Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes is a large region in southeastern . It is popular with all kinds of visitors, from mountaineers and winter sports enthusiasts, to gastronomes, wine buffs, and those looking for a city break.

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is the capital of the administrative region of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, created by a 2016 merger of with Auvergne.

is a massif of mountains and plateaus east of the Rhône Valley, between the valleys of the rivers Drôme and Isère, in the region of .

is a city of around 158,000 inhabitants in the .

is a resort in the region of France, bordering Italy, at the foot of .


is the region that surrounds the city of in south-eastern , consisting of the departments of Ain, Loire, and Rhône plus the Lyon Metropolis, a "territorial collectivity" with the same powers as a department.

consists of the small nook of France, bordering Switzerland, across Lake Geneva to the north, and Italy to the east.

The is an extensive region of central , belonging to the larger region of .

are the two southernmost departments of the region in south-central .


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