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Canal de la Tremblade
France
La Tremblade et son port de La Grève sont amarrés sur la rive gauche de l’estuaire de la Seudre, proche de l’embouchure et du pertuis de Maumusson, bras de mer entre le continent et l’île d’Oléron. L’origine de La Tremblade Pour l’anecdote, nous vous livrons une explication que nous avons relevée dans des articles publiés sur La Tremblade. Pour certains, le nom de La Tremblade viendrait du nom d’un ancien village, Trembledam. Pour d’autres, le nom viendrait de la tremblote provoquée par la fièvre chez les personnes atteintes du paludisme, fréquent dans ces marais insalubres. Ref: http://www.bernezac.com/La-Tremblade.htm
Copyright: Michel M A L H E R B E.
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Taken: 12/07/2014
Uploaded: 07/08/2014
Updated: 10/04/2015
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