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  • From the different terraces are splendid views of the curiously-shaped surrounding mountains and of the plains of the Limagne.

    The South of France—East Half

  • A coach from this station goes to Randan in the Limagne, 8 m.

    The South of France—East Half

  • The road to Murols discloses beautiful views of Limagne as it passes Montredon, Chomeilles, Breuil,

    The South of France—East Half

  • For there right before me stood the immutable mountains, which stand enormous and sullen, but also vague at the base, and, therefore, in their summits, unearthly, above the Limagne.

    On Something

  • You can stand upon the high wooden ridge of Foreze and see them take the morning across the mists and the flat of the Limagne, where the Gauls fought Caesar.

    First and Last

  • I do not know why the Puy de Dôme should be my favourite mountain, but so it is, and never did it look lovelier than to-day, as, with its sister volcanoes, pyramid upon pyramid of warm purple, it towered above the green Limagne; gradually the rest receded from view, till at last nothing was left but that solitary dome of amethyst under the golden heaven.

    The Roof of France

  • -- I am packing up my trunks and saying good-by to the charming little district so calm and silent, to the green mountain, to the quiet valleys, to the deserted Casino, from which you can see, almost veiled by its light, bluish mist, the immense plain of the Limagne.

    Complete Original Short Stories of Guy De Maupassant

  • It is the Limagne, an immense level, always enveloped in a light veil of vapor.

    Complete Original Short Stories of Guy De Maupassant

  • Allier flows through the fair and spacious plain of Limagne; and the inexhaustible fertility of the soil supplied, and still supplies, without any interval of repose, the constant repetition of the same harvests.

    History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 3

  • In the Lower Auvergne, the River Allier flows through the fair and spacious plain of Limagne; and the inexhaustible fertility of the soil supplied, and still supplies, without any interval of repose, the constant repetition of the same harvests.

    History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 3

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