The SAMU [fr] 26 is an emergency medical assistance service which has the mission to receive and treat emergency calls on the territory of Drôme. It was also an important commercial axis, especially for salt, which would benefit the city which guards traces of the name of Rue "Saunière", formerly the name of one of the four gates of Valence, the one which gave access to the south. the maximum level. It is responsible for several areas of skills, including local public transport, economic development, sanitation and environment, sports complexes and public libraries management.. The lowest, which is closest to the river, where the districts of fishermen and sailors were. The technoparks include one hundred companies. The main façade on the Rue du Pavillon Central has been registered as an historic monument since 11 October 1982.. VOF, bien plus qu'un club, une famille ! The église Notre-Dame [Church of Our Lady], located on Rue Berthelot. The porch and the stone tower above it were rebuilt in 1861. For the club that was disbanded in 2005, see, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Olympique_de_Valence&oldid=952849110, Association football clubs established in 2005, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 24 April 2020, at 11:12. These "lovers" would travel the world and adorn many objects. Côte des Chapeliers, home of the Marquis of Veynes. The site is currently undergoing conversion work. Very quickly, the Valence people strove to channel these waters forming unhealthy marshes. It also allows easy access to the Valence TGV station in the north, by the RN 532 [fr]. Covering an area of 26 hectares (64 acres), Jean-Perdrix Park [fr] is the largest in the city. In addition, A. Blanc would have discovered, still in this same extension, piles of oak, closer perhaps to a pier. Dieser Club Sportif La Voulte Valence hatte bis 1961 Bestand, dann spielte der FCV wieder eigenständig in unteren departementalen Ligen. It has been at this place since the end of the 18th century. In addition, the Valence agglomeration is equipped with a marina [fr], a trading port [fr], two railway stations (Valence-Ville and Valence-TGV) and an airport. The passenger building of Valence-Ville railway station has been in service in April 1866. At the opening of the TGV station, a service of fifty TGVs per day was planned with eight of these TGVs continuing to serve Valence-Ville. Als ASOA Valence sich 2005 sportlich erneut für die zweite Liga qualifiziert hatte, verweigerte der Ligaverband ihr aus finanziellen Gründen den Aufstieg. 1993 gab ASOA sich ein Profistatut, kam 1998 sogar bis auf acht Punkte an einen Aufstiegsplatz in die erste Liga heran und blieb bis zum Jahr 2000 in der Division 2, in die sie 2002 für zwei Jahre zurückkehrte. Its thickness can reach 400–500 metres (1,300–1,600 ft). Each man drew a mass of about a ton. After the opening of the radiology building, a surgical building of 263 beds and places opened its doors in June 2011. 92% of its establishments employ less than 10 employees. Valence (okzitanisch Valença) ist die Hauptstadt des französischen Départements Drôme. A historical monument [fr] since 1982 and designed by the architect Eugène Poitoux, the Kiosque Peynet [fr] is a bandstand which inspired Raymond Peynet in 1942 with his famous "lovers". Public green areas of Valence total 230 hectares (570 acres) (more than 10% of the area of the commune). 562 likes. Fourth urban network of the Rhône-Alpes region, it has 20 regular lines, over 200 stops and a fleet of 220 bus. It is then called le vent du midi ou le vent des fous [the midi wind or the uncaring wind] because, for some people, it makes the atmosphere painful to bear, especially in the summer. Valence is the seat of the Chamber of commerce and industry of the Drôme [fr], which manages the Port de l'Épervière [fr], the port of Valence [fr] and Valence-Chabeuil Airport. After long drawn-out construction decisions, the city took advantage of a windfall from a private initiative for the construction of a theatre. It housed numerous relics: Those of saints Apollinaire, Cyprien, Corneille, Félix, Fortunat, Achillée and a fragment of the True Cross. To the east, the Monts du Matin extend as a long barrier of pleasant hills, dominated by the limestone prow of the Vercors. The Maison Dupré-Latour [fr], dating from the 16th century, has a remarkable staircase tower. Over the centuries, the town grew and grew. Valence is the largest city of Valence Romans Agglo, an agglomeration community with 51 communes of the region. who used these stairs to go to the small streets and squares of the upper town. Valence was previously part of two intercommunalities: SISAV [fr] (Intercommunal Union of Services of the Valentinoise Agglomeration, better known under the name of "Valence Major") which includes seven Drôme and Ardèche communes (Bourg-lès-Valence, Cornas, Guilherand-Granges, Portes-lès-Valence, Saint-Marcel-lès-Valence, Saint-Péray and Valence) from 1990 to 2009, and of the agglomeration community of Valence Agglo – Sud Rhône-Alpes [fr] which consisted of eleven communes from 2009 to 2014.  If the Armenians were popular among their employers, they encountered the distrust of the Valence people. Found also in the south of the Drôme Valley where the Mediterranean influence finally prevails (20 kilometres (12 mi) to the South) are spontaneous populations of thyme, lavender, Euphorbia characias, Spanish broom (Genista hispanica [fr]), cane of Provence (Arundo donax), as well as Aleppo pines on the western face of the massif of Crussol. Several cities are twinned or partners of Valence:, In 2017, the municipality had 63,714 inhabitants. 0 - 1. In this area that formerly comprised the historic centre of the city of Valencia, there are: Saint-Apollinaire Cathedral is a Romanesque cathedral, which was built in the 11th century.  The Valence agglomeration stretches on the right bank of the Rhône, but is limited by the edge of the Vivarais plateau. 1973 gelang erstmals der Aufstieg in die oberste reine Amateurliga (damals das dritthöchste Liganiveau), in der der FC während zwei Saisons antrat. The economic development of Valence can also count on a wealthy producer territory of food processing, hi-tech with the presence of large groups of electronics or aerospace, many innovative SMEs and a university centre of importance of film and knowledge with the presence of major animation studios internationally recognised for the quality of their productions. The current council was elected in April 2014.  In 890, the widow of King Boso of Provence had their son, Louis III, crowned King of Provence in Valence. This geographical situation is understood by the crossing of several routes of transport and communications: The city of Valence, as many Gallo-Roman cities, received an orthonormal plan.  Valence invited the surrounding communities on 31 January and brought together 16,000 guards of 293 communes. Valence has two Catholic parishes, which depend on the Diocese of Valence, Deanery of Valence: Notre-Dame-des-Peuples of Valence and Saint Émilien of Valence.  Port areas are alone in the south towards Portes-lès-Valence. The Philolaus water tower (first studies of the sculptor in 1963), built between 1969 and 1971, is located in Jean-Perdrix Park [fr], between the quarters of le Plan and Fontbarlettes, east of the city. Since installation in 1773 an artillery regiment, the Regiment of la Fère, Valence was the place of confinement of numerous military units.  The orientation of the streets of the Roman city, orientation still quite widespread in the streets of the old town, is identical to those of the ancient cadastres of the surrounding countryside. In the census table, by Wikipedia convention, the principle was retained for subsequent legal populations since 1999 not to display the census populations in the table corresponding to the year 2006, the first published legal population calculated according to the concepts defined in Decree No. Trains reached Paris in 2 hours 36 minutes. Valence (US: /vəˈlɒ̃s, væˈlɒ̃s/, French: [valɑ̃s] (listen); Occitan: Valença [vaˈlensɔ]) is a commune in southeastern France, the capital of the Drôme department and within the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. Its position at the centre of the meridian axis of the Rhone Valley [fr] places the city at the mouth of the Valley of the Isère (path to the Alps), in the west of the historical province of Dauphiné, within the natural and historic region of the Valentinois, and the boundary of the department of Ardèche (from which it is separated by the Rhône). , In 1956 the group had 2,500 people, or 6% of the population of Valence, and represented the fourth-largest Armenian community in France (after those of Paris, Lyon and Marseille). In 440, Alans led by Sambida were given deserted lands in Valentia by the Romans. Advanced statistics of AS Valence football team! Valence ended the 2011–12 season in sixth place in the CFA Group B, retaining their place in the division for the following campaign. Many settlements were founded, including Valentia, a Latin name meaning La Vaillante [brave], La Vigoureuse [strong], in the territory of the Segovellaunes [fr]. The entire old town, with dilapidated buildings, abandoned and inexpensive, became involved in this process. Bell tower of the Saint-Apollinaire Cathedral, View of the Château de Crussol from the esplanade of the Champ de Mars [fr]. , Valence has two hospitals, a public and a private. The Centre Hospitalier de Valence [Central Hospital of Valence] (CHV) employed 2,570 people in 2013. On 15 August 1944, bombs destroyed several quarters and buildings in the city, including the hospital, killing 280 people. Olympique hat die Vereinsfarben seines Vorgängers (Rot und Weiß) beibehalten; die Kampfmannschaft spielt im Stade Georges-Pompidou, das gut 14.000 Zuschauern Platz bietet. The commune is part of the Communauté d'agglomération Valence Romans Agglo, which includes 56 communes since its inception on 1 January 2017, and Valence is the most populous city. LOG T2 – Categories and types of housing. It was bought by the city of Valence around 1830 and is part of the first monuments registered national historical monuments inventory after a visit by Prosper Mérimée in Drôme. , In 2017, 45,489 people had a job, of which 90.5% was salaried employment. Completely renovated in the 1990s, the theatre of the city is one of the jewels of the 19th century architecture in Valence. It is classified a historical monument since 1982.. Two major characters vied for power over the city: The Bishop and the Count of Valentinois. Die Geschichte von Olympique Valence ist im Wesentlichen die Geschichte zweier konkurrierender lokaler Vereine, die sich über Jahrzehnte das Stade de la Palla teilten. The Abbaye Notre-Dame de Soyons [fr] is a former abbey of Benedictine women which was founded in 1632 by the transfer of the Abbey of St. John the Evangelist, from the village of Soyons (Ardèche) as a result of the Wars of Religion. These are ancient agricultural villages, especially those that precede the first villages on the side of Vercors. The city is historically attached to the Dauphiné, of which it forms the second largest city after Grenoble and is today part of the network of French Towns and Lands of Art and History. Houses settled around the city, outside the city walls. Founded on 26 July 1452 by the dauphin Louis, future Louis XI, the University of Valence grew quickly. ), 1 lycée of technical training (Jules-Algoud industrial lycée), Higher technology Institute Montplaisir: CPGE economic and trade, Cycling: Valence was finish city of the 11th stage of the, Electronics / Electronic Banking / Automation, The Dragée de Valence is a confection of praline or of chocolate coated in sugar made in the purest tradition, to celebrate the solemn events of life such as baptisms, communions and weddings. In the region, it was Largentière which called for a Fête de la Fédération on 23 August, Romans-sur-Isère in September, La Voulte gathered 12,000 National Guardsmen to the Champs de l'Étoile on 29 November. His body was exposed after his death, during three days, and many people flocked to pay him a last tribute, as his popularity increased. At an estimated €100 million cost, the last big project supported by the city concerns the creation of a city of sports and culture on the former military wasteland of Latour-Maubourg. Plans to form a complete loop, connecting the current ring road to a western bypass of Valence, on the right bank of the Rhône, are under consideration. Today, many vestiges of the Middle Ages, Renaissance, but also from the 17th century, 18th century and 19th century are visible in the city centre. The word valence comes from Latin valentia, meaning "strength or capacity". card [fr] is a transport document which consists of a smartcard which allows not only to travel on any Citéa network (charging its transport tickets), but also to combine travel with other modes of transport in the region such as the TER Rhône-Alpes (Transport express régional), networks of transit of Saint Etienne (STAS), Grenoble (TAG [fr]) or Lyon (TCL), or even rent-a-bike in free service. The studies, which will be soon carried out, should enable a decision on the exact length of motorway involved, the technical choices and the financial cost. Green routes have been signposted along the canals of des Malcontents, de la Grande Marquise, de Thibert, du Charran and de Californie. The population supported increasing resistance. Thus, nested terraces were formed. After some political intrigue covering more than two years, it will not be until December 24, 1801, that the then late pope's body will finally leave Valence and return to the Vatican. He also mentioned the "tour de Constance" [Constance Tower], on the Valence shore, a construction already known in the Middle Ages and which bore all the floods of the Rhône. With the introduction of the STO, young men were required to go to work in Germany. To the south, the Lautagne plateau, at an altitude of 180 metres (590 ft), determines a narrow groove between this advance from the terrace of la Léore and the Rhône, which has limited the development of the city in that direction. In 1869, excavations to the south of the old town revealed the existence of a monumental gate defended by two protruding towers. , The Port de l'Épervière [fr] contains 478 berths: It is the first river port of France. The confluence of the Isère and Rhône and fluvial erosion caused by their waters, in the Quaternary, formed four superimposed terraces which are located in Valence. The annual sunshine in Valence is 2,500 hours/year (average 1970–1994). 2011 gelang der Aufstieg in die vierte Liga (Championnat de France Amateur (CFA)), die oberste landesweite Amateurspielklasse. The death of Mandrin on the wheel of Valence marked the end of his actions, but also the beginning of a legend, as the man had marked the minds of his contemporaries. The Auréats zone is the oldest industrial site in Valence, it covers 120 hectares (300 acres) and 180 companies (on the Valence side). On August 29, 1799, six weeks after his arrival at this community, the then longest ever reigning Roman Catholic Church's 250th Pope Pius VI died here in exile from his Vatican, then within the 754-1798 Papal States, but now within the 1st Republic of France's created 1798-1799 Roman Republic. Since 1984, the 1st Spahi Regiment has been installed at the barracks of the Bacquet Quarter. Shops settled, markets took place and did justice. In the Middle Ages there were two churches: The cathedral from the 11th century and Notre-Dame de la Ronde which was older (a remaining column is currently in the public toilets). The town was fortified by King Francis I. Four days later, on 19 August 1944, a German train loaded with nitroglycerin exploded, largely destroying the quarter of La Palla and causing 335 casualties among civilians, the military and the resistance fighters. Not far lies the Recreation Park of l'Épervière. One of the city's major projects is the reclamation of the banks, disfigured by the passage of the A7 motorway over 1.4 kilometres (0.87 mi). Forming a half-loop, the Valence ring road covers a little more than 22 kilometres (14 mi) and connects the commune of Bourg-lès-Valence to the north (up to the toll of Valence Nord) in the city quarter of Fontlozier [fr] to the south (to the toll of Valence Sud exit), thus bypassing the major part of the city whilst ensuring the city is served to the east. The Italian room was built between 1886 and 1887 by the architect Ange Madona. During antiquity, the existence of a bridge providing, as in Vienne, the link between the two shores, is likely. The central railway station of Valence is the Gare de Valence-Ville, located just south of the town centre. The hills (mostly limestone) have a double vegetation: Mediterranean on the southern side and Sub-continental on the northern side.  National guards were formed quickly, including in Valence, but communities found it insufficient, and they constituted local federations of mutual assistance, bypassing the old provincial divisions. After the convening of the Estates-General, agitation and anxiety grew until the storming of the Bastille, news of which reached the region around 20 July, causing hope but also increasing concerns of a reactionary plot of aristocrats. It is also a very large area because of the same formation of physical organisation, one of successive terraces. More than 100 cities are connected one or more times a week, some up to five times per day, such as London. According to INSEE in 2005, the percentage of the distribution of the labour force by sector of activity was: The industries of the city include metallurgical products, textiles, leather goods, jewelry and munitions, and it also serves as a processing and trade centre for the surrounding agricultural region. In its leisure and relaxation area, the park contains restaurants, a campsite, a hotel, a swimming pool, a tennis court, billiards, bowling, walks, and offers river cruises.. Thus, the Chony quarter (in the current commune of Bourg-lès-Valence), were found remains of pipes that belonged to the aqueduct that brought water from the source of the Treuil to Valence. The city then fell successively under the power of the Franks, the Arabs of Spain, the sovereigns of Arles, the emperors of Germany, the counts of Valentinois, the counts of Toulouse, as well as its own bishops, who struggled to retain the control of the city they had won in the fifth century. The Maison Dupré-Latour is a former mansion that was built by the Genas family, traders enriched by the salt trade.  With its growing importance, Valence gained the status of Roman colony. It made for a "delphinal palace", later occupied by the religious order of the Recollects. Its business is essentially turned towards the sectors of agriculture, metallurgy, engineering and electronics.. The monumental fountain [fr], designed by the architect Eugène Poitoux and dating from 1887, is located in the city centre, on the boulevards. The bandstand built in 1860 on the esplanade of the Champ de Mars served as the model the designer Raymond Peynet to immortalize his love, and which carries the name of Peynet kiosk [fr]. To avoid a trip to the city hall, the city of Valence has created five city hall branches in outlying quarters. , This strong presence has passed into the odonymy: a street and a square of the old Armenian quarter make reference to it: the Rue d’Arménie and the Place Missak Manouchian. Valence-Ville railway station was also the origin of the relationship which serves Livron [fr], Crest [fr], Die [fr], Veynes-Dévoluy [fr], Gap [fr], Embrun [fr] and Briançon. The cultural life of the community is very active, with 28 associations, including the Evangelical Church, the Armenian courts, and the House of Armenian culture.. For municipalities with more than 10,000, the latest legal population is published by INSEE for all municipalities. The two sectors of Briffaut (east and west), in east Valence, count 320 companies (200 on the sector of Briffaut East including an automotive hub combining various concessions and associated services; and 120 businesses of Briffaut West). There are also seven assistance intervention centres (CIS) in the Valence agglomeration (CIS of Beaumont-lès-Valence, Chabeuil, Etoile-sur-Rhône, Montélier, Portes-lès-Valence, Saint-Marcel-lès-Valence and Saint-Péray). This bypass is to develop because it is located in the core trunk with the D86, the main axis of the right bank of the Rhône.  The Woman-Mother-Child Centre welcomes paediatrics, neonatology and obstetrics, infant surgery, gynaecology and the hospitalisation units for woman and child. The rest was destroyed in a bombing raid during World War II on 15 August 1944. Created in 1850 and installed in the former bishopric since 1911, it houses a hundred drawings by Hubert Robert with lots of sanguine. 08/12/19-Coupe de France. The east ring road is of more recent design and it ensures the continuity of the RN 7, which offers a free alternative to the A7. Whether or not that existed, this ancient bridge was not replaced until the nineteenth century. It is situated on the left bank of the Rhône, about 100 kilometres (62 mi) south of Lyon, along the railway line that runs from Paris to Marseille. The dauphin Louis made numerous stays in Valence where, as a sign of allegiance, he donated a gate to the city, the Saunière gate and a few houses nearby. Valence Olympique Football, Valence-D'Albigeois, Midi-Pyrenees, France. This second module describes the angle of the Rue de l'Équerre; Place des Ormeaux [fr] exactly a square actus (i.e. French Towns and Lands of Art and History, Communauté d'agglomération Valence Romans Agglo, Chamber of commerce and industry of Drôme, Chamber of commerce and industry of the Drôme, fr:Liste des monuments historiques de Valence, competition of flowery cities and villages, 477th Light Anti-Aircraft Artillery Group, "Insee – Comparateur de territoire: Commune de Valence (26362), Unité urbaine de Valence (00651)", "Nom des habitants des communes françaises", "L'Express : Quand Valence rime avec croissance", "Fiche cours d'eau - L'Epervière (V4011060)", "Arboriculture biologique : 11 années d'expérimentation en vergers de pêchers et pommiers – Résultats expérimentaux 1994–2004, Suivi longitudinal, Impact du mode de production", "Libélo, le service vélo de VALENCE AGGLO Sud Rhône-Alpes, Guilherand-Granges, Saint-Péray, Cornas", "Les bâtiments voyageurs édifiés le long de la ligne impériale (La Compagnie du PLM : les gares de l'architecte Jules Bouchot)", "Le TGV pour Valence plus long et plus cher", "Drôme-Hebdo : Logements sociaux à Valence", "communauté d'agglomération Valence Agglo–Sud Rhône-Alpes", "paroisse Notre-Dame-des-Peuples-de-Valence", "Eglise protestante évangélique à Valence", "Liste des églises évangéliques dans le département de la Drôme : Valence", "Centre Hospitalier de Valence : Chiffres-clefs", "Hôpital Privé Drôme Ardèche : l'union de la Clinique Pasteur et de la Clinique Générale", "Dossier complet: Commune de Valence (26362)", "Parc de loisirs de l'Épervière de Valence", "Baptiste Poinot restaurateur : Chef étoilé", "Perspectives actuelles de l'aménagement urbain à Valence-sur-Rhône", "La colonie arménienne de Valence-sur-Rhône", "Espace et Révolution : enquête, grande peur et fédérations", Nariné Simonian concert at the Notre-Dame de Valence church, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Valence,_Drôme&oldid=985639951, Articles with dead external links from December 2017, Articles with permanently dead external links, Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from the 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica with Wikisource reference, Wikipedia articles incorporating text from the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Articles with dead external links from July 2018, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles containing Occitan (post 1500)-language text, Pages using infobox settlement with image map1 but not image map, All articles with vague or ambiguous time, All articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases, Articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases from May 2015, Articles with unsourced statements from May 2015, Articles with unsourced statements from July 2016, Articles containing potentially dated statements from 1997, All articles containing potentially dated statements, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz area identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. One of the major issues of the municipality is the opening up of the Hauts-de-Valence, which is subject to a program of urban renewal of €117 million, jointly funded by the city and the National Agency for urban renewal [fr] (ANRU).
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