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Picardie

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Gaelen Robinson

on 26 November 2012

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Picardie By Gaelen Robinson And Connor J. W. Perry Animals The Berger Picard is a medium sized, well muscled dog. It is usually longer than tall. The tail is long with a J-curve at the tip. The coat of this dog is harsh and crisp so it is firm and strong. The coat is 2-2.5 inches all over the body. Some common colors are grey, blue-grey, red-grey, grey-black, and light or dark fawn. Its ears are erect and this dog is a lovable little being. Geese Cats Rabbits Address: 30 Place Notre Dame, 80000 Amiens, France. Amiens Cathedral Architects: Crops Built in 1152 Destroyed by a fire in 1218 Rebuilding started in 1220 the nave was completed in 1245. The choir was completed before 1269, most of the building was finished in 1288. The south tower was completed in 1366, the north was completed in 1401. Suagarbeets - 37% of the nation's total is grown in the region. The Industry was started by Napoleon I in direct rivalry to England's control of sugar from annexed french island in the Caribbean. Ironically, in making the region rich through the 19th century, it ruined sugar forming forever in the Caribbean. Maybe bio fuels will be of some help to them. Food Specialties in Picardie Robert of Luzarches,
Thomas de Cormont, and
Ranuad de Cormont Some food specialties in Picardie are beers, beaten cake made with the special butter made in Picardie, macaroons which are made from cider, gross or soft, apples and tons of red fruits, soissons beans, pie, endives artichokes, cabbage, and onions. The Laon Cathedral Other Items of Interest Performing Arts in Picardie - Some places for performing arts in Picardie are: Maison de la Culture, L'Acte Theatral, Theatre de l'orage, and Le Theatre Inutile. Specific Featured Arts in Picardie: Dancing - Some place for dnacing in Picardie are: Lido Dancing, La Singerie, Le Bugatti, Gouvieux, Mephisto Pub, Thai Pan, and Le Millenium. Gymnastics in Picardie - ( 'What you want to know') Construction started in about 1160 and was completed in 1230, the cathedral was built on the site of an achient ballista that had burned down in 1111. The second half of the 13th century was put to work building side chapels, and in the early 14th century the north and south facades needed much recontruction. In the 18th century the cathedral was decorated, but some of it was destroyed during the Freanch Revaloution. In 1840 it was listed as a historiacal monument, and they started restoring it in 1846. Suprisingly the Laon Cathedral was not harmed in Worl War I. Creepy Laon Cathedral Chateau de Chantilly Construction started in about 1160 and was completed in 1230, the cathedral was built on the site of an achient ballista that had burned down in 1111. The second half of the 13th century was put to work building side chapels, and in the early 14th century the north and south facades needed much recontruction. In the 18th century the cathedral was decorated, but some of it was destroyed during the Freanch Revaloution. In 1840 it was listed as a historiacal monument, and they started restoring it in 1846. Suprisingly the Laon Cathedral was not harmed in Worl War I.
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