The Seine-Maritime ( 76 ) is a department French.
HistoryThe department of the Seine-Lower was created with the French revolution, the March 4th 1790 pursuant to the law of the December 22nd 1789, starting from part of the province of Normandy.
Leitartikel: History of the Seine-Maritime
GeographyThe Seine-Maritime belongs to the area High-Normandy. It is bordering on the departments of the Somme, the Oise and the the Eure, and is bathed by the Manche of the estuary of the the Seine to the mouth of the Bresle.
The chalky plate of the Pays of Caux is in the department.
Leitartikel: Geography of the Seine-Maritime
ClimateLeitartikel: Climate of the Seine-Maritime Climate of the oceanic Seine-Maritime east . There exist differences in temperatures between the littoral and the interior of the department. In winter, the temperatures recorded on the coast are softer than those raised more in the east. The opposite effect is notable in summer. The grounds of the Country of Bray, located more in altitude, know some snow-covered episodes in winter. The dominant winds come from south-west or the west. They can blow in storms in autumn and winter. The whole of the department is well sprinkled.
EconomyLeitartikel: Economy of the Seine-Maritime
- Some statistics:
- Unemployment rate: 10,7%
- Distribution of the active population by economic sector: tertiary sector 71.5% secondary industry 22% primary sector 3,5%
- Agriculture: cereals, flax (Country of Caux), beets, colza
- Fishing: Dieppe, Le Havre, Fécamp, Tréport…
- Breeding: Country of Bray (dairy breeding), Country of Caux (meat, milk)
- Industry: industrial parks in the valley of the the Seine, with three principal poles:
- petrochemistry, refineries (Total, Esso, Shell)
- advanced technology industries
- automobile: machine Sandouville (Renault), Cléon (Renault)
- Two nuclear plants: Penly in the north of Dieppe and Paluel in the Tertiary north of Fécamp
DemographyIn December 2005, a survey was carried out here to determine the name to give to its inhabitants. Since 2006, the inhabitants of the Seine-Maritime thus are officially called Seinomarins/Seinomarines.
Leitartikel: Demography of the Seine-Maritime
CultureLeitartikel: Culture in Seine-Maritime
TourismLeitartikel: Tourism in Seine-Maritime
- Several tourist roads in the department make it possible to discover the inheritance according to a topic:
- the road of the Abbey S: Abbey of Graville to the Harbor, that of Saint-Ouen with Rouen, while passing by Montivilliers, the Abbey of Gruchet-le-Valasse, the Abbey of Saint-Wandrille, the Abbey of Jumièges and Saint-Martin-with-Boscherville.
- the road of the Ivory (Dieppe, Yvetôt)
- the road of the Glass (Country of Bray)
- the road of the Dovecote S (Country of Caux)
- the road of the fruits (valley of the the Seine, the summer)
- Parks and natural reserves
- Regional natural park of the Loops of the Seine Norman
- the Coast of Alabaster, its pebble beaches and its cliffs
- castle of Arch-the-Battles (vestiges)
- Château of Etelan (blazing Rebirth) to Saint-Maurice-in Ételan
- Château of Dies (Xvi-18th century) in Gommerville.
The Seine-Maritime presents the characteristic to have 8 drainage ducts between Rouen and the mouth allowing the crossing of the Seine by vats amphidromes in the absence of bridges.
PolicyLeitartikel: Political of the Seine-Maritime
List of the deputies of the Seine-Maritime
- List of the senators of the Seine-Maritime
- List of the general advisers of the Common Seine-Maritime
- of the Seine-Maritime
- Old communes of the Seine-Maritime
the General advice publishes: Seine-Maritime the magazine
AdministrationLeitartikel: Administration of the Seine-Maritime
List of the prefects of the Seine-Maritime
For the Catholic church, the department corresponds to the Diocèse of Rouen and to the Diocèse of the Havre.
- Strong presence of the reformed Church (Protestant) with Bolbec, Lillebonne, Le Havre, and Rouen
- With Tweed, mosque of rite malékite.
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