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Lunéville

(lünāvēl`), town (1990 pop. 22,393), Meurthe-et-Moselle dept., NE France, on the Meurthe River in Lorraine. It is known for its crockery. Railroad equipment, textiles, and wooden toys are also made. The 18th-century palace in Lunéville was the residence of Stanislaus I. The treaty signed there in 1801 between France and Austria confirmed and supplemented the terms of the treaty that had been signed at Campo FormioCampo Formio, Treaty of
, Oct., 1797, peace treaty between France and Austria, signed near Campo Formio, a village near Udine, NE Italy, then in Venetia. It marked the end of the early phases of the French Revolutionary Wars.
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The 30 Years' War and consequent epidemics, famine, and destruction, compounded by a fire in 1638 that burned Luneville to the ground, contributed to the loss of much of La Tour's legacy, as many as 400 works.
Ferdinand's Austrian alliance precipitated the invasion of Tuscany by Napoleon which resulted in the Treaty of Luneville in 1801.
Poco tiempo despues, la familia se traslado a la Lorena, donde el duque Leopoldo habia hecho del palacio de Luneville un pequeno Versailles.
THIS is a French asparagus dish from the Luneville Factory of Keller & Guerin.
The duke had the chateau of Luneville built to designs by Germain Boffrand and the table at Petworth may possibly have been connected with that undertaking, although the porphyry top looks like a later replacement.
He had managed to track us down and was going to be passing through Luneville with the 70th.
Which meant that Napoleon had to go back and lead an army of 50,000 from Switzerland across the Alps through the Saint Bernard Pass (where the artist David immortalized him on fiery horseback rather than on the sensible mule he was actually riding) to defeat the much greater Austrian army at Marengo, leading to the peace treaty at Luneville in 1801, which shut the Austrians out of northwestern Italy and established the Rhine as France's eastern border.
These three volumes cover the period from October 1744 to October 1747, when Devaux set out from Luneville for Paris, where he was to spend nearly five months sharing the accommodation of his friend, during which time of course the two were able to engage in face-to-face dialogue.
En 1834 viaja con los hijos del rey Mihail Sturdza a Luneville, Francia y luego a Berlin donde realizan estudios mas profundos.
The process began when the German territories on the west bank of the Rhine were annexed to France in 1801 under the Treaty of Luneville, which the Hapsburg Emperor, Francis II, had no choice but to accept after the French victories at Marengo and Hohenlinden the previous year.
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