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BRIARE

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Originally appearing in Volume V04, Page 516 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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BRIARE  , a

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town of north-central France in the department of Loiret on the right
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bank of the
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Loire, 452 M . S.E. of Orleans on the railway to
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Nevers . Pop . (1906) 4613 . Briare, the Brivodorum of the Romans, is situated at the extremity of the Canal of Briare, which unites the Loire and its lateral canal with the Loing and so with the Seine . The canal of Briare was constructed from 16o5 to 1642 and is about 36 m. long . The
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industries include the manufacture of
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fine pottery, and of so-called
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porcelain buttons made of felspar and milk by a
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special
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process; its inventor, Bapterosses, has a bust in the town . The canal
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traffic is in wood, iron,
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coal,
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building materials, &c . A
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modern hospital and church, and the hotel de ville installed in an old moated chateau, are the chief buildings . The lateral canal of the Loire crosses the Loire near Briare by a fine canal-
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bridge 720 yds. in length .

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