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Of volcanic origin, Réunion consists mostly of rugged mountains and short torrential rivers. It is located about 450 mi (724 km) east of Madagascar, in the Indian Ocean. First explored by Portuguese navigators in the 16th century, the island of Réunion, then uninhabited, was taken as a French possession in 1642.

Réunion | World | The Guardian

Réunion debris is from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, French prosecutor says. Flaperon found on Indian Ocean island in July confirmed by prosecutor as being from Boeing 777 that disappeared in ...

Reunion - definition of reunion by The Free Dictionary

Ré·un·ion (rē-yo͞on′yən, rā-ü-nyôN′) An island of France in the western Indian Ocean southwest of Mauritius. Previously uninhabited, it was visited by the Portuguese in the early 1500s and first colonized by the French in the mid-1600s as the Isle de Bourbon. Renamed Réunion in 1793, it became an overseas department in 1946. re·un·ion ...

Réunion – Travel guide at Wikivoyage

Reunion (French: La Réunion) is a French overseas department located in the midst of the Indian Ocean, east of the island of Madagascar and 200 km to the south-west of Mauritius, in East Africa.This enchanting destination is blessed with a tropical climate and beautiful volcanic landscapes, with its appeal being as much due to its white sandy beaches as its mountain scenery.

Map of Reunion Island and Reunion Map and Information Page

This wildly beautiful and rugged volcanic island (with a very active volcano), was uninhabited when discovered by the Portuguese in the early 16th century In 1643 it was claimed by the French.They named it Bourbon and established their first colony here in 1662. In the years that followed, slaves from Africa were imported to work the sugar plantations.

The Female Shark Spotter Protecting Réunion Island’s ...

Réunion Island, some 400 miles east of Madagascar, is one of the highest-risk locations for shark encounters in the world. Surfing there is illegal except for two small, netted areas, patrolled ...

Welcome to Reunion Island

Reunion Island is a French island with a population of about 800,000 located in the Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar, about 200 kilometres (120 mi) south west of Mauritius, the nearest island.

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Paroisse Saint- Benoît - La Réunion. 2.1K likes. Paroisse catholique Saint Benoit - Ile de la Réunion.

Réunion – Wikipédia

Réunion 1973 óta a francia fegyveres erők legfontosabb indiai-óceáni támaszpontja, a szigeten mintegy 4000 katona állomásozik. Kezdetben fegyencgyarmatként használták, majd kávét, később cukornádat termesztettek itt. "Île de la Réunion" Népesség, nyelv, vallás

Réunion – Wikipedia tiếng Việt

Đảo Réunion (tiếng Pháp: Réunion hay chính thức là La Réunion; trước đây là Île Bourbon) là một hòn đảo nhỏ nằm trong Ấn Độ Dương, cách Madagascar 700 km về phía đông và cách Mauritius 200 km về phía tây nam. Réunion có chiều dài là 63 km, rộng 45 km và diện tích khoảng 2.517 km², hiện thuộc quyền sở hữu của Pháp và ...

English Translation of “réunion” | Collins French-English ...

English Translation of “réunion” | The official Collins French-English Dictionary online. Over 100,000 English translations of French words and phrases.

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Réunion travel advice - GOV.UK

Réunion is a French Overseas Territory. There is no formal British diplomatic representation on the island. If you need consular assistance you should contact the British Embassy in Paris .

Réunion ibis - Wikipedia

The Réunion ibis or Réunion sacred ibis (Threskiornis solitarius) is an extinct species of ibis that was endemic to the volcanic island of Réunion in the Indian Ocean. The first subfossil remains were found in 1974, and the ibis was first scientifically described in 1987. Its closest relatives are the Malagasy sacred ibis, the African sacred ibis, and the straw-necked ibis.

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