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Haute-Savoie

Haute-Savoie consists of the small nook of France, bordering Switzerland, across Lake Geneva to the north, and Italy to the east. It is a department in .
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is a resort in the region of France, bordering Italy, at the foot of .

is the highest summit of Western Europe, on the border between France and Italy.

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, in the north of the , is called "the of " — a well-deserved title.

is a small mountain commune in the Haute Savoie department of the French Alps.

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pronounced is a commune of the Haute-Savoie département in France.

is a traditional French alpine town in , 90 km from Geneva international airport in Switzerland.

is a ski resort town in the French part of the .

is a city in . is ideally located as it is only an hour’s drive from Geneva airport.

is an Alpine resort in the department of south-eastern France.

is a city in the region of France, located directly across the border from , .

is a town in the . Together with the neighboring town of Grand Bornand, forms the center of the Aravis ski area.

is a small town on the east shore of , in the French département of .

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Esperanto:  Alta Savojo French:  Département de la Haute-Savoie French:  Département de la Haute-Vienne Italian:  Alta Savoia Portuguese:  Alta Sabóia Spanish:  Alta Saboya Spanish:  Alta Savoya Q12751

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