Indre-et-Loire

Indre-et-Loire (ăNdrālwärˈ) [key], department (1990 pop. 532,100), N central France. It occupies most of Touraine, and Tours is its capital.

The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Copyright © 2012, Columbia University Press. All rights reserved.

More on Indre-et-Loire from Fact Monster:

  • Chenonceaux - Chenonceaux Chenonceaux , village, Indre-et-Loire dept., W central France, in Touraine, on the Cher ...
  • Loches - Loches Loches , town (1990 pop. 7,133), Indre-et-Loire dept., W central France, in Touraine, on the ...
  • Azay-le-Rideau - Azay-le-Rideau Azay-le-Rideau , village (1993 est. pop. 3,116), Indre-et-Loire dept., N central ...
  • Touraine - Touraine Touraine , region and former province (until the French Revolution), W central France, ...
  • Chinon - Chinon Chinon , town (1993 est. pop. 8,961), Indre-et-Loire dept., W central France, in Touraine, ...

See more Encyclopedia articles on: French Political Geography