Team, Place & City Details

Frejus (cycling team)
Frejus (cycling team)

Frejus was an Italian professional cycling team that existed from 1935 to 1956. Its main sponsor was the Italian bicycle manufacturer Frejus.

Fréjus Zerbo

Fréjus Zerbo is a Burkinabé-born Ivorian professional basketball player who plays as a center for Pro A team JL Bourg.

Frejus Airport
Frejus Airport

Frejus Airport . is a former airport in France, located in FREJUS (Departement du Var, Provence-Alpes-CĂ´te d'Azur); 430 miles southeast of Paris.

Fréjus
Fréjus

Fréjus is a commune in the Var department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in southeastern France. It neighbours Saint-Raphaël, effectively forming one town.

Fréjus Road Tunnel
Fréjus Road Tunnel

The Fréjus Road Tunnel is a tunnel that connects France and Italy. It runs under Col du Fréjus in the Cottian Alps between Modane in France and Bardonecchia in Italy.

Fréjus Rail Tunnel

The Fréjus Rail Tunnel is a rail tunnel of 13.7 km (8.5 mi) length in the European Alps, carrying the Turin–Modane railway through Mont Cenis to an end-on connection with the Culoz–Modane railway and linking Bardonecchia in Italy to Modane in France. Its mean altitude is 1,123 m and it passes beneath the Pointe du Fréjus (2,932 m) and the Col du Fréjus (2,542 m).

Fréjus Tunnel

The Fréjus Tunnel may refer to one of two tunnels connecting Modane, France with Bardonecchia, Italy: the Fréjus Rail Tunnel, also known as the Mont Cenis Tunnel, completed in 1871. the Fréjus Road Tunnel, completed in 1980.

Turin–Modane railway
Turin–Modane railway

The Turin–Modane railway is the international rail connection from Turin, Italy to Modane, France. It passes through the Susa Valley and the Fréjus Rail Tunnel.

Fréjus Cathedral
Fréjus Cathedral

Fréjus Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church located in the town of Fréjus in the Var department of Provence, southeast France, and dedicated to Saint Leontius of Fréjus. The cathedral was the seat of the Bishop of Fréjus from the 5th century.

Saint-Michel-de-Maurienne derailment
Saint-Michel-de-Maurienne derailment

The Saint-Michel-de-Maurienne derailment of 12 December 1917 was a railway accident involving a troop train carrying at least 1,000 French soldiers on their way home for leave from the Italian Front in World War I. A derailment as the train descended the Maurienne valley rail line caused a catastrophic crash and subsequent fire in which more than 675 died. France's deadliest rail accident, it occurred on the Culoz–Modane railway line.