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Pau (Atlantic Pyrenees)
Pau is a French city in the southwest of the country. It is the capital of the department of the Atlantic Pyrenees, in the New Aquitaine region. It is located in the heart of the former sovereign state of Béarn, which was the capital since 1464. The river Gave de Pau runs south of the commune. Alphonse de Lamartine said of the city that "it has the most beautiful view of the world on earth, just as Naples has the most beautiful view of the sea."
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Pau Castle is a medieval castle located in the French city of Pau, in the region called Bearne (department of Pyrénées-Atlantiques). The building is famous for having seen the birth of Henry IV of France and III of Navarra.
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The Bearne (in French, Béarn; in Béarn gascon: Bearn [beˈar] or Biarn [bjar]; in Aragonese, Biarn; in Basque, Bearno) is a natural and historical region of France located at the foot of the Pyrenees, in the Current department of the Atlantic Pyrenees. It corresponds to an old sovereign state and an old French province that emerged after the unification with the royal crown in 1620. The history of Béarn is linked to illustrious figures such as Gaston Fébus, Henri d'Albret and evidently Henry IV. This small state was able to maintain its independence for centuries with its powerful French and Spanish neighbors. He never stopped defending freedom and justice for all Bearnese, in a wise mix of aristocracy and democracy (although they are anachronistic elements in the Middle Ages). The fuels of Bearne represent the oldest written legislation in France, and it was both a political letter and a code of justice to which even the sovereign of Bearn could not escape.
Since the French Revolution, Bearne constitutes the eastern part of the department of the Atlantic Pyrenees (64), which occupies 3/5 of the territory. It is crossed diagonally by the gaves of Pau and Olorón, whose parallel valleys are the liveliest part of the country. The Béarnaise economy has always depended heavily on agricultural activity, but still maintains a strong tradition in this field. The Bearn is also geared towards high-tech industries, such as aeronautics and geosciences (aided by the discovery of the Lacq gas field in 1951). Bearn had 365 650 inhabitants in 2012 and its capital is Pau since 1464.
His name is bearnés.
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The district of Pau is a district (in French arrondissement) of France, which is located in the department of Pyrénées-Atlantiques (in French Pyrenees-Atlantiques), in the New Aquitaine region. It has 21 cantons and 269 communes.
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Pau Grand Prix
The Pau Grand Prix (official name in French: Grand Prix de Pau) is a speed racing race played on the weekend of Pentecost in an urban racing circuit located in the city of Pau, France. The route is 2,760 meters long. Among the different winners of the race are drivers such as Louis Renault, Tazio Nuvolari, Juan Manuel Fangio, Alberto Ascari, Jim Clark, Jackie Stewart, Jean Alesi, Juan Pablo Montoya and Lewis Hamilton.
The first edition, disputed in 1901, is the first in history to be called Grand Prix. The second edition was held in 1933, and then between 1935 and 1939. The Pau Grand Prix was held between 1946 and 1963 (except in 1953) as a non-scoring date of Formula 1 and Formula 2 in turn. The race was part of the French and European Formula 2 championships until 1984, and the International Formula 3000 from 1985 to 1998.
Between 1999 and 2002, the race was held with the name European Formula 3 Cup as an independent event, as was the Macau Grand Prix and the Formula 3 Masters. Pau joined the 2003, 2004 and 2005 Formula 3 calendar Euroseries, and that of British Formula 3 for the year 2006.
In parallel, the French Championship of Superturisms played the Pau Grand Prix from 1993 to 2000, and its successor the French Silhouettes Championship from 2001 to 2004. In addition, the French GT Championship ran there in 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2005, while the British GT Championship ran alongside guests of the French pageant in 2006.
From 2007 to 2009, the World Touring Car Championship and the International Master Formula disputed that competition. Formula 3 Euroseries returned to Pau for the only time in 2008.
The Pau Grand Prix was not played in 2010. The race returned in 2011, with a date of the International Formula 3 Trophy as the main race and dates of different French car racing championships as winners. The race was scoring for the British Formula 3 in 2012, while there was no Formula 3 race in 2013. From 2014 to 2018, the Pau Grand Prix was scoring for the European Formula 3. In 2016 he also ran the GT4 European Cup, and since 2017 he has done the FFSA GT Championship. Since 2019, the stellar race is from Eurofórmula Open.
The French Formula Renault 2.0 was a teller for several decades until 2006, and the Formula Renault 2.0 WEC in 2009. Formula 3 has run in Pau since 2011, except in 2013 when the Formula 2.0 Pau Trophy was held. In 2019 it was part of the Euroformula Open championship.
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Pau train station is a railway station located in the commune of Pau (department of Pyrénées-Atlantiques). It is a stop of the Atlantic TGV that connects Tarbes to the Paris Montparnasse train station through Bordeaux.
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Pau Museum of Fine Arts
The Pau Museum of Fine Arts (France) is a municipal museum in the city of Pau (Pyrénées-Atlantiques). Founded in 1864 at the initiative of the Bearnese Society of Friends of the Arts, it is the second most important museum in Aquitaine, after the Bordeaux Museum of Fine Arts.