St. Quentin

St. Quentin

 

a city in northeastern France, in the department of Aisne; situated on the Somme River and the St. Quentin Canal. Population, 66,000 (1968). St. Quentin has machine building, including the manufacture of machine tools, motor-vehicle parts, and motorcycles, and an electrical industry. Textiles, primarily cotton fabrics, are also produced. Synthetic fiber, embroidery, and lace are made in the environs of St. Quentin.

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Highlights & inclusions Visit to Giverny, with entry to Monet's House and Gardens Visit to Rouen Visit to Paris with included panoramic city tour Three nights' bed and buffet breakfast accommodation at the four-star Mercure Maurepas, St.
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