- a department in central France. 2667 sq. mi. (6910 sq. km). Capital: Châteauroux.
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This was very large, and through it ran the Indre, here merely a pretty stream.Mauprat
A French general who commanded the troops of the Indre in 1834.Memoirs of the Duchesse de Dino v.1/3, 1831-1835
Dorothy Duchesse de Dino
It takes its name from the river Indre, which flows through it.
Dols lies to the north of Chteauroux, from which it is separated by the Indre.
Terraces descended to the wall below, where our view swept over a wide range of picturesque country, watered by the Indre.Europe from a Motor Car
- a department of central France in the Centre region. Capital: Châteauroux. Pop: 230 954 (2003 est). Area: 6906 sq km (2693 sq miles)
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