Salon Dampvalley-lès-Colombe Dampvalley-Saint-Pancras Delain Demangevelle La Demie Denèvre Échavanne Échenans-sous-Mont-Vaudois Échenoz-la-Méline Échenoz-le-Sec Écromagny Écuelle Éhuns Équevilley Errevet Esboz-Brest Esmoulières Esmoulins Esprels Essertenne-et-Cecey Étobon Étrelles-et-la-Montbleuse Étuz Fahy-lès-Autrey Fallon Faucogney-et-la-Mer Faverney Faymont Fédry Ferrières-lès-Ray Ferrières-lès-Scey Les Fessey Filain Flagy Fleurey-lès-Faverney Fleurey-lès-Lavoncourt Fleurey-lès-Saint-Loup Fondremand Fontaine-lès-Luxeuil Fontenois-la-Ville Fontenois-lès-Montbozon Fouchécourt Fougerolles Fouvent-Saint-Andoche Frahier-et-Chatebier Framont Francalmont Franchevelle Francourt Frasne-le-Château Frédéric-Fontaine Fresne-Saint-Mamès Fresse Fretigney-et-Velloreille Froideconche Froideterre Frotey-lès-Lure Frotey-lès-Vesoul Genevreuille Genevrey Georfans Germigney Gevigney-et-Mercey Gézier-et-Fontenelay Girefontaine Gouhenans Gourgeon Grammont Grandecourt La Grande-Résie Grandvelle-et-le-Perrenot Granges-la-Ville Granges-le-Bourg Grattery Gray Gray-la-Ville Gy Haut-du-Them-Château-Lambert Hautevelle Héricourt Hugier Hurecourt Hyet Igny Jasney Jonvelle Jussey Lambrey Lantenot La Lanterne-et-les-Armonts Larians-et-Munans Larret Lavigney Lavoncourt Lieffrans Lieucourt Liévans Linexert Lœuilley Lomont Longevelle La Longine Loulans-Verchamp Lure Luxeuil-les-Bains Luze Lyoffans Magnivray Magnoncourt Le Magnoray Les Magny Magny-Danigon Magny-Jobert Magny-lès-Jussey Magny-Vernois Mailleroncourt-Charette Mailleroncourt-Saint-Pancras Mailley-et-Chazelot Maizières La Malachère Malans Malbouhans Malvillers Mandrevillars Mantoche Marast Marnay Maussans Mélecey Melin Melincourt Mélisey Membrey Menoux Mercey-sur-Saône Mersuay Meurcourt Mignavillers Moffans-et-Vacheresse Moimay Molay Mollans La Montagne Montagney Montarlot-lès-Rioz Montboillon Montbozon Montcey Montcourt Montdoré Montessaux Montigny-lès-Cherlieu Montigny-lès-Vesoul Montjustin-et-Velotte Mont-le-Vernois Montot Mont-Saint-Léger Montureux-et-Prantigny Montureux-lès-Baulay Motey-Besuche Motey-sur-Saône Nantilly Navenne Neurey-en-Vaux Neurey-lès-la-Demie Neuvelle-lès-Cromary Neuvelle-lès-la-Charité La Neuvelle-lès-Lure La Neuvelle-lès-Scey Noidans-le-Ferroux Noidans-lès-Vesoul Noiron Noroy-le-Bourg Oigney Oiselay-et-Grachaux Onay Oppenans Oricourt Ormenans Ormoiche Ormoy Ouge Ovanches Oyrières Palante Passavant-la-Rochère Pennesières Percey-le-Grand Perrouse Pesmes Pierrecourt Pin La Pisseure Plainemont Plancher-Bas Plancher-les-Mines Polaincourt-et-Clairefontaine Pomoy Pontcey Pont-du-Bois Pont-sur-l'Ognon Port-sur-Saône Poyans Preigney La Proiselière-et-Langle Provenchère Purgerot Pusey Pusy-et-Épenoux La Quarte Quenoche Quers Quincey Raddon-et-Chapendu Raincourt Ranzevelle Ray-sur-Saône Raze Recologne Recologne-lès-Rioz Renaucourt La Résie-Saint-Martin Rignovelle Rigny Rioz Roche-et-Raucourt La Rochelle La Roche-Morey Roche-sur-Linotte-et-Sorans-les-Cordiers La Romaine Ronchamp Rosey La Rosière Rosières-sur-Mance Roye Ruhans Rupt-sur-Saône Saint-Barthélemy Saint-Bresson Saint-Broing Sainte-Marie-en-Chanois Sainte-Marie-en-Chaux Sainte-Reine Saint-Ferjeux Saint-Gand Saint-Germain Saint-Loup-Nantouard Saint-Loup-sur-Semouse Saint-Marcel Saint-Remy Saint-Sauveur Saint-Sulpice Saint-Valbert Saponcourt Saulnot Saulx Sauvigney-lès-Gray Sauvigney-lès-Pesmes Savoyeux Scey-sur-Saône-et-Saint-Albin Scye Secenans Selles Semmadon Senargent-Mignafans Senoncourt Servance-Miellin Servigney Seveux Soing-Cubry-Charentenay Sorans-lès-Breurey Sornay Tartécourt Tavey Ternuay-Melay-et-Saint-Hilaire Theuley Thieffrans Thiénans Tincey-et-Pontrebeau Traitiéfontaine Traves Le Tremblois Trémoins Trésilley Tromarey Vadans Vaite La Vaivre Vaivre-et-Montoille Valay Le Val-de-Gouhenans Vallerois-le-Bois Vallerois-Lorioz Le Val-Saint-Éloi Vandelans Vanne Vantoux-et-Longevelle Varogne Vars Vauchoux Vauconcourt-Nervezain Vauvillers Vaux-le-Moncelot Velesmes-Échevanne Velet Vellechevreux-et-Courbenans Velleclaire Vellefaux Vellefrey-et-Vellefrange Vellefrie Velleguindry-et-Levrecey Velle-le-Châtel Velleminfroy Vellemoz Vellexon-Queutrey-et-Vaudey Velloreille-lès-Choye Velorcey Venère Venisey Vereux La Vergenne Verlans Vernois-sur-Mance La Vernotte Vesoul Villafans Villargent Villars-le-Pautel La Villedieu-en-Fontenette Villefrancon La Villeneuve-Bellenoye-et-la-Maize Villeparois Villers-Bouton Villers-Chemin-et-Mont-lès-Étrelles Villersexel Villers-la-Ville Villers-le-Sec Villers-lès-Luxeuil Villers-Pater Villers-sur-Port Villers-sur-Saulnot Villers-Vaudey Vilory Visoncourt Vitrey-sur-Mance La Voivre Volon Voray-sur-l'Ognon Vougécourt Vouhenans Vregille Vyans-le-Val Vy-le-Ferroux Vy-lès-Filain Vy-lès-Lure Vy-lès-Rupt

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Lyon
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Vesoul
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Mâcon
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Annecy
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Toulon
(Var) Avignon
Avignon
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La Roche-sur-Yon
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Poitiers
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Limoges
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Épinal
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Auxerre
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Bobigny
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Créteil
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Pontoise
(Val-d'Oise)

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Basse-Terre
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France
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Cayenne
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Mamoudzou
(Mayotte)

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