Learn about the French Department of Cher

Cher is named after the Cher River, it is one of the original 83 departments created during the French Revolution in March 1790. Most of it was created, along with the adjacent department of Indre from the former province of Berry, explaining why people of live in Cher are called ‘Berrichons’. The southeastern corner of the department was part of the Duchy of Bourbon.  Cher is part of the current administrative region of Centre-Val de Loire and is surrounded by the departments of Indre, Loir-et-Cher, Loiret, Nièvre, Allier and Creuse. The capital administrative city is Bourges, and one of the  major attraction is the Cathedral of St. Étienne. You can learn more about this french department…
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Sancergues, Cher, Loire Valley
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  • 12.84 ha
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Marmagne, Cher, Loire Valley
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  • 0.55 ha
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  • 15 ha
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St Amand Montrond, Cher, Loire Valley
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  • 5 ha