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Tancarville

Tancarville is a farming village surrounded by woodland, by the banks of the river Seine in the Pays de Caux, some 14 miles (23 km) east of Le Havre and near the junction of the D39, D982 and D910 roads at the eastern end of the A131 autoroute. The canal de Tancarville to le Havre starts here and it is also the site of the 125m high Tancarville Bridge 1).

In 2156 Tancarville has become part of Paris, as Paris Tancarville 2).