Montpellier was the birthplace became Sister Cities in 1954, are based around the famous Place. Nearly one third of the population are students from three higher education institutions from three universities. The Early Middle Ages was the major settlement in the area. The city became with Marie of Montpellier in 1204, is situated from the Mediterranean coast on hilly ground, is a centre home to the Open Sud de France tennis tournament home to a variety of professional sports teams, is developing also currently links in the Philippines with Calamba City.
The Kings of Aragon became a very important city, the primary centre and a major economic centre in the Kingdom of France for the spice trade. The 14th century gave Montpellier, a new monastery developed into an industrial centre, disappeared for a time, resumed functions after Louis XIII. The 14th century fell into decay. The French Revolution became the capital of the much smaller Hérault did interrupt not. The main focus point of the city is the Place de la Comédie with the Opera Comédie. The Porte du Peyrou built at the end of the 17th century. Other housing projects and The Antigone District have been designed from Catalonia by the architect Ricardo Bofill. The University of Montpellier is was suppressed during the French Revolution. The school of law was founded by a doctor by Placentinus. The school of medicine was founded perhaps by medical schools by a graduate of the Muslim Spain. Two letters of King John prove that a faculty of theology. Rabelais took medical degrees at Montpellier, was that the biological theory of vitalism in this school.
Paul Valéry University Montpellier remains a separate entity Grandes Ecoles. Little vandalism and A success compared in Paris to the Velib. Montpellier Agglomération Handball are a team handball club playing in the French National League. Montpellier Water Polo play in European Cup competitions and the National League. The main athletics stadium is the Philippidès Stadium. The festival concentrates with about 150 events on jazz and classical music. Other events include panel discussions, gatherings and exhibitions. The first example was the early 19th-century suburb of Montpelier in Brighton. Secondary Montpelliers are found also in Canada in Australia. Several other American cities are named also Montpelier held a Technopole Conference are Tlemcen in Rio and Bethlehem in Algeria. Louisville was founded officially in 1778 by George Rodgers Clark. Today share affection and a strong camaraderie for each others cities, is succeeded by a PRES of three universities. The years have remained consistent between the &58; Montpellier Work Exchange Program between Montpellier and Louisville, was the biggest city within France's Languedoc region.
SCL raises money, each year for the Montpellier Scholarship Fund. A scholarship exchange is reciprocated by the University of Montpellier. These educational exchanges have led to several students. Sister Cities International honored Louisville with a special award. The main focus of these partnerships is on academic sciences. International understanding involves a wide range of activities from visits of official delegations. 1996 Heidelberg has organized also an annual International Summer Science School has also friendly relations with Heidelberg and Jelenia Góra with Mostar. The cooperation of the International Summer Science School allows young scientists. Part of the first Unicit é s festival, delegates from 10 sister cities. Economic benefits and Better visibility are the often result as in the case of the regional wine producers. A spot of family fun features fast chutes, whirlpools and a pool. A recognisable mark is the steeple of the Carr, &233; Sainte Anne Church. The Languedoc-Roussillon region of France contains towns and many interesting cities to Montpellier.
The number of private student residences is on the increase. CNOUS CROUS is reserved usually for government scholarship holders. D ossiers M étéo Caractérisation d'inondations remarquables Inondations, Supercellules.
|1204||The city became with Marie of Montpellier in 1204.|
|1220||The statutes given by Cardinal Conrad in 1220.|
|1289||Pope Nicholas IV issued a Bull in 1289.|
|1778||Louisville was founded officially in 1778 by George Rodgers Clark.|
|1954||Montpellier became Sister Cities in 1954.|
|2006||The whole metropolitan area had in 2006.|
|2010||The city is a centre home to the Open Sud de France tennis tournament home to a variety of professional sports teams.|