Rodez


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Rodez

(rôdĕz`), city (1993 pop. 26,794), capital of Aveyron dept., S France. It is a farm trade center; gloves and plastics are made. An episcopal see since the 4th cent., it was the historic capital of RouergueRouergue
, region of S France, in the S Massif Central, coextensive with the present Aveyron dept. Rodez, the historic capital, and Millau are the chief towns. One of the most mountainous areas of France, it is traversed by the Aveyron, Tarn, and other rivers, which form many
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. An impressive northern Gothic cathedral (13th–16th cent.) is there.
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In the morning competition, Pentyrch beat Castres 10-0, Espanyol 25-0 and Rodez 5-0, but lost 5-0 to Montpellier in a closely fought contest.
Prices will start at UKpounds 29.99, except for flights to Rodez which will be UKpounds 39.99 and Palermo UKpounds 59.99.