The Info List - Beauvais

1 French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km2 (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries. 2 Population without double counting: residents of multiple communes (e.g., students and military personnel) only counted once.

(French pronunciation: ​[bovɛ]) archaic English: Beawayes, Beeway, Boway, is a city and commune in northern France. It serves as the capital of the Oise
département, in the Hauts-de-France region. Beauvais
is located approximately 75 kilometres (47 miles) from Paris. The residents of the city are called Beauvaisiens. The municipality (commune) of Beauvais
has a population of 54,289 as of 2012[update], population estimate from the Insee, and ranks as the most populous city in the Oise
department, and the third most-populous city in Picardy. Together with its suburbs and satellite towns, the metropolitan area of Beauvais
has a population of 103,885.


1 History 2 Geography 3 Climate 4 Population 5 Sights

5.1 Cathedral 5.2 Other notable sites

6 Transport

6.1 Rail transport 6.2 Air transport 6.3 Public transport 6.4 Environmentally friendly transportation

7 Personalities 8 Economy 9 Education 10 Sport 11 International relations

11.1 Twin towns – sister cities 11.2 Partnerships

12 See also 13 Notes 14 References 15 Bibliography 16 External links

History[edit] Beauvais
was known to the Romans by the Gallo-Roman
name of Caesaromagus (magos is Common Celtic for "field"). The post- Renaissance
Latin rendering is Bellovacum from the Belgic tribe the Bellovaci, whose capital it was. In the ninth century it became a countship, which about 1013 passed to the bishops of Beauvais, who became peers of France
from the twelfth century.[1] At the coronations of kings the Bishop of Beauvais
Bishop of Beauvais
wore the royal mantle and went, with the Bishop of Langres, to raise the king from his throne to present him to the people. De Bello Gallico
De Bello Gallico
II 13 reports that as Julius Caesar
Julius Caesar
was approaching a fortified town called Bratuspantium in the land of the Bellovaci, its inhabitants surrendered to him when he was about 5 Roman miles away. Its name is Gaulish
for "place where judgements are made", from *bratu-spantion. Some say that Bratuspantium is Beauvais. Others theorize that it is Vendeuil-Caply
or Bailleul sur Thérain.[2][3] From 1004 to 1037, the Count of Beauvais
was Odo II, Count of Blois. In a charter dated 1056/1060, Eudo of Brittany granted land "in pago Belvacensi" (Beauvais, Picardy) to the Abbey of Angers
Saint-Aubin (see Albinus of Angers).[a] In 1346 the town had to defend itself against the English, who again besieged it in 1433. The siege which it endured in 1472 at the hands of the Duke of Burgundy, was rendered famous by the heroism of the town's women, under the leadership of Jeanne Hachette, whose memory is still celebrated by a procession on 27 June (the feast of Sainte Angadrême), during which women take precedence over men.[1] An interesting hoard of coins from the High Middle Ages
High Middle Ages
became known as the Beauvais
Hoard, because some of the British and European coins found with the lot were from the French abbey located in Beauvais. The hoard, which contained a variety of rare and extremely rare Anglo-Norman pennies, English and foreign coins, was reputed to have been found in or near Paris.[4][5] Beauvais
was extensively damaged during World War I and again in World War II, during the German advance on Paris
in June 1940. Much of the older part of the city was all but destroyed, and the cathedral badly damaged before being liberated by British forces on 30 August 1944.[6] Geography[edit] Beauvais
lies at the foot of wooded hills on the left bank of the Thérain
at its confluence with the Avelon. Its ancient ramparts have been destroyed, and it is now surrounded by boulevards, outside of which run branches of the Thérain. In addition, there are spacious promenades in the north-east of the town.[1] Climate[edit] Beauvais
experiences a oceanic climate (Köppen climate classification Cfb). The average annual temperature is 9.9°C (1961–1990), the sunlight annual average of 1669 hours (1991–2010). Hills Bray are provided to the precipitation of Beauvais. The precipitation is 669 mm on average per year (1981–2010), while it is 800 mm on average per year in Bray. However, the frequency of rainfall is high. The average number of days per year above the precipitation of a 1 mm is 116 days, or every third day. The fog is often present, it is estimated at about 55 days a year. The department is affected by 41 days of average wind year, usually it comes from the west to the south.

Climate data for Beauvais
(1981–2010 averages)

Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year

Record high °C (°F) 15.6 (60.1) 20.4 (68.7) 23.5 (74.3) 28.4 (83.1) 31.2 (88.2) 36.9 (98.4) 37.4 (99.3) 39.0 (102.2) 33.9 (93) 28.2 (82.8) 20.2 (68.4) 17.0 (62.6) 39.0 (102.2)

Average high °C (°F) 6.3 (43.3) 7.3 (45.1) 11.1 (52) 14.3 (57.7) 18.2 (64.8) 21.2 (70.2) 23.9 (75) 23.9 (75) 20.2 (68.4) 15.5 (59.9) 10.1 (50.2) 6.6 (43.9) 14.9 (58.8)

Average low °C (°F) 1.0 (33.8) 0.9 (33.6) 3.0 (37.4) 4.5 (40.1) 8.0 (46.4) 10.8 (51.4) 12.9 (55.2) 12.8 (55) 10.2 (50.4) 7.6 (45.7) 3.9 (39) 1.5 (34.7) 6.5 (43.7)

Record low °C (°F) −19.7 (−3.5) −16.8 (1.8) −12.1 (10.2) −5.4 (22.3) −2.2 (28) 1.2 (34.2) 3.6 (38.5) 3.9 (39) −0.5 (31.1) −5.0 (23) −10.9 (12.4) −15.7 (3.7) −19.7 (−3.5)

Average precipitation mm (inches) 57.5 (2.264) 45.5 (1.791) 53.4 (2.102) 48.6 (1.913) 58.9 (2.319) 57.1 (2.248) 54.0 (2.126) 51.7 (2.035) 54.2 (2.134) 63.8 (2.512) 56.1 (2.209) 68.6 (2.701) 669.4 (26.354)

Average precipitation days 11.2 9.2 10.6 9.7 10.2 8.5 8.3 7.5 8.6 10.3 10.9 11.8 116.9

Average snowy days 4.7 4.1 3.3 1.0 0.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.6 3.0 17.8

Average relative humidity (%) 89 85 82 81 76 74 74 72 81 86 88 90 81.5

Mean monthly sunshine hours 65.2 76.7 124.0 171.5 198.9 211.8 217.4 210.1 162.0 112.2 66.9 52.6 1,669.4

Source #1: Meteo France[7][8]

Source #2: Infoclimat.fr (humidity, snowy days 1961–1990)[9]


Historical population

Year Pop. ±%

1793 12,449 —    

1800 12,392 −0.5%

1806 13,183 +6.4%

1821 12,798 −2.9%

1831 12,867 +0.5%

1836 13,082 +1.7%

1841 13,925 +6.4%

1846 14,527 +4.3%

1851 14,216 −2.1%

1856 14,286 +0.5%

1861 15,364 +7.5%

1866 13,609 −11.4%

1872 13,541 −0.5%

1876 16,600 +22.6%

1881 17,525 +5.6%

1886 18,441 +5.2%

1891 19,382 +5.1%

1896 19,906 +2.7%

1901 20,300 +2.0%

1906 20,248 −0.3%

1911 19,841 −2.0%

1921 19,270 −2.9%

1926 19,387 +0.6%

1931 18,738 −3.3%

1936 18,869 +0.7%

1946 23,156 +22.7%

1954 26,756 +15.5%

1962 34,055 +27.3%

1968 46,859 +37.6%

1975 54,089 +15.4%

1982 52,365 −3.2%

1990 54,190 +3.5%

1999 55,371 +2.2%

2006 55,481 +0.2%

2009 54,461 −1.8%

2012 54,289 −0.3%

Sights[edit] Cathedral[edit] Main article: Beauvais

Cathédrale Saint-Pierre

The city's cathedral, dedicated to Saint Peter
Saint Peter
(Cathédrale Saint-Pierre de Beauvais), in some respects the most daring achievement of Gothic architecture, consists only of a transept and quire with apse and seven apse-chapels. The vaulting in the interior exceeds 46 m or 150 feet in height.[1] The cathedral underwent a major repair and restoration process in 2008. The small Romanesque church of the 10th century known as the Basse Oeuvre occupies the site destined for the nave; much of its east end was demolished to make room for the new cathedral. Begun in 1247, under Bishop William of Grès (Guillaume de Grès, Guillaume de Grez), an extra 5 metres (16 feet) were added to the height, to make it the tallest cathedral in Europe: the work was interrupted in 1284 by the collapse of the vaulting of the choir, a disaster that produced a temporary failure of nerve among the masons working in Gothic style. The transept was built from 1500 to 1548. In 1573 the fall of a too-ambitious central tower stopped work again, after which little addition was made.[1] Its façades, especially that on the south, exhibit all the richness of the late Gothic style. The carved wooden doors of both the north and the south portals are masterpieces respectively of Gothic and Renaissance
workmanship. The church possesses an elaborate astronomical clock (1866) and tapestries of the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries; but its chief artistic treasures are stained glass windows of the thirteenth, fourteenth and sixteenth centuries, the most beautiful of them from the hand of the Renaissance
artist, Engrand Le Prince, a native of Beauvais. To him also is due some of the stained glass in St. Etienne, the second church of the town, and an interesting example of the transition stage between the Romanesque and Gothic styles.[1] During the Middle Ages, on 14 January, the Feast of Asses
Feast of Asses
was celebrated in the Beauvais
Cathedral, in commemoration of the Flight into Egypt. Other notable sites[edit]

Bishop's palace

In the Place de l'Hôtel de Ville and in the old streets near the cathedral there are several houses dating from the 12th to the 16th centuries. The Hôtel de ville, close to which stands the statue of Jeanne Hachette, was built in 1752.[citation needed] The episcopal palace, now housing the Musée départemental de l'Oise, was built in the 16th century, partly upon the Gallo-Roman fortifications.[1] The church of Saint-Étienne
is a Romanesque-Gothic building (early 12th-late 16th centuries), including, in one of its transept's portals, a sculpture of "Wheel of Life"[citation needed]

Transport[edit] Rail transport[edit] The railway station, Gare de Beauvais, opened since 1857 is currently served by several TER

– Persan-Beaumont – Paris
Gare du Nord ; Beauvais
– Creil ; Beauvais
– Abancourt – Le Tréport.

Air transport[edit] Main article: Beauvais- Tillé
Airport Beauvais- Tillé
Airport, dating from the 1930s, lies in north of the city, in Tillé. It is used as a gateway to Paris
by several low-cost carriers. Traffic growth is significant: in 1997, 200,000 passengers used it annually, but by 2006, it was more than 1.8 million. Airport usage increased by 40% a year on average between 2001 and 2005. The airport is mainly used for passenger traffic (only 2 to 3 flights involve freight each month) and serves 48 destinations. Public transport[edit] Main article: Corolis Public transport in Beauvais
is provided by Corolis
(formerly The Urban Transport network of Beauvaisis French: Transports Urbains du Beauvaisis or TUB). The transit bus (commuter bus) network consists of 25 regular lines which serve Beauvais
and its suburbs, including:

12 day lines

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 12 13 14

3 Sunday lines.

11A 11B 11C

3 summer lines.

10 (divided into 3 sub lines)

7 Demand responsive transport
Demand responsive transport

T1 T2 T3 T5 T6 T7 T8

3 shuttles

Navette Aéroport (Airport Shuttle) Navette Parking (Parking Shuttle) Navette LaSalle (Polytechnic Institute of LaSalle Shuttle)

Environmentally friendly transportation[edit] In an effort to promote cleaner urban transportation and protect the environment, the city began to develop a "Green Plan" (Plan vert). Ultimately, the goal is to have a network of 20 km (12 mi) bicycle paths. Personalities[edit]

Dominique Ansel, pastry chef and creator of the Cronut Guillaume Brenner, footballer Hubert de Givenchy, fashion designer Henri Lebesgue, mathematician Pierre Louvet (1617–1684), 17th-century French historian, archivist and historiographer. Anthony Mfa Mezui, footballer Mustapha Yatabare, footballer Sambou Yatabare, footballer Jérôme Lempereur, footballer (born 1973) George Auriol, born Jean-Georges Huyot, graphic designer (26 April 1863) Arnaud Démare, pro-cyclist.

Economy[edit] The industry of Beauvais
comprises, besides the state manufacture of tapestry, which dates from 1664, the manufacture of various kinds of cotton and woollen goods, brushes, toys, boots and shoes, and bricks and tiles. Market-gardening flourishes in the vicinity and an extensive trade is carried on in grain and wine. The town is the seat of a bishop, a prefect and a Court of Assizes; it has Tribunals of First Instance and of commerce, together with a Chamber of Commerce, a branch of the Bank of France, a higher ecclesiastical seminary, a lycée and training colleges.[1] Amongst the major companies operating in the town are Nestle and Agco (Massey Ferguson). Also present since 1986 is RS Components, founded by Jerry Vaughan, and now operating from a purpose built distribution centre to the east of the town Beauvais
also has a small airport, Beauvais
Tillé, which is used by several low-cost carrier and charter airlines such as Ryanair
as a terminal for nearby Paris, to which frequent shuttle buses run. Education[edit] Beauvais
has the following schools: Public schools:

20 preschools: Four in Argentine, five in Centre-Ville, one in Marissel, one in Notre Dame du Thil, five in Saint-Jean, one in Saint Just des Marais, two in Saint Lucien, and one in Voisinlieu[10] 24 public elementary schools: Five in Argentine, six in Centre-Ville, two in Marissel, two in Notre Dame du Thil, five in Saint-Jean, one in Saint Just des Marais, two in Saint-Lucien, and one in Voisinlieu[11] Five junior high schools: Collège Henri Baumont, Collège Charles Fauqueux, Collège Jules Michelet, Collège Jean Baptiste Pellerin, and Collège George Sand[12] Four general high schools: Lycée Félix Faure, Lycée Jeanne Hachette, Lycée Paul Langevin, and Lycée François Truffaut[13] Four vocational high schools: Lycée Professionnel Paul Langevin, Lycée Professionnel Jean-Baptiste Corot, Lycée Professionnel Les Jacobins, and Lycée Agricole de l'Oise[13]

Private schools:[14]

Institution du Saint-Espirit (elementary, junior high, high school, and technological high school) Institution Notre-Dame (elementary and junior high school) Elementary schools: Ecole Saint-Paul and Ecole Sainte-Bernadette Lycée Saint-Vincent de Paul

Sport[edit] Beauvais
is home to AS Beauvais
Oise, a football club playing in the Championnat National
Championnat National
(as of 2006[update]), which is supported by a fine percussion band. International relations[edit] See also: List of twin towns and sister cities in France Twin towns – sister cities[edit] Beauvais
is twinned with:

Maidstone, United Kingdom, since 1961 Witten, Germany, since 1975[15] Setúbal, Portugal, since 1982.

Partnerships[edit] There are also partnerships with:

Dej, Romania, since 2003 Tczew, Poland, since 2003

See also[edit]

Milo of Nanteuil, bishop of Beauvais, builder of the Beauvais Cathedral Pierre Cauchon, bishop of Beauvais
and judge of Joan of Arc Roman Catholic Diocese of Beauvais


^ Perhaps inherited through his father Geoffrey I, Duke of Brittany from the latter's mother Ermengarde-Gerberga of Anjou, as she is known to have owned property there.


^ a b c d e f g h  One or more of the preceding sentences incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Beauvais". Encyclopædia Britannica. 3 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. p. 599.  This cites V. Lhuillier, Choses du vieux Beauvais et du Beauvaisis (1896). ^ (in French) http://encyclopedie.arbre-celtique.com/bratuspantium-3216.htm Encyclopédie de l'Arbre Celtique ^ Xavier Delamarre, Noms de lieux celtiques de l'Europe Ancienne (Errance, 2012) p.86 ^ Coin Hoard Article Archived 27 September 2007 at the Wayback Machine. ^ Marshall Faintich. The "Beauvais" Hoard, SymbolicMessengers.com website, 2002. Retrieved 20 September 2010. ^ Hoemberg, Elisabeth, Thy People, My People, J. M. Dent & Sons, London, 1950, p. 63 ^ "Données climatiques de la station de Beauvais" (in French). Meteo France. Retrieved 12 January 2016.  ^ "Climat Picardie" (in French). Meteo France. Retrieved 12 January 2016.  ^ "Normes et records 1961-1990: Beauvais-Tille (60) - altitude 89m" (in French). Infoclimat. Retrieved 12 January 2016.  ^ "Les écoles maternelles ." Beauvais. 17 October 2015. Retrieved on 5 September 2016. ^ "Les écoles élémentaires ." Beauvais. 17 October 2015. Retrieved on 5 September 2016. ^ "Les collèges ." Beauvais. 17 October 2015. Retrieved on 5 September 2016. ^ a b "Lycées d'enseignement général." Beauvais. 17 October 2015. Retrieved on 5 September 2016. ^ "Etablissements privés." Beauvais. 17 October 2015. Retrieved on 5 September 2016. ^ "List of Twin Towns in the Ruhr District" (PDF). Twins2010.com. 2009. Archived from the original (PDF) on 28 November 2009. Retrieved 28 October 2009. 


Charles Delettre, "Histoire du diocèse de Beauvais, depuis son établissement", Volume 2, Harvard Library

External links[edit]

Wikivoyage has a travel guide for Beauvais.

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Beauvais.

has the text of the 1905 New International Encyclopedia article Beauvais.

Official website Unofficial website[permanent dead link] blog46, BIJ & EPM (open cybercafé) Catholic Encyclopedia: Diocese of Beauvais Coin Hoard Article AGE LaSalle-Beauvais Google Earth view of Beauvais Cathedral
Beauvais Cathedral
from south Google Earth view of (truncated) west end of Beauvais Cathedral
Beauvais Cathedral
and Basse Oeuvre

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(Cantal) Angoulême
(Charente) La Rochelle
La Rochelle
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(Corse-du-Sud) Bastia
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Bonvillers Boran-sur-Oise Borest Bornel Boubiers Bouconvillers Bouillancy Boullarre Boulogne-la-Grasse Boursonne Boury-en-Vexin Boutavent Boutencourt Bouvresse Braisnes-sur-Aronde Brasseuse Brégy Brenouille Bresles Breteuil Brétigny Breuil-le-Sec Breuil-le-Vert Briot Brombos Broquiers Broyes Brunvillers-la-Motte Bucamps Buicourt Bulles Bury Bussy Caisnes Cambronne-lès-Clermont Cambronne-lès-Ribécourt Campagne Campeaux Campremy Candor Canly Cannectancourt Canny-sur-Matz Canny-sur-Thérain Carlepont Catenoy Catheux Catigny Catillon-Fumechon Cauffry Cauvigny Cempuis Cernoy Chamant Chambly Chambors Chantilly La Chapelle-en-Serval Chaumont-en-Vexin Chavençon Chelles Chepoix Chevincourt Chèvreville Chevrières Chiry-Ourscamp Choisy-au-Bac Choisy-la-Victoire Choqueuse-les-Bénards Cinqueux Cires-lès-Mello Clairoix Clermont Coivrel Compiègne Conchy-les-Pots Conteville Corbeil-Cerf Cormeilles Le Coudray-Saint-Germer Le Coudray-sur-Thelle Coudun Couloisy Courcelles-Epayelles Courcelles-lès-Gisors Courteuil Courtieux Coye-la-Forêt Cramoisy Crapeaumesnil Creil Crépy-en-Valois Cressonsacq Crèvecœur-le-Grand Crèvecœur-le-Petit Crillon Crisolles Le Crocq Croissy-sur-Celle Croutoy Crouy-en-Thelle Cuignières Cuigy-en-Bray Cuise-la-Motte Cuts Cuvergnon Cuvilly Cuy Daméraucourt Dargies Delincourt Dieudonné Dives Doméliers Domfront Dompierre La Drenne Duvy Écuvilly Élencourt Élincourt-Sainte-Marguerite Éméville Énencourt-Léage Énencourt-le-Sec Épineuse Éragny-sur-Epte Ercuis Ermenonville Ernemont-Boutavent Erquery Erquinvillers Escames Esches Escles-Saint-Pierre Espaubourg Esquennoy Essuiles Estrées-Saint-Denis Étavigny Étouy Ève Évricourt Le Fayel Fay-les-Étangs Le Fay-Saint-Quentin Feigneux Ferrières Feuquières Fitz-James Flavacourt Flavy-le-Meldeux Fléchy Fleurines Fleury Fontaine-Bonneleau Fontaine-Chaalis Fontaine-Lavaganne Fontaine-Saint-Lucien Fontenay-Torcy Formerie Fouilleuse Fouilloy Foulangues Fouquenies Fouquerolles Fournival Francastel Francières Fréniches Fresne-Léguillon Fresneaux-Montchevreuil Fresnières Fresnoy-en-Thelle Fresnoy-la-Rivière Fresnoy-le-Luat Le Frestoy-Vaux Frétoy-le-Château Frocourt Froissy Le Gallet Gannes Gaudechart Genvry Gerberoy Gilocourt Giraumont Glaignes Glatigny Godenvillers Goincourt Golancourt Gondreville Gourchelles Gournay-sur-Aronde Gouvieux Gouy-les-Groseillers Grandfresnoy Grandrû Grandvillers-aux-Bois Grandvilliers Grémévillers Grez Guignecourt Guiscard Gury Hadancourt-le-Haut-Clocher Hainvillers Halloy Le Hamel Hannaches Hanvoile Hardivillers Hardivillers-en-Vexin Haucourt Haudivillers Hautbos Haute-Épine Hautefontaine Hécourt Heilles Hémévillers Hénonville Herchies La Hérelle Héricourt-sur-Thérain Hermes Hétomesnil Hodenc-en-Bray Hodenc-l'Évêque Hondainville Houdancourt La Houssoye Ivors Ivry-le-Temple Jaméricourt Janville Jaulzy Jaux Jonquières Jouy-sous-Thelle Juvignies Laberlière Laboissière-en-Thelle Labosse Labruyère Lachapelle-aux-Pots Lachapelle-Saint-Pierre Lachapelle-sous-Gerberoy Lachaussée-du-Bois-d'Écu Lachelle Lacroix-Saint-Ouen Lafraye Lagny Lagny-le-Sec Laigneville Lalande-en-Son Lalandelle Lamécourt Lamorlaye Lannoy-Cuillère Larbroye Lassigny Lataule Lattainville Lavacquerie Laverrière Laversines Lavilletertre Léglantiers Lévignen Lhéraule Liancourt Liancourt-Saint-Pierre Libermont Lierville Lieuvillers Lihus Litz Loconville Longueil-Annel Longueil-Sainte-Marie Lormaison Loueuse Luchy Machemont Maignelay-Montigny Maimbeville Maisoncelle-Saint-Pierre Maisoncelle-Tuilerie Aux Marais Marest-sur-Matz Mareuil-la-Motte Mareuil-sur-Ourcq Margny-aux-Cerises Margny-lès-Compiègne Margny-sur-Matz Marolles Marquéglise Marseille-en-Beauvaisis Martincourt Maucourt Maulers Maysel Mélicocq Mello Ménévillers Méru Méry-la-Bataille Le Mesnil-Conteville Le Mesnil-en-Thelle Le Mesnil-Saint-Firmin Le Mesnil-sur-Bulles Le Mesnil-Théribus Le Meux Milly-sur-Thérain Mogneville Moliens Monceaux Monceaux-l'Abbaye Monchy-Humières Monchy-Saint-Éloi Mondescourt Monneville Montagny-en-Vexin Montagny-Sainte-Félicité Montataire Montépilloy Montgérain Montiers Montjavoult Mont-l'Évêque Montlognon Montmacq Montmartin Montreuil-sur-Brêche Montreuil-sur-Thérain Monts Le Mont-Saint-Adrien Morangles Morienval Morlincourt Mortefontaine Mortefontaine-en-Thelle Mortemer Morvillers Mory-Montcrux Mouchy-le-Châtel Moulin-sous-Touvent Mouy Moyenneville Moyvillers Muidorge Muirancourt Mureaumont Nampcel Nanteuil-le-Haudouin Néry Neufchelles Neufvy-sur-Aronde Neuilly-en-Thelle Neuilly-sous-Clermont Neuville-Bosc La Neuville-en-Hez La Neuville-Garnier La Neuville-Roy La Neuville-Saint-Pierre La Neuville-sur-Oudeuil La Neuville-sur-Ressons La Neuville-Vault Nivillers Noailles Nogent-sur-Oise Nointel Noirémont Noroy Nourard-le-Franc Novillers Noyers-Saint-Martin Noyon Offoy Ognes Ognolles Ognon Omécourt Ons-en-Bray Ormoy-le-Davien Ormoy-Villers Oroër Orrouy Orry-la-Ville Orvillers-Sorel Oudeuil Oursel-Maison Paillart Parnes Passel Péroy-les-Gombries Pierrefitte-en-Beauvaisis Pierrefonds Pimprez Pisseleu Plailly Plainval Plainville Le Plessier-sur-Bulles Le Plessier-sur-Saint-Just Le Plessis-Belleville Le Plessis-Brion Plessis-de-Roye Le Plessis-Patte-d'Oie Le Ployron Ponchon Pontarmé Pont-l'Évêque Pontoise-lès-Noyon Pontpoint Pont-Sainte-Maxence Porcheux Porquéricourt Pouilly Précy-sur-Oise Prévillers Pronleroy Puiseux-en-Bray Puiseux-le-Hauberger Puits-la-Vallée Quesmy Le Quesnel-Aubry Quincampoix-Fleuzy Quinquempoix Rainvillers Rantigny Raray Ravenel Réez-Fosse-Martin Reilly Rémécourt Rémérangles Remy Ressons-sur-Matz Rethondes Reuil-sur-Brêche Rhuis Ribécourt-Dreslincourt Ricquebourg Rieux Rivecourt Roberval Rochy-Condé Rocquemont Rocquencourt Romescamps Rosières Rosoy Rosoy-en-Multien Rotangy Rothois Rousseloy Rouville Rouvillers Rouvres-en-Multien Rouvroy-les-Merles Roy-Boissy Royaucourt Roye-sur-Matz La Rue-Saint-Pierre Rully Russy-Bémont Sacy-le-Grand Sacy-le-Petit Sains-Morainvillers Saint-André-Farivillers Saint-Arnoult Saint-Aubin-en-Bray Saint-Aubin-sous-Erquery Saint-Crépin-aux-Bois Saint-Crépin-Ibouvillers Saint-Deniscourt Sainte-Eusoye Sainte-Geneviève Saint-Étienne-Roilaye Saint-Félix Saint-Germain-la-Poterie Saint-Germer-de-Fly Saintines Saint-Jean-aux-Bois Saint-Just-en-Chaussée Saint-Léger-aux-Bois Saint-Léger-en-Bray Saint-Leu-d'Esserent Saint-Martin-aux-Bois Saint-Martin-le-Nœud Saint-Martin-Longueau Saint-Maur Saint-Maximin Saint-Omer-en-Chaussée Saint-Paul Saint-Pierre-es-Champs Saint-Pierre-lès-Bitry Saint-Quentin-des-Prés Saint-Remy-en-l'Eau Saint-Samson-la-Poterie Saint-Sauveur Saint-Sulpice Saint-Thibault Saint-Vaast-de-Longmont Saint-Vaast-lès-Mello Saint-Valery Salency Sarcus Sarnois Le Saulchoy Savignies Sempigny Senantes Senlis Senots Serans Sérévillers Sérifontaine Sermaize Séry-Magneval Silly-le-Long Silly-Tillard Solente Sommereux Songeons Sully Suzoy Talmontiers Tartigny Therdonne Thérines Thibivillers Thiers-sur-Thève Thiescourt Thieuloy-Saint-Antoine Thieux Thiverny Thourotte Thury-en-Valois Thury-sous-Clermont Tillé Tourly Tracy-le-Mont Tracy-le-Val Tricot Trie-Château Trie-la-Ville Troissereux Trosly-Breuil Troussencourt Trumilly Ully-Saint-Georges Valdampierre Valescourt Vandélicourt Varesnes Varinfroy Vauchelles Vauciennes Vaudancourt Le Vaumain Vaumoise Le Vauroux Velennes Vendeuil-Caply Venette Ver-sur-Launette Verberie Verderel-lès-Sauqueuse Verderonne Verneuil-en-Halatte Versigny Vez Viefvillers Vieux-Moulin Vignemont Ville Villembray Villeneuve-les-Sablons La Villeneuve-sous-Thury Villeneuve-sur-Verberie Villers-Saint-Barthélemy Villers-Saint-Frambourg Villers-Saint-Genest Villers-Saint-Paul Villers-Saint-Sépulcre Villers-sous-Saint-Leu Villers-sur-Auchy Villers-sur-Bonnières Villers-sur-Coudun Villers-sur-Trie Villers-Vermont Villers-Vicomte Villeselve Villotran Vineuil-Saint-Firmin Vrocourt Wacquemoulin Wambez Warluis Wavignies Welles-Pérennes

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