Towns & Parks named Bouy

There are five towns in France with the name BOUY:

 
VILLAGE de BOUY
The village of Bouy is a commune (or town) in the Marne Department, Champagne Region of France. It had a population of 552 people in 2015. It is 15 km from Chalons-en-Champagne, the department capital, and 148 km (about 2 hours drive) from Paris. 


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I visited the Village of Bouy on 15 May 2013, and found it to be a small, charming place with friendly locals. They dubbed me "Le Mayor de Bouy" when I showed them my passport with my name.

 
 
 
 
VILLAGE de BERRY-BOUY
The village of Berry-Bouy is located in the Cher department, Loire Valley region, in the centre of France. It is 9 km from Bourges, the department capital, and 194 km from Paris. It had a population of 1186 residents in 2015.

The village of Berry-Bouy was created in 1841 when two ancient localities named Berry and Bouy were united. 
  • Berry was called Baracum in 595, then Bariacum, then in 1215 Bairi, then Berry-Marmagne.
  • Bouy was called Buxogilum in 856, Boiaco in 1080 and Bouy in 1246. 

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VILLAGE de SOISY-BOUY
Soisy-Bouy is situated in the Seine-et-Marne department, Paris region, of France. It is 47 km from Melun, the department capital, and 79 km from Paris. It had a population of 812 residents in 2015.

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VILLAGE de BOUY-LUXEMBOURG
Bouy-Luxembourg is situated in the Aube department, Champagne-Ardenne region, in the north-east of France. It is 15 km from Troyes, the department capital, and 150 km from Paris. It had a population of 211 residents in 2015.


BOUY-sur-ORVIN
The name means "Bouy on Orvin" as it is situated in the Orvin river valley.

The village of Bouy-sur-Orvin is located in the Aube department, Champagne-Ardenne region, in the north-east of France. It is 45 km from Troyes, the department capital, and 98 km from Paris. It had a population of 59 people in 2015.

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Page updated 26 November 2018


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