Saint-Dié-des-Vosges

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Capital of geography

Saint-Dié-des-Vosges is a city in the northeast of France, in Lorraine.

Demography[change | change source]

Now about 23,000 people live there.

Tourism[change | change source]

Surrounded by the Vosges mountains, it is a popular resort for tourists.

  • Cathedral
  • Museum Pierre-Noël

Events[change | change source]

The city is famous for the International Festival of Geography, which takes place every autumn.

Higher education[change | change source]

Institut universitaire de technologie

Electronics, computer science, graphic design and communication are studied at the University Institute of Technology.

In French it is called "IUT" (Institut universitaire de technologie).

People of Saint-Dié-des-Vosges[change | change source]

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