chateau-roux

Châteauroux

[shah-toh-roo]
noun
a city in and capital of Indre, in central France.
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Indre

[an-druh]
noun
a department in central France. 2667 sq. mi. (6910 sq. km). Capital: Châteauroux.
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Châteauroux (French ʃɑtoru)
 
n
a town in central France: 10th-century castle (Château-Raoul). Pop: 49 632 (1999)

Indre (French ɛ̃drə)
 
n
a department of central France in the Centre region. Capital: Châteauroux. Pop: 230 954 (2003 est). Area: 6906 sq km (2693 sq miles)

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