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Épinal ; (German: Spinal) is a commune in northeastern France and the capital (prefecture) of the Vosges department. Inhabitants are known as Spinaliens.
Épinal prints were prints on popular subjects rendered in bright sharp colours, sold in France in the 19th century. They owe their name to the fact that the first publisher of such images — Jean-Charles Pellerin — having been born in Épinal, named the printing house he founded in 1796, Imagerie d'Épinal.
Épinal – Mirecourt Airport or Aéroport d'Épinal - Mirecourt is an airport located in Juvaincourt, 31 km (19 mi) northwest of Épinal and 6 km (3.7 mi) northwest of Mirecourt, in the Vosges département of the Grand Est région of France. Originally built in 1953 as a NATO over-spill base, the air base never had permanent units assigned, but was used regularly for exercises and training.
Epinal American Cemetery and Memorial is a United States military cemetery in Dinozé, France. The 48.6 acres site rests on a plateau 100 feet (30 m) above the Moselle River in the foothills of the Vosges Mountains.
The Epinal was Loughborough University's first independent student newspaper. It was founded in August 2012 and was run by and for students of the university.
The Épinal International Piano Competition is a biannual piano competition held in Épinal, France. Founded in 1970, it is a member of the WFIMC since 1979.
The Épinal-Erfurt glossary is a glossary of terms. It consists of two manuscripts , and contains terms in Old English.
The railway from Épinal-Bussang is a French 56 km long railway that runs between the cities of Épinal and Remiremont.
The Cessna Skymaster is an American twin-engine civil utility aircraft built in a push-pull configuration. Its engines are mounted in the nose and rear of its pod-style fuselage.
Reims or Rheims is a city of the Champagne-Ardenne région of northern France. Reims may refer to: 12280 Reims, a main-belt asteroid Reims Aviation, a French aircraft manufacturer Stade Reims, a French football team REIMS, Rapid evaporative ionization mass spectrometry, an ionization technique in mass spectrometry REIMS, Remuneration of International Mails, an international postal charging system Reims-Gueux, a motor racing road course near the city.
The Regional Input–Output Modeling System is a regional economic model developed and maintained by the US Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). Regional input–output multipliers such as the RIMS II multipliers allow estimates of how a one-time or sustained increase in economic activity in a particular region will impact other industries located in the region—i.e., estimating local shocks on gross output, value added, earnings, and employment.
Riems is an island in the southwestern part of the Bay of Greifswald, a broad, shallow embayment of the Baltic Sea between the German mainland and the island of Rügen. Riems belongs administratively to the urban district of Greifswald, but is an exclave.
The Reims Manège and Circus were built in 1865 and 1867 respectively over designs by architect Narcisse Brunette, in Reims, France. The circus was one of many circuses built in France following "the model that Hittorff perfected in Paris."Both buildings are monuments historiques of France.