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USL Dunkerque
Dunkerque USL Dunkerque (French: Union Sportive du Littoral de Dunkerque) is a French football club based in the commune of Dunkirk. They currently play in the Championnat
Feb 15th 2017



Dunkerque Handball Grand Littoral
Dunkerque-Handball-Grand-LittoralDunkerque Handball Grand Littoral is a handball club from Dunkerque, France. Currently, US Dunkerque HB competes in the French First League of Handball
Nov 23rd 2014



Calais–Dunkerque Airport
CalaisDunkerque-AirportDunkerque Airport (French: Aeroport de Calais - Dunkerque) (IATA: CQFICAO: LFAC) is an airport located in Marck, 7 km (4 mi) east-northeast of
Mar 5th 2017



Dunkerque-class battleship
The Dunkerque-class battleship was a type of warship constructed for the French Navy in the 1930s. The Dunkerques were designed to counter the German Deutschland-class
Mar 16th 2017



French battleship Dunkerque
November; repairs lasted until 27 February 1939. After emerging from drydock, Dunkerque was assigned to the Force de Raid, a fast task force created in
Feb 26th 2017



Canal Dunkerque-Escaut
The-Canal-Dunkerque The Canal Dunkerque-Escaut is a 189 km series of large canals from Dunkerque to Mortagne-du-Nord. The route is also known as the liaison, La Liaison au
Nov 12th 2016



Fighting France: From Dunkerque to Belfort
France Fighting France: From Dunkerque to Belfort is a collection of magazine articles by the American writer Edith Wharton on her time in France during the First
Apr 5th 2017



2015 Four Days of Dunkirk
The 2015 Four Days of Dunkirk (French: Quatre Jours de Dunkerque 2015) was the 61st edition of the Four Days of Dunkirk cycling stage race. It started
Jan 11th 2017



Four Days of Dunkirk
The Four Days of Dunkirk (French: Quatre Jours de Dunkerque) is road bicycle race around the Nord-Pas de Calais region of northern France. Despite the
May 14th 2017



Coudekerque-Branche–Fontinettes railway
Coudekerque The Coudekerque-BrancheFontinettes railway runs along the English Channel and North Sea coast of France from a junction near Gare de Coudekerque-Branche
May 26th 2016



Dunkirk
Dunkirk (/ˈdʌnkɜːrk/; French: Dunkerque, pronounced: [dœ̃kɛʁk]; Dutch: Duinkerke(n), pronounced [ˈdœynkɛrkə(n)]) is a commune in the Nord department in
May 15th 2017



French battleship Strasbourg
Strasbourg was the second and last battleship of the Dunkerque class built for the French Navy before World War II. She was slightly more heavily armoured
May 5th 2017



Alexis Araujo
Alexis Araujo (born 7 December 1996) is a French-born Portuguese footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for USL Dunkerque on loan from Lille.
Apr 1st 2017



TER Nord-Pas-de-Calais
TER-Nord TER Nord-Pas-de-Calais the regional rail network serving Nord-Pas-de-Calais region, France. Lille - Calais - Boulogne-sur-Mer (TER grande vitesse) Lille
Dec 5th 2016



Dunkirk lighthouse
Dunkirk lighthouse (phare de Dunkerque or phare de Risban) is an automated first order (i.e. 60 km beam or further) port lighthouse, the highest of this
Apr 13th 2017



MV Saint Germain (1951)
On 6 September 1953, she collided with St. Jean whilst on a voyage from Dunkerque to Dover, but was able to complete the voyage. In 1958, she spent five
Nov 7th 2016



Hervé Gorce
Herve-GorceHerve Gorce (3 December 1952 – 14 August 2008) was a professional football defender who played for USL Dunkerque and Stade Lavallois. He was also a Ligue
Apr 1st 2017



Grande-Synthe
on the west. In 1980, a large part of Petite-Synthe was detached from Dunkerque and included in Grande-Synthe. Grande-Synthe is twinned with:
May 12th 2017



Michel Delebarre
Michel Delebarre (born 27 April 1946) is a member of the Senate of France. He represents the Nord department, and is a member of the Socialiste, radical
May 20th 2017



Nicolas Huysman
Nicolas Huysman (born 9 February 1968) is a French former professional footballer who played as an attacking midfielder. He is currently the manager of
Nov 4th 2016



Canal de Bourbourg
of the Dunkerque Canal Dunkerque-Escaut. In the village of Brouckerque, coming from Dunkerque, the canal can either turn right on its path to the Aa at Bourbourg
Jul 25th 2014



MS Dover Seaways
Dover-SeawaysDover Seaways is a Ro-Ro Passenger ferry owned by DFDS Seaways and operated between Dover and Dunkerque. The ship was built for Norfolkline and was operated
May 22nd 2017



Michel Goba
Michel Goba (born 8 August-1961August 1961) is an Ivorian retired footballer. A striker, his career developed from playing with Ligue 2 clubs, including Brest, Dunkerque
May 19th 2017



Ateliers et Chantiers de France
The-AteliersThe Ateliers et Chantiers de France (ACF, Workshops and Shipyards of France) was a major shipyard that was established in Dunkirk, France in 1898. The
Oct 16th 2016



MV Transcontainer I
Transcontainer I was a 2,289 GRT ship which was built in 1968 for SNCF as a combined RO-RO ferry and container ship. She was converted to a train ferry
Aug 5th 2016



Zegerscappel
Zegerscappel (from Dutch; Zegerskappel in modern Dutch spelling) is a commune in the Nord department in northern France. It is 15 km (9.3 mi) south of
May 17th 2017



Nieuwpoort-Dunkirk Canal
Nieuwpoort The Nieuwpoort-Dunkirk Canal (Nieuwpoort Dutch Kanaal Nieuwpoort-Duinkerke, French Canal Nieuport-Dunkerque) is a canal which links the Belgian coastal town of Nieuwpoort
Apr 27th 2017



Petite-Synthe
and Rosendael. In 1980, a large part of Petite-Synthe was detached from Dunkerque and merged into Grande-Synthe. Coordinates: 51°1′10″N 2°20′48″E /
Mar 5th 2017



Ludovic Pollet
Pollet Ludovic Pollet (born June 18, 1970 in Vieux-Conde) is a French former footballer, currently working as a coach at USL Dunkerque. Pollet began his career
Sep 28th 2016



2000 European Junior Swimming Championships
The 2000 European Junior Swimming Championships were held from July 27 to July 30, 2000 in Dunkerque, France.
Apr 11th 2016



Jean Sérafin
Jean Serafin (born June 24, 1941) is a French former footballer and coach. He played for US Valenciennes and USL Dunkerque. After his playing career, he
Apr 20th 2017



Duchesse Anne
Duchesse Anne (formerly called GroSsherzogin Elisabeth) is the last remaining full-rigged ship under French flag. She was built in 1901 with a steel hull
Jun 28th 2016



Europorte Channel
traffic through Europorte 2 subsidiary; the company was to operate trains from Dunkerque to the Delta 3 logistics terminal at Dourges, and collaborate on container
Dec 2nd 2016



Hamady Tamboura
Tamboura Hamady Tamboura (born 23 June 1989) is a French professional footballer who plays for Dunkerque. Tamboura previously played for Angers, where he made five
Nov 4th 2016



Robert Malm
Robert Malm (born 21 August 1973 in Dunkerque) is a former French-born Togolese football striker. In January 2008, signed for Nimes Olympique, formerly
Nov 26th 2016



2012–13 LNB Pro A season
The 2012–13 LNB Pro A season was the 91st season of the Basketball-Championship">French Basketball Championship and the 26th season since inception of the Ligue Nationale de Basketball
Feb 26th 2017



Route nationale 28
The Route nationale 28 is a trunk road in Normandy and Picardy in northwest France. It connects the city of Rouen to the port of Dunkerque. Most of the
Mar 16th 2013



European route E42
E42 Route information Length: 680 km (420 mi) Major junctions From: Dunkerque (France) To: Aschaffenburg (Germany) Location Countries: France, Belgium
Apr 3rd 2017



Fédération Française de Basket-Ball
The Federation Francaise de Basket-Ball (FFBB) (English: French Federation of Basketball ) is the governing body of basketball in France. It was founded
Dec 29th 2015



2011–12 EHF Cup
The 2011–12 EHF Cup was the 31st edition of the EHF Cup. Frisch Auf Goppingen, who were the defending champions, won the title for the second consecutive
Apr 29th 2017



MV Al Samy 4
The MV Al Salmy 4 is a former train ferry, converted to RO-RO/Passenger ferry, owned by SAMC. Built in 1974 as the Chartres for SNCF. Chartered by the
Feb 14th 2017



Oise (river)
The Oise (French pronunciation: ​[waz]) is a river of Belgium and France, flowing for 341 kilometres (212 mi) from its source in the Belgian province of
Dec 26th 2016



2016 Four Days of Dunkirk
The 2016 Four Days of Dunkirk (French: Quatre Jours de Dunkerque 2016) is the 62nd edition of the Four Days of Dunkirk cycling stage race. It starts on
May 11th 2016



A25 autoroute
The-A25The A25 is a 62.2 kilometres (38.6 mi) long motorway in northern France. It is also part of European Route E42. The road connects (with the N225) the
Jul 12th 2014



Nieppe
Nieppe (Dutch: Niepkerke) is a commune in the Nord department in northern France. It is in the Lys Plain and a portion of it is in the Lys Valley (Leiedal
May 15th 2017



Jaleleddine Touati
Jaleleddine Touati (born 12 July 1982) is a Tunisian handball player, playing for Dunkerque. He competed for the Tunisian national team at the 2012 Summer
Apr 17th 2017



330mm/50 Modèle 1931 gun
The 330mm/50 Modele 1931 gun was a heavy naval gun of the French Navy. The built-up gun was carried by the Dunkerque-class fast battleships, in quadruple
Jan 3rd 2016



MS Nord Pas-de-Calais
Nord-Pas">MS Nord Pas-de-Calais is a freight ferry owned and operated by Eurotunnel. She was built in 1987 by Chantiers du Nord et de la Mediterranee, Dunkirk (Yard
Jan 28th 2017



Stade des Flandres
Stade des Flandres or (Salle Dewerdt) is an indoor sporting arena located in Dunkerque, France. The capacity of the arena is 2,500 people. It is currently
Mar 26th 2013



2009–10 EHF Cup
The 2090–10 EHF Cup season, TBV Lemgo won the Europe's club handball tournament. * Dunkerque HBGL vs GOG Svendborg TGI was cancelled. http://europeancup
Jul 3rd 2016





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