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Cogis Networks wants to establish itself in Normandy

Cogis Networks wants to establish itself in Normandy

4 - 18/12/2019
Specializing in software solutions dedicated to physical and telephone reception, Cogis Networks promotes six high-performance software solutions. The management expressed its wish to establish itself in Normandy during the Orange Business Tour of Caen. With 17,000 references installed in all areas of activity (industry, service...
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Ornavik Historic Park awaits its longship in 2020

Ornavik Historic Park awaits its longship in 2020

4 - 16/12/2019
After a very successful 2019 season, the Hérouville Saint-Clair  Park is an attraction that counts for the Normandy region. Might the Vikings series have aroused curiosity? The arrival of an authentic Scandinavian longship in 2020 should ensure a record attendance and reward the volunteers who worked on the reconstructions.   Understanding...
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Saint-Nazaire Agglomération Tourisme dedicates a new website to the heritage of the Ecomuseum of Saint-Nazaire

Saint-Nazaire Agglomération Tourisme dedicates a new website to the heritage of the Ecomuseum of Saint-Nazaire

6 - 15/12/2019
With its website www.saint-nazaire-musees.com, the city of Saint-Nazaire has opened since November 21, 2019 a permanent public access to promote collections and heritage archives of its Ecomuseum. A "stunning" approach for a heritage common to all the Nazairians.   Rich content The city of Saint-Nazaire was...
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Norméca of Cherbourg Wins a Contract With les Chantiers de l’Atlantique

Norméca of Cherbourg Wins a Contract With les Chantiers de l’Atlantique

1 - 08/11/2019
Norméca, a company based in the port area of Les Mielles in Tourlaville, has worked for the Saint-Nazaire shipyard in the past. Their long-term collaboration was the source of a new contract that promises two years of work. The company is running at full speed Norméca is a company specializing in boilers and plumbing....
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The great war reporter Patrick Chauvel sets up his archives at the Caen Memorial

The great war reporter Patrick Chauvel sets up his archives at the Caen Memorial

4 - 05/11/2019
After travelling the world for 50 years, photographer Patrick Chauvel bequeaths to the Caen Memorial a photographic collection of 380,000 archival images and 1,000 hours of film devoted to the great conflicts of post-1945. On the warpath This grandson of a diplomat, son of a great reporter at AFP and Le Figaro, was raised in...
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Les Chantiers de l’Atlantique in Saint-Nazaire and MSC Cruises are committed to reducing the impact of their ships on the environment

Les Chantiers de l’Atlantique in Saint-Nazaire and MSC Cruises are committed to reducing the impact of their ships on the environment

6 - 04/11/2019
The Saint-Nazaire Les Chantiers de l’Atlantique has nerves of steel. While the MSC Grandiosa has just been delivered, the cutting of the first sheet steel of the MSC Europa World promises more environmentally friendly navigation.   It's smooth sailing, but… On Thursday 31 October 2019, the sea monster...
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The Cotentin 2019 tourist year is an unqualified success

The Cotentin 2019 tourist year is an unqualified success

1 - 29/10/2019
Cotentin has a bright future. The region is going all out and hopes to become one of Europe's top tourist destinations.  Unbeatable weather The Cotentin has enjoyed fair skies and an advantageous calendar. The heatwave of June and July attracted many tourists who wanted to cool off and the season started off with a...
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The Oasis-class giant liner will be called Wonder of the seas

The Oasis-class giant liner will be called Wonder of the seas

6 - 29/10/2019
Oasis, Allure, Harmony, Symphony ... and Wonder, the latest in the Oasis Class! Moving away from the world of music to find its identity in the steel power of the titan, Wonder of the seas is under construction in Saint-Nazaire. A prestigious lineage Its name is reminiscent of the eponymous title of Jean-Michel Cousteau's...
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A magic wind blows on on Caen with the pub Moon & Sons, inspired by the universe of Harry Potter

A magic wind blows on on Caen with the pub Moon & Sons, inspired by the universe of Harry Potter

4 - 15/10/2019
After three weeks of work and a wave of the magic wand, Dolly's is getting a new look with the brand new Moon & Sons pub. A family affair that will make the people of Caen happy! Fantasy in Caen In downtown Caen, Colette Taylor has owned Dolly's tea parlor for 26 years. Her daughter Elise and Justin, her magician...
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The aquatic robot Jellyfishbot could soon clean up the waters of Cherbourg Harbour

The aquatic robot Jellyfishbot could soon clean up the waters of Cherbourg Harbour

1 - 15/10/2019
This small remote-controlled robot manufactured by the French company Iadys is not swimming in troubled waters. Already tested in April 2019 by the Chantereyne port of Cherbourg, this pollution cleaner could be included in the city's budget in 2020.   This large fluorescent-yellow fish flits between the hulls of boats...
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