Grenoble

Grenoble is a city of around 158,000 inhabitants in 2017 in the . The climate is quite cold in winter, with days of snow almost every year. Summers are known to be hot, as mountains surrounding the town stop any wind.
Photo: Brücke-Osteuropa, Public domain.

Notable Places in the Area

Museum
The is a municipal museum of Fine Arts and antiquities in the city of Grenoble in the region of France. Photo: Milky, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Stadium
The is a rugby and football stadium in Grenoble, . Photo: Milky, FAL.

Tourist attraction
The is the name of a fortress culminating at 476 m above sea level, located at the south end of the Chartreuse mountain range and overlooking the city of Grenoble, . Photo: Milky, Public domain.

Tourist attraction
La is a historic 19th century villa, in the commune of near Grenoble, in the Department of , within the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region of France. Photo: Morburre, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

Town
is a commune in the department in southeastern . Photo: Binnette, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Town
is a commune in the department in southeastern . Photo: CORLIN, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Town
is a commune in the department in southeastern France. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Grenoble

Latitude
45.1876° or 45° 11' 15.2" north
Longitude
5.7358° or 5° 44' 8.8" east
Open Location Code
8FQ75PQP+28
Population
158,000
IATA airport code
GNO
United Nations Location Code
FR GNB
Name during the French Revolution
Grelibre
Elevation
218 metres (715 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 26686589
Geo­Names ID
3014728
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Also Known As

  • Abkhazian: Grenoble
  • Afrikaans: Grenoble
  • Albanian: Grenoble
  • Amharic: ግረኖብል
  • Arabic: Grenoble
  • Arabic: غرونوبل
  • Aragonese: Grenoble
  • Armenian: Գրենոբլ
  • Arpitan: Grenoblo
  • Asturian: Grenoble
  • Azerbaijani: Qrenobl
  • Azerbaijani: Qrönobl
  • Bambara: Grenoble
  • Bashkir: Гренобль
  • Basque: Grenoble
  • Bavarian: Grenoble
  • Belarusian: Грэнобль
  • Bengali: গ্রনোবল
  • Breton: Grenoble
  • Bulgarian: Гренобъл
  • Cajun French: Grenoble
  • Catalan: Grenoble
  • Cebuano: Grenoble
  • Chechen: Гренобль
  • Chinese: Grenoble
  • Chinese: 格勒諾勃
  • Chinese: 格勒諾布爾
  • Chinese: 格勒诺布尔
  • Chuvash: Грeнобль
  • Corsican: Grenoble
  • Croatian: Grenoble
  • Czech: Grenoble
  • Danish: Grenoble
  • Dimli (individual language): Grenoble
  • Dutch: Grenoble
  • Egyptian Arabic: جرونوبل
  • Esperanto: Grenoblo
  • Estonian: Grenoble
  • Extremaduran: Grenoble
  • Faroese: Grenoble
  • Finnish: Grenoble
  • French: Grenoble
  • Friulian: Grenoble
  • Galician: Grenoble
  • Georgian: გრენობლი
  • German: Grenoble
  • Greek: Γκρενόμπλ
  • Gujarati: ગ્રેનોબલ
  • Hausa: Grenoble
  • Hebrew: גרנובל
  • Hindi: ग्रेनोब्ल
  • Hungarian: Grenoble
  • Icelandic: Grenoble
  • Ido: Grenoble
  • Indonesian: Grenoble
  • Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): Grenoble
  • Interlingue: Grenoble
  • Irish: Grenoble
  • Italian: Grenoble
  • Jamaican Creole English: Grenoble
  • Japanese: グルノーブル
  • Javanese: Grenoble
  • Kabyle: Grenoble
  • Kalaallisut: Grenoble
  • Kannada: ಗ್ರೆನೊಬಲ್
  • Kannada: ಗ್ರೇನೋಬ್ಲ್
  • Kazakh: Гренобль
  • Kongo: Grenoble
  • Korean: 그르노블
  • Kurdish: Grenoble
  • Ladino: Grenoble
  • Latin: Gratianopolis
  • Latvian: Grenoble
  • Ligurian: Grenoble
  • Limburgan: Grenoble
  • Lingala: Grenoble
  • Lithuanian: Grenoblis
  • Lombard: Grenoble
  • Low German: Grenoble
  • Luxembourgish: Grenobel
  • Macedonian: Гренобл
  • Mainfränkisch: Grenoble
  • Malagasy: Grenoble
  • Malay: Grenoble
  • Marathi: ग्रेनोबल
  • Mazanderani: گرونوبل
  • Min Nan Chinese: Grenoble
  • Minangkabau: Grenoble
  • Narom: Grenoble
  • Neapolitan: Grenoble
  • Norwegian: Grenoble
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Grenoble
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Grenoble
  • Occitan (post 1500): Grenoble
  • Occitan (post 1500): Grenòble
  • Ossetian: Гренобль
  • Papiamento: Grenoble
  • Persian: گرونوبل
  • Picard: Grenoble
  • Piemontese: Grenoble
  • Polish: Grenoble
  • Pontic: Γκρενόμπλ
  • Portuguese: Grenoble
  • Prussian: Grenoble
  • Quechua: Grenoble
  • Romagnol: Grenoble
  • Romanian: Grenoble
  • Romansh: Grenoble
  • Russian: Грeнобль
  • Russian: Гренобль
  • Sardinian: Grenoble
  • Saterfriesisch: Grenoble
  • Scots: Grenoble
  • Scottish Gaelic: Grenoble
  • Serbian: Grenoble
  • Serbian: Гренобл
  • Serbo-Croatian: Grenoble
  • Sicilian: Grenoble
  • Sinhala: ග්ර්නොබ්ල්
  • Slovak: Grenoble
  • Slovenian: Grenoble
  • South Azerbaijani: گرونوبل
  • Spanish: Grenoble
  • Swahili: Grenoble
  • Swedish: Grenoble
  • Swiss German: Grenoble
  • Tamil: கிரனோபிள்
  • Tatar: Гренобль
  • Telugu: గ్రెనోబుల్
  • Thai: เกรอนอบล์
  • Tosk Albanian: Grenoble
  • Turkish: Grenoble
  • Turkmen: Grenoble
  • Twi: Grenoble
  • Ukrainian: Гренобль
  • Urdu: گرونوبل
  • Uzbek: Grenobl
  • Uzbek: Grenoble
  • Venetian: Grenoble
  • Veps: Grenobl'
  • Veps: Grenobl
  • Vietnamese: Grenoble
  • Vlaams: Grenoble
  • Volapük: Grenoble
  • Walloon: Grenoble
  • Waray (Philippines): Grenoble
  • Welsh: Grenoble
  • Western Frisian: Grenoble
  • Western Panjabi: گرینوبل
  • Wolof: Grenoble
  • Wu Chinese: 格勒诺布尔
  • Yiddish: גרענאבלע
  • Yue Chinese: 格勒諾勃
  • Zulu: Grenoble

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