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- Le Locle (German: Luggli) is a muni****lity in the Canton of Neuchâtel in Switzerland. It is situated in the Jura Mountains, a few kilometers from the...
- pronunciation: ​[ti'so]) is a Swiss luxury watchmaker. The company was founded in Le Locle, Switzerland by Charles-Félicien Tissot and his son, Charles-Émile Tissot...
- Camille du Locle (16 July 1832 – 9 October 1903) was a French theatre manager and a librettist. He was born in Orange, France. From 1862 he served as...
- Le Locle Le Chalet railway station (French: Gare de Le Locle Le Chalet), also known as Le Chalet NE, is a railway station in the muni****lity of Le Locle...
- Le Locle railway station (French: Gare du Le Locle) is a railway station in the muni****lity of Le Locle, in the Swiss canton of Neuchâtel. It is located...
- Ariste Calame founded a workshop for the production of special watches in Le Locle, Switzerland. The original name of the company was Ariste Calame and would...
- Swiss watchmaker, Le Locle, pocket watch, tourbillon. Jules Jürgensen (1745–1811), Danish watchmaker and manufacturer, Le Locle, pocket watch, longcase...
- first-ever chronographic wris****ch in 1917. Started and briefly based in Le Locle, co-founder Ulysse Perret would relocate Universal to Geneva in 1919, solidifying...
- The Musée des beaux-arts du Locle (MBAL – Museum of Fine Arts Le Locle), located in the canton of Neuchâtel in the Switzerland, organizes temporary exhibitions...
- has several cities at very high altitudes, such as La Chaux-de-Fonds, Le Locle and Sainte-Croix (renowned for its musical boxes); however, it generally...