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Epaviste Tours 37 – Enlevement Epave

Epaviste Tours 37 - Enlevement Epave vous libère de votre epave gratuitement et rapidement

Epaviste Tours 37 - Enlevement Epave

3 Rue Charles Garnier
Tours Indre et Loire 37000


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Epaviste Tours 37 - Enlevement Epave emporte votre epave gratuitement, deplacement compris. Nous restons disponibles 7 jours / 7 pour le depot en casse de toutes categories de VHU (auto, motos, utilitaires...). Obtenez un rendez-vous sans delai et liberez vous de vos vehicules hors d'usage selon la reglementation en vigueur.

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About Tours

Tours ( TOOR, French: [tuʁ] ) is the largest city in the region of Centre-Val de Loire, France. It is the prefecture of the department of Indre-et-Loire. The commune of Tours had 136,463 inhabitants as of 2018 while the population of the whole metropolitan area was 516,973.Tours sits on the lower reaches of the Loire, between Orléans and the Atlantic coast. Formerly named Caesarodunum by its founder, Roman Emperor Augustus, it possesses one of the largest amphitheaters of the Roman Empire, the Tours Amphitheatre. Known for the Battle of Tours in 732 AD, it is a National Sanctuary with connections to the Merovingians and the Carolingians, with the Capetians making the kingdom's currency the Livre tournois. Saint Martin and Gregory of Tours were from Tours. Tours was once part of Touraine, a former province of France. Tours was the first city of the silk industry. It was wanted by Louis XI, royal capital under the Valois Kings with its Loire castles and city of art with the School of Tours. The prefecture was partially destroyed during the French Wars of Religion in the late 16th century and again during the Second World War in June 1940.

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