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Tarbes is a commune, the capital of Bigorre

Tarbes
Country Name:France
Country Code:FR
Administrative Division:Occitanie
Feature Name:City
Population:52,106
Location:43.23333, 0.08333

Tarbes obtained fourth flower under the Competition of floral cities in 2002, departed from Tarbes from Tarbes, finished in Tarbes, worked for music labels and various artists, dedicated to polyphonic singing. 116056 inhabitants are called the Tarbais and Tarbaises is. 35th Parachute Artillery Regiment and The 1st Parachute Hussar Regiment are stationed in Tarbes. The Pyrenees mountains lying between Spain and France along the border. The lowest temperature was recorded with a temperature in 1985 01.

The bottom of the valley was dominated by a sandy emergence. The end of the 12th century saw still, a legacy of the benefactor Félicitée Duvignau. Two noble houses were founded outside the walls in the 13th century. The Wars of Religion burned the cathedral, other churches and the convents as the bishopric. The 18th century announced a growth of the population enrich the public spaces of Tarbes. World War I intensified production of artillery in the back country. Today has become also the main activities and a university city. The Bastillac University Park is dedicated to technological research. The Ecoparck of Bordères-sur-Echez is the subject of complementary projects, energy production, the cold-intensive businesses. The town centre addressing the arrival and a rather affluent clientele. This airport is served by HOP, offers also seasonal charter flights. Ryanair serves Milan Bergamo and London-Stansted with two. The Gare offers direct connections with Bordeaux with Paris. The TGV makes several times per the junction per day, allows also in three hours connection to Bordeaux.

The municipality of Tarbes was rewarded with the label. The municipal history of Tarbes was marked by several waves. This election prevailed in the first round, was reelected with 54.8 % in 1983. Raymond Erracarret was elected mayor by the municipal council. The mayor of Tarbes was the presidenct until the 2014 municipal elections. The initiative of the prefect Jean Dussourd encouraged by Academy Inspector by Mr. Joël-René Dupont. The city has a also medical centre spread, many fountains over three sites. The Ormeau Polyclinic is the second centre of health in Tarbes. Every year are organised the Pyreneean Days of Gynecology offers all kinds of activities. The census table was retained for subsequent legal populations. The urban centre has 95029 inhabitants includes the more urbanised communes. The courthouse and The city hall adjoin the Rue Maréchal-Foch. The La Sède quarter was housed in rebuilt in the old Episcopal Palace, are visible the family home of Marshal Foch. The Council General of Hautes-Pyrénées has also several buildings.

The departmental archives are housed from 1936 in a remarkable building. Place Verdun and The Place Marcadieu reproduce the same pattern. Félicitée Duvignau initiated this peculiarity by bequest in Place Marcadieu. The monumental fountain of the Quatre-Vallées combining sculpture and cast iron. The Montaut fountain is set at the centre of this public space. The ensemble was complemented further by the construction of a nearby square, is located in martial walkways in the axis of the Leclerc. The Place has fountains of a much more contemporary appearance. The fountain is located a landscaping of greenery in an open-air shopping area at 43 Rue Maréchal-Foch. The buildings were built with mostly local materials, has riding stables and school, boxes. Reffye establishes in Tarbes in the old store of tobacco, was used until 2006 for military armament production, is an old military barracks. The old tobacco store houses the Massey Museum reserves and the Municipal Archives. The industrial architecture of the place took place with Jean-Baptiste Verchère in 1871.

The factory buildings decorated abundantly with glazed bricks. The high altar has a Baroque marble canopy, the implementation see still the ceiling is a work of Jean Brunello. The Saint-Jean-Baptiste Church known commonly as St. John's Church. The Middle Ages played a major role in the States and the city. The church houses many Baroque chapels and a remarkable organ. Languedoc is the Place Marcadieu and the opposite market halls began in the 13th century with the establishment of the Carmelites. The Church of Saint-Antoine was constructed in 1896 near the site of the Arsenal. The Serbian Orthodox Church of Notre-Dame Source is decorated with beautiful murals. The current Théophile Gautier led once by the Doctrinaires, was directed during the Baroque period by the Bigorre sculptor, born in 1811 in Tarbes. The Jeanne d'Arc institution includes a chapel with decor of Art Deco inspiration. Other fine examples of Bigorre houses are visible on the Rue. The centre of the Bel Air Park sits the old Château Delong. The Laubadère quarter includes five islets, a central island and the five continents. The leafy Leclerc paths are gathered various monuments. The city of Tarbes is the city with the last independent record store of the south-west to the delight of audiophiles. The group of La Dépêche du Midi has a local daily edition as a comparable second edition. The Group publishes the weekly La semaine des Pyrénées. A version of the weekly Le Petit Journal is also available in the department. Some national radio stations have still studios as NRJ and Fun Radio in the city. Several web portals of local influence are based as Bigorre.org in Tarbes. Bigorre nurtures jealously this gem from Latin America, requires soil. This exceptional bean received the Label Rouge in 1997. Existence was established de Compostela through the pilgrims of St Jacques. These traditions promote the optimal use of the natural environment. The food market is held every morning at the Brauhauban. The flower market takes place at the Place du Foirail on Thursday morning.

The flea market is held also under the Marcadieu on Thursday morning. The stage winner was Pierrick Fédrigo with Rinaldo Nocentini. Tournament is a major international tennis competition, an unofficial world championship for 12. The tournament has been won by then-future global stars. Bernard Lapasset born in Tarbes, had held previously the Chair of the IRB at the time. Véronique Poivre-d'Arvor French writer born in Tarbes. Ferdinand Foch Marshal of France including Poland and Great Britain. The group was born in Tarbes in the Lycée Marie Curie. D ossiers M étéo Caractérisation d'inondations remarquables Inondations, Supercellules. Antoine Brauhauban sans héritier, chef d'escadron. La halle réalisée à l' époque était un chef-d'oeuvre technologie a fait, preuves.

YearTarbes
1790Tarbes has been a commune since 1790.
1811The current Théophile Gautier born in 1811 in Tarbes.
1846Artist painter born in Tarbes in 1846.
1851Marshal Foch was born in 1851 in Tarbes.
1860Jules Laforgue born in Uruguay in Montevideo.
1870The Carmelite chapel was founded in 1870.
1871The industrial architecture of the place took place with Jean-Baptiste Verchère in 1871.
1883Artist born in Tarbes in 1945.
1896The Church of Saint-Antoine was constructed in 1896 near the site of the Arsenal.
1936The departmental archives are housed from 1936 in a remarkable building.
1940Filmmaker born in 1940 in Tarbes.
1942Edmond Baraffe born for Lille in 1942.
1945Artist born in Tarbes in 1945.
1957Philippe Dintrans born for Stadoceste Tarbais in 1957.
1960William Ayache born in 1960.
1962Jean-Luc Sassus born in 1962.
1967Aubin Hueber born with Tarbes in 1967.
1969Frank Adisson born in Atlanta in 1969.
1983This election was reelected with 54.8 % in 1983.
1984Adrien Théaux born in 1984.
1985Lionel Beauxis born in 2006 in 1985.
1987Wenceslas Lauret born in 1987.
1989The new councillor regained chair with 54.1 % in 1989.
1997This exceptional bean received the Label Rouge in 1997.
2002Tarbes obtained fourth flower under the Competition of floral cities in 2002.
2006Lionel Beauxis born in 2006 in 1985.
2010A cinema opened doors in a former GIAT in 2010.

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