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View on the Durance

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View of the river Durance at the beginning of summer when the water level is still high

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Nearby images in Hautes Alpes


A: Swimming Pool Alps

by Michel Geven, 320 meters away

Swimming pool on the campsite of Iscle de Prelles located in the French Alps near the national parcs ...

Swimming Pool Alps

B: Mobil home on campping

by Michel Geven, 390 meters away

Enjoying the summer on campsite Iscle de Prelles in the Hautes Alpes

Mobil home on campping

C: Vilar Meyer Troglodyte

by Louis-Alexis Fontaine, 5.2 km away

Troglodyte (or plural Troglodytes) may refer to:    * Troglodytae or Troglodyti, an ancient group of ...

Vilar Meyer Troglodyte

D: War memorial Briançon

by Michel Geven, 5.9 km away

War memorial in the centre of the city of Briançon

War memorial Briançon

E: Family in front of the gate

by Michel Geven, 5.9 km away

Family perched on wall in front of the historic center of Briançon

Family in front of the gate

F: Entrance of Briançon

by Michel Geven, 5.9 km away

Pole panorama of the entrance of the historic city of Briançon in the Hautes Alpes

Entrance of Briançon

G: Gate to Briançon

by Michel Geven, 5.9 km away

Pole panorama of the Gate to the historic center of the city of Briançon in the French alps

Gate to Briançon

This panorama was taken in Hautes Alpes

This is an overview of Hautes Alpes

The department is surrounded by the following French departments: Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, Drôme, Isère, and Savoie. Italy borders it on the east.

Hautes-Alpes is located in the Alps mountain range. The average elevations is over 1000 m, and the highest elevation is over 4000 m. The only three sizable towns are Gap, Briançon, and Embrun, which was the subprefecture until 1926.

The third highest commune in all of Europe is the village of Saint-Véran. Gap and Briançon are the highest prefecture and subprefecture in France.

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