Place:Haute-Vienne, France

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NameHaute-Vienne
TypeDépartement
Coordinates45.833°N 1.25°E
Located inFrance
Also located inLimousin, France    
Contained Places
Ancient city
Morterolles-sur-Semme
Commune
Breuilaufa
Châlus
Châteauponsac
Limoges
Oradour-sur-Glane
Rochechouart
Inhabited place
Ambazac
Aureil
Bellac
Bessines-sur-Gartempe
Coussac-Bonneval
Eymoutiers
Laurière
Le Dorat
Les Martys
Les Salles-Lavauguyon
Mezières sur Issoire
Nexon
Pierre-Buffière
Rancon
Saint-Junien
Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat
Saint-Mathieu
Saint-Sulpice-les-Feuilles
Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche
Solignac
Unknown
Aixe-sur-Vienne
Arnac-la-Poste
Augne
Azat-le-Riz
Balledent
Ballendent
Beaumont-du-Lac
Beaune-les-Mines
Berneuil
Bersac-sur-Rivalier
Beynac
Biennac
Blanzac
Blond
Boisseuil
Bonnac-la-Côte
Bosmie-l'Aiguille
Bujaleuf
Burgnac
Bussière-Boffy
Bussière-Galant
Bussière-Poitevine
Chaillac-sur-Vienne
Chamboret
Champagnac-la-Rivière
Champnétery
Champsac
Chaptelat
Cheissoux
Château-Chervix
Châteauneuf-la-Forêt
Chéronnac
Cieux
Cognac-le-Froid
Compreignac
Condat-sur-Vienne
Couzeix
Cromac
Cussac
Darnac
Dinsac
Dompierre-les-Eglises
Domps
Dournazac
Droux
Eybouleuf
Eyjeaux
Feytiat
Flavignac
Folles
Fromental
Gajoubert
Glandon
Glanges
Gorre
Isle
Jabreilles-les-Bordes
Janailhac
Javerdat
Jouac
Jourgnac
La Bazeuge
La Chapelle-Montbrandeix
La Croisille-sur-Briance
La Croix-sur-Gartempe
La Geneytouse
La Jonchère-Saint-Maurice
La Meyze
La Porcherie
La Roche-l'Abeille
Ladignac-le-Long
Lavignac
Le Buis
Le Chalard
Le Châtenet-en-Dognon
Le Palais-sur-Vienne
Le Vigen
Les Billanges
Les Cars
Les Grands-Chézeaux
Linards
Lussac-les-Eglises
Magnac-Bourg
Magnac-Laval
Mailhac-sur-Benaize
Maisonnais-sur-Tardoire
Marval
Masléon
Meilhac
Meuzac
Milhaguet
Milhauget
Moissannes
Montrol-Sénard
Mortemart
Nantiat
Nedde
Neuvic-Entier
Nieul
Nouic
Oradour-Saint-Genest
Oradour-sur-Vayres
Pageas
Panazol
Pensol
Peyrat-de-Bellac
Peyrat-le-Château
Peyrilhac
Razès
Rempnat
Rilhac-Lastours
Rilhac-Rancon
Roussac
Royères
Roziers-Saint-Georges
Saillat-sur-Vienne
Saint-Amand-Magnazeix
Saint-Amand-le-Petit
Saint-Auvent
Saint-Barbant
Saint-Bazile
Saint-Bonnet-Briance
Saint-Bonnet-de-Bellac
Saint-Brice-sur-Vienne
Saint-Cyr
Saint-Denis-des-Murs
Saint-Gence
Saint-Genest-sur-Roselle
Saint-Georges-les-Landes
Saint-Germain-les-Belles
Saint-Gilles-les-Forêts
Saint-Hilaire-Bonneval
Saint-Hilaire-la-Treille
Saint-Hilaire-les-Places
Saint-Jean-Ligoure
Saint-Jouvent
Saint-Julien-le-Petit
Saint-Junien-les-Combes
Saint-Just-le-Martel
Saint-Laurent-les-Eglises
Saint-Laurent-sur-Gorre
Saint-Léger-Magnazeix
Saint-Léger-la-Montagne
Saint-Martial-sur-Isop
Saint-Martin-Terressus
Saint-Martin-de-Jussac
Saint-Martin-le-Mault
Saint-Martin-le-Vieux
Saint-Maurice-les-Brousses
Saint-Méard
Saint-Nicolas-Courbefy
Saint-Ouen-sur-Gartempe
Saint-Pardoux
Saint-Paul
Saint-Priest-Ligoure
Saint-Priest-Taurion
Saint-Priest-le-Betoux
Saint-Priest-sous-Aixe
Saint-Sornin-Leulac
Saint-Sornin-la-Marche
Saint-Sulpice-Laurière
Saint-Sylvestre
Saint-Symphorien-sur-Couze
Saint-Victurnien
Saint-Vitte-sur-Briance
Saint-Yrieix-sous-Aixe
Sainte-Anne-Saint-Priest
Sainte-Marie-de-Vaux
Sauviat-sur-Vige
Surdoux
Sussac
Séreilhac
Tersannes
Thiat
Thoulon
Thouron
Vaulry
Vayres
Verneuil-Moustiers
Verneuil-sur-Vienne
Veyrac
Vicq-sur-Breuilh
Videix
Villefavard
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Haute-Vienne is a French department named after the Vienne River. It is one of three departments that together constitute the French region of Limousin.

The chief and largest city is Limoges. The other towns in the department each have fewer than 20,000 inhabitants.

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