Coordinates: 46°42′03″N 5°57′00″E / 46.7008°N 5.95°E / 46.7008; 5.95

Syam is a commune in the Jura department in the Franche-Comté region in eastern France.

The village is known for the Château de Syam, a large French Empire villa designed by Champennois L'Aîné in 1818.

Read more about Syam:  Demographics, See Also

Other articles related to "syam":

National Film Award For Best Feature Film In Manipuri
... Ibohal Sharma Aribam Syam Sharma For its charm, simplicity and freshness of approach 1984 Sanakeithel Th ... in the context of a social tragedy 1991 Ishanou Aribam Syam Sharma Aribam Syam Sharma For effectively portraying the tragedy behind the institution of Meibi which unfortunately shatters a family ... over the medium 1995 Sanabi NFDC Aribam Syam Sharma For its apt and poetic handling of the conflict between the traditional and modern values, knitted around a ...
Château De Syam
... The Château de Syam, located in the village of Syam in the French department of Jura was built in 1818 by Emmanuel Jobez regional industrialist and owner of the Forges de Syam, a forge and sheet metal works ...
Forges De Syam - History of The Site - Nineteenth Century - Social and Domestic Life
1825, Emmanuel Jobez developed the project of building a Palladian villa, the Château de Syam to replace the old house beside the original forge ... He applied it at Syam by creating a cité ouvrière (compare Saltaire), adjoining the factory, encouraging the setting up of a school and a dispensary ... who had married the son of Sadi-Carnot in 1910, would often stay at Syam ...
... inscription at the Khmer temple complex of Angkor Wat in Cambodia, which refers to syam, or "dark brown" people ... believed that Siam derived from the Sanskrit word syam, or brown race, with a contemptuous signification ... Company merchantman bearing a letter from King James I, arrived in "the Road of Syam" ...