GeographySaverdun is crossed by the Ariège.
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Places and monuments
Personalities related to the commune
- Jacques Baker (towards 1285 - 1342), elected Pope with Avignon in 1334 under the name of Benoit XII.
- the General-Baron Jacques-Thomas Sarrut born in Saverdun on August 16th 1765. Under the French revolution was useful and the First Empire, honoured for its feats of arms and its courage by the Emperor Napoleon 1st, died on June 26th 1813 (Bataille of Vitoria - Spain).
- Michel Roussel, ex-director of investigations of the cell Homicide 31, Essay writer, born in Saverdun on February 19th 1961.
- Fabien Pelous, player of Rugby (2nd line) Captain of the Team of France of Rugby to XV, 110 selections.
- Common of Ariège
- Internet site of the town of Saverdun
- Saverdun on the site of the national geographical Institute
- Saverdun on the site of INSEE
- Saverdun on the site of Quid
- Localization of Saverdun on a chart of France and communes bordering
- Plane on Saverdun on Mapquest
- Protestant Institute of Saverdun
- echo of Saverdun
- reflection citizen
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