Carouge


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Carouge

(käro͞ozh`), city (1990 pop. 15,036), Geneva canton, SW Switzerland, on the Arve River. It is an industrial center. Carouge was chartered in 1786 by King Victor Amadeus III of Sardinia and was joined to Geneva canton in 1816.
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The address is Rue de Carouge. I think it must be one of those big new houses for artisans."
In the Rue de Carouge we were in the poorer quarters and approaching the outskirts of the town.
Sanofi, a France-based pharmaceutical company, has named Dominique Carouge as its new vice president in charge of business transformation activities, it was reported yesterday.
Georges Marie Martin (Cardenal) Cottier nacio el 25 de abril de 1922 en Carouge, una pequena ciudad de origen saboyardo en el canton de Ginebra, y fallecio el 31 de marzo de 2016 en la Ciudad del Vaticano.
A detail worthy of note is that the meat has been carefully selected by the Boucherie du Palais located in the heart of Carouge. To marry fine dining with great wines is never an easy task.
He chose Philippe Pascoet located on Carouge Street.
Heading out of the city centre and the bohemian streets of Carouge are a big attraction, whereas the Plainpalais Flea Market offers budget shopping on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
As a fashion designer, Zurich-based Christa de Carouge (Christa Furrer) has become synonymous with the Swiss fashion landscape.
Djourou joined the Arsenal academy from Swiss side Etoile Carouge in 2004, when he signed a first professional contract.
Aunque existen ya algunos trabajos sobre la dramaturgia de Jose Herrera Petere (1), en ellos apenas se trata sobre la relacion del escritor alcarreno con el Theatre de Carouge, uno de los grupos mas aclamados de la epoca en el panorama suizo y que, por cierto, sigue funcionando con regularidad en Ginebra.
the restaurant scene in Geneva is buzzing with exclusive eateries (usually found in hotels) and classic brasseries, which are popular in the Carouge and old town area.