Languedoc

Languedoc (/ˌlɒŋɡəˈdɒk/ ; ; Occitan: Lengadòc ) is a former province of France, now continued in the modern-day régions of Languedoc-Roussillon and Midi-Pyrénées in the south of France, and whose capital city was Toulouse, now in Midi-Pyrénées. It had an area of approximately 42,700 km² (16,490 sq. miles).

Read more about LanguedocGeographical Extent, Area and Location of Languedoc, Old Administrative Structures and The Question of The Capital City of Languedoc, Modern Administrative Divisions, Population and Cities, History, Sports, Property

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MV Languedoc - SC-7
... The Languedoc was an early loss ... In fact only the Languedoc and the SS Scoresby were hit, by a single torpedo each, and both were sunk ... The damaged Languedoc was assessed and decided to be beyond salvage ...
Terrasses Du Larzac
... Terrasses du Larzac is an Appellation d’origine contrôlée (AOC) within the Côteaux du Languedoc in Southern France ( French Occitania ) created in 2005 for red ... cited by Jancis Robinson as, "one of the more exciting of the named crus within the Côteaux du Languedoc appellation including parts of St-Guiraud, Jonquières, and ... Mas Jullien (1985) and site of the renaissance in Languedoc wine ...
Mas De Daumas Gassac
... Mas de Daumas Gassac is a French wine producer from the wine region Languedoc, classified as Vin de Pays de l'Hérault due to its use of grape varieties outside ... the French gastronomic guide GaultMillau as the "Lafite Rothschild of the Languedoc-Roussillon", it is frequently referred to as the Grand cru of the Languedoc ...
Languedoc - Property
... Property in the Languedoc is quite varied and ranges from beautiful newly built villas with swimming pools and tennis courts, to rambling old village houses set into the old ramparts of ancient fortified ... Being a large area, the type of property available in Languedoc varies a lot, from apartments in beach resorts such as Cap D'Agde to isolated bastides in the rural interior ...
Terret Gris - Wine Regions
... Terret gris is most widely planted in the Languedoc region ... In the late 1980s, when the variety was at its peak usage, there were over 12,300 acres (5,000 hectares) planted in the region (some plantings were likely Terret blanc which is often counted together in official statistics) ...