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Limoges
Limoges Li*moges" (l[-e]*m[=o]zh"), n. A city of Southern France. Limoges enamel, a kind of enamel ware in which the enamel is applied to the whole surface of a metal plaque, vase, or the like, and painted in enamel colors. The art was brought to a high degree of perfection in Limoges in the 16th century. Limoges ware. (a) Articles decorated with Limoges enamel. (b) Articles of porcelain, etc., manufactured at Limoges.

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- west-central France. Limoges is known for its medieval and Renaissance enamels (Limoges enamels) on copper, for its 19th-century porcelain (Limoges porcelain) and...
- Limoges Cercle Saint-Pierre, commonly referred to as Limoges CSP or CSP, is a French professional basketball club based in the city of Limoges. The club...
- Limoges porcelain is hard-paste porcelain produced by factories in and around the city of Limoges, France beginning in the late 18th century, but does...
- LimogesBellegarde Airport (French: Aéroport de Limoges – Bellegarde, IATA: LIG, ICAO: LFBL) is an airport located 6 kilometres (4 mi) west-northwest...
- Limoges Cathedral (French: Cathédrale Saint-Étienne de Limoges) is a Roman Catholic church located in Limoges, France. It is a national monument and the...
- through Limoges. Limoges is home to Calypso Park, Canada’s largest theme waterpark, Oasis Mini Golf, and Kittawa, a po****r camping site. Limoges now has...
- St Valerie of Limoges (also Valeria of Limoges) is a legendary Christian martyr and cephalop****, ****ociated with the Roman period, whose cult was very...
- Limoges enamel has been produced at Limoges, in south-western France, over several centuries up to the present. There are two periods when it was of European...
- of Charles the Bald, who became viscount (vicomte) of Limoges in 876. His descendants—Limoges, Rochechouart, Mortemart and de Brosse—ruled over the area...
- goes through La Souterraine, Limoges and Brive-la-Gaillarde. Another important way, the European route E603 connects Limoges to Angoulême and Saintes. It...
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