- a range of low mountains in NE France: highest peak, 4668 feet (1423 meters).
- a department in NE France. 2279 sq. mi. (5905 sq. km). Capital: Épinal.
Examples from the Web for vosges
Contemporary Examples of vosges
The articles linger on the plight of DSK, stuck in his luxury apartment on the posh Place des Vosges.France Has Been Hell for DSK Since He Returned From New York
November 16, 2011
Historical Examples of vosges
Vittel, Bains, Bussang—all in the Vosges—yet it continues to hold up its head.
The social aspect of Vosges travel is one of its chief charms.
From Nancy by way of pinal we may easily reach the heart of the Vosges.
Fortunately for the lover of nature no English writer has as yet popularized the Vosges.
How sweet and pastoral are these cool resting-places in the heart of the Vosges!
- a mountain range in E France, west of the Rhine valley. Highest peak: 1423 m (4672 ft)
- a department of NE France, in Lorraine region. Capital: Épinal. Pop: 381 277 (2003 est). Area: 5903 sq km (2302 sq miles)