- a city in and capital of Indre, in central France.
- a department in central France. 2667 sq. mi. (6910 sq. km). Capital: Châteauroux.
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Examples from the Web for chateauroux
He lives in a pretty house near Chateauroux, in a flat country.Mauprat
Shall we call him, as haughty Chateauroux was wont of old, 'M.The French Revolution
They are able, almost high people, this new Chateauroux Ministry, compared with some; and already show results.History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XV. (of XXI.)
The Duchess of Chateauroux then held the chief influence over the feeble Louis.Critical and Historical Essays, Volume III (of 3)
Thomas Babington Macaulay
You may find food in Chateauroux, and stalls for your horses, and a man to take money; for there are still men there.A Gentleman of France
- a town in central France: 10th-century castle (Château-Raoul). Pop: 49 632 (1999)
- 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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