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Encyclopedia > Saint Denis

Saint Denis can refer to:

Several communes in France:

  • Saint-Denis,in the Aude département
  • Saint-Denis, in the Gard département
  • Saint-Denis, in the Seine-Saint-Denis département, home of Saint Denis Basilica
  • Saint-Denis, in the Yonne département
  • Saint-Denis, capital of the French overseas département of Réunion

Part of the name of several communes of France:

  • Saint-Denis-Catus, in the Lot département
  • Saint-Denis-Combarnazat, in the Puy-de-Dôme département
  • Saint-Denis-d'Aclon, in the Seine-Maritime département
  • Saint-Denis-d'Anjou, in the Mayenne département
  • Saint-Denis-d'Augerons, in the Eure département
  • Saint-Denis-d'Authou, in the Eure-et-Loir département
  • Saint-Denis-de-Cabanne, in the Loire département
  • Saint-Denis-de-Gastines, in the Mayenne département
  • Saint-Denis-de-Jouhet, in the Indre département
  • Saint-Denis-de-l'Hôtel, in the Loiret département
  • Saint Denis de Mailloc, in the Calvados département
  • Saint Denis de Méré, in the Calvados département
  • Saint-Denis-de-Palin, in the Cher département
  • Saint-Denis-de-Pile, in the Gironde département
  • Saint-Denis-des-Coudrais, in the Sarthe département
  • Saint-Denis-des-Monts, in the Eure département
  • Saint-Denis-des-Murs, in the Haute-Vienne département
  • Saint-Denis-des-Puits, in the Eure-et-Loir département
  • Saint-Denis-de-Vaux, in the e Saône-et-Loire département
  • Saint-Denis-de-Villenette, in the Orne département
  • Saint-Denis-d'Oléron, in the Charente-Maritime département
  • Saint-Denis-d'Orques, in the Sarthe département
  • Saint-Denis-du-Béhélan, in the Eure département
  • Saint-Denis-du-Maine, in the Mayenne département
  • Saint-Denis-du-Payré, in the Vendée département
  • Saint-Denis-du-Pin, in the Charente-Maritime département
  • Saint-Denis-en-Bugey, in the Ain département
  • Saint-Denis-en-Margeride, in the Lozère département
  • Saint-Denis-en-Val, in the Loiret département
  • Saint-Denis-la-Chevasse, in the Vendée département
  • Saint-Denis-le-Ferment, in the Eure département
  • Saint-Denis-le-Gast, in the Manche département
  • Saint-Denis-lès-Bourg, in the Ain département
  • Saint-Denis-lès-Martel, in the Lot département
  • Saint-Denis-les-Ponts, in the Eure-et-Loir département
  • Saint-Denis-lès-Rebais, in the e Seine-et-Marne département
  • Saint-Denis-le-Thiboult, in the Seine-Maritime département
  • Saint-Denis-le-Vêtu, in the Manche département
  • Saint Denis Maisoncelles, in the Calvados département
  • Saint-Denis-sur-Coise, in the Loire département
  • Saint-Denis-sur-Huisne, in the Orne département
  • Saint-Denis-sur-Loire, in the e Loir-et-Cher département
  • Saint-Denis-sur-Ouanne, in the Yonne département
  • Saint-Denis-sur-Sarthon, in the Orne département
  • Saint-Denis-sur-Scie, in the Seine-Maritime département

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Denis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (361 words)
Saint Denis, also known as Denise, Dionysius, or Dennis is a Christian saint, bishop of Paris, martyr, and a patron saint of France.
Gregory of Tours simply states of Denis that he was bishop of the Parisii and was martyred by being beheaded by a sword: (Beatus Dionysius Parisiorum episcopus diversis pro Christi nomine adfectus poenis praesentem vitam gladio immente finivit, [History of the Franks I, 30]).
Denis with his inseparable companions, the priest Rusticus and the deacon Eleutherius, who were martyred with him, settled on the Ile de la Cité in the Seine.
Saint Denis Basilica - Simple English Wikipedia (157 words)
Saint Denis Basilica is a famous burial place for the Kings of France.
It is in Saint Denis, which is near Paris, France.
Saint Denis is the patron saint of France.
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