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Chambéry

(shäNbārē`), town (1990 pop. 55,603), capital of Savoie dept., E France, in the Alpine trough. It is a communications and commerce center as well as a railway and air transport hub. Manufactures include metals and construction materials. An archiepiscopal see from the 5th cent., it was the capital of Savoy from 1232 to 1562. Among its old edifices is a 16th-century cathedral.

Chambéry

 

a city in southeastern France, in the Savoy Alps. Capital of Savoie Department. Population, 88,000 (1975). Chambéry has machine-building, chemical, textile, food-processing, leather, wood-products, and glass industries.

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The two new winter-only flights from Manchester will operate every Saturday until April to Salzburg in Austria and Chambery in France.
Given how close it is to Mont Blanc, Chambery offers Yorkshire winter sports enthusiasts' easy access to some of the finest slopes and facilities the world has to offer.
The lowest fare for the Chambery route starts on Saturday December 19 at a cost of PS49.
Ms Gordon said she decided to stay in Chambery Airport, which serves as an national hub for many ski destinations, rather than travel to the nearby accommodation centre.
During the ski season the carrier expects to carry over 15,000 passengers to Chambery and Toulouse.
bmibaby flies to Toulouse, Chambery and Geneva from East Midlands Airport up to twice a week and also flies to Geneva from Birmingham up to twice a week.
Bmibaby flies from Birmingham Airport to Geneva and East Midlands Airport to Geneva, Toulouse and Chambery up to three times per week.
AMATEURS Chambery continued their amazing French Cup run this week, defeating Sochaux 2-1 to knock out a Ligue 1 side for the third match running and reach the quarter-finals.
Founded in 1907 by the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Chambery, Saint Mary's Hospital is a 347-bed Catholic teaching hospital located directly across the street from Croft Commons.
The hilltop town of L'Isle d'Abeau, 30 kilometres south-east of central Lyons, is the most privileged of the older settlements encompassed by the New Town which has been developed since the 1970s on either side of a 15-kilometre stretch of the motorway to Chambery and the Alps.