Verdun (disambiguation)


Verdun (disambiguation)

Verdun may refer to:

In France:
* Verdun, in the Meuse "département"
** The Battle of Verdun during World War I
** "Verdun", a project of aircraft carrier, decided in 1958 and later cancelled
* Verdun, Ariège, in the Ariège "département"

Also part of the name of:

* Château-Verdun, in the Ariège "département"
* Verdun-en-Lauragais, in the Aude "département"
* Verdun-sur-Garonne, in the Tarn-et-Garonne "département"
* Verdun-sur-le-Doubs, in the Saône-et-Loire "département"

In Lebanon:
* Verdun, Beirut, shopping district in the capital of LebanonIn Canada:
* Verdun, Quebec, a former community in Quebec
** Verdun (borough), a borough of the city of Montreal, in Quebec
***Verdun (provincial electoral district), within the borough of Verdun
***Verdun (Montreal Metro), a Montreal Metro station

In Australia:
* Verdun, South Australia

In the United States:
* Haunted Verdun Manor, located in Terrell, Texas, one of the oldest haunted attractions in the country


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