Hauts-de-France

Hauts-de-France is the northernmost region of , located to the north of the French capital and situated on the English Channel at the point closest to .

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is the capital of the region in northern and the core of one of the largest metropolitan agglomerations in the country.

is a city in the region of .

is an attractive town in the region of .

is a fashionable seaside resort in .

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or Boulogne is a city and port in the Côte d'Opale region of .

Hardelot Plage is a medium sized beach resort in the region of France, approximately equidistant along the coast from to the North and to the South.

is a city in the Aisne département of , in northern .

is a city in . , 20 km south of the English Channel, can be reached by car from the north or the southeast by the A16 or from the southwest by the A28 or E402.

is a commune in the Somme department in , in northern .

is the capital of the northern region of .

is a town in the region of in .

For other uses, see , a town to the north of and its metropolis, is the site of one of the most famous and beautiful châteaux.

is a small city of 40,000 inhabitants in the region of , known for its belfry.

is a small city in the region of northern .

is a town in Oise , approximately 90 km from the centre of .

or Montreuil-sur-Mer is an historic walled town in in .

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