Ing Nord-Pas-de-Calais metung ya kareng 26 a labuad ning France . Ing kayang bibilug kaniti ilapin deng departamentu ning Nord at Pas-de-Calais , king pangulu at atin yang sepu keng Belgium .

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Nord-Pas-de-Calais combines the names of the constituent departments of Nord (literally 'North', the northernmost department of France ) and Pas-de-Calais ('Strait of Calais', the French name of the Strait of Dover ). The regional council, however, spells the name Nord-Pas de Calais . [3]

The northern part of the region was historically a part of the County of Flanders , with Douai as its capital. Those [4] who wish to evidence the historical links the region has with Belgium and the Netherlands prefer to call this region the French Low Countries , which also means French Netherlands in French (French: Pays-Bas français ; Dutch: Franse Nederlanden or Franse Lage Landen ). Other alternative names are Région Flandre(s)-Artois , Hauts-de-France , ('Upper France') and Picardie-du-Nord ('Northern Picardy ').

Inhabited since prehistoric times, the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region has always been a strategic (and hence one of the most fought-over) region in Europe. French President Charles de Gaulle , who was born in Lille, called the region a "fatal avenue" through which invading armies repeatedly passed. Over the centuries, it was conquered in turn by the Celtic Belgae , the Romans , the Germanic Franks , England, the Spanish and Austrian Netherlands , and the Dutch Republic . After the final French annexation in the early 18th century, much of the region was again occupied by Germany during the First and Second World Wars.

Ing Nord-Pas-de-Calais metung ya kareng 26 a labuad ning France . Ing kayang bibilug kaniti ilapin deng departamentu ning Nord at Pas-de-Calais , king pangulu at atin yang sepu keng Belgium .

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Ing Nord-Pas-de-Calais metung ya kareng 26 a labuad ning France . Ing kayang bibilug kaniti ilapin deng departamentu ning Nord at Pas-de-Calais , king pangulu at atin yang sepu keng Belgium .

Ing Nord-Pas-de-Calais metung ya kareng 26 a labuad ning France . Ing kayang bibilug kaniti ilapin deng departamentu ning Nord at Pas-de-Calais , king pangulu at atin yang sepu keng Belgium .

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Nord-Pas-de-Calais combines the names of the constituent departments of Nord (literally 'North', the northernmost department of France ) and Pas-de-Calais ('Strait of Calais', the French name of the Strait of Dover ). The regional council, however, spells the name Nord-Pas de Calais . [3]

The northern part of the region was historically a part of the County of Flanders , with Douai as its capital. Those [4] who wish to evidence the historical links the region has with Belgium and the Netherlands prefer to call this region the French Low Countries , which also means French Netherlands in French (French: Pays-Bas français ; Dutch: Franse Nederlanden or Franse Lage Landen ). Other alternative names are Région Flandre(s)-Artois , Hauts-de-France , ('Upper France') and Picardie-du-Nord ('Northern Picardy ').

Inhabited since prehistoric times, the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region has always been a strategic (and hence one of the most fought-over) region in Europe. French President Charles de Gaulle , who was born in Lille, called the region a "fatal avenue" through which invading armies repeatedly passed. Over the centuries, it was conquered in turn by the Celtic Belgae , the Romans , the Germanic Franks , England, the Spanish and Austrian Netherlands , and the Dutch Republic . After the final French annexation in the early 18th century, much of the region was again occupied by Germany during the First and Second World Wars.

Nord-Pas-de-Calais gained its current status as a metropolitan region in the year 1982. The government of Nord-Pas-de-Calais is lead by Daniel Percheronand is based in the metropolitan region capital of Lille (Population: 228,328).

The most populous cities in Nord-Pas-de-Calais are: Lille (Population: 228,328), Roubaix (Population: 95,721), Tourcoing (Population: 91,574), Calais (Population: 74,433), Dunkerque (Population: 71,287).


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