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  • L'Albanais, ou pays de l'Albanais, est une petite région de la Savoie située entre le lac du Bourget et le lac d'Annecy, aux portes du parc naturel régional des Bauges. Sa principale agglomération est Rumilly.
  • The Albanais is a small Savoyard region situated between Lake Annecy and Lac du Bourget, at the entrance to the Parc naturel régional du Massif des Bauges. Located in the French departments of Savoie and Haute-Savoie, its principal city is Rumilly. The name Albanais comes from the Latin Albinnum, which is derived from the names of the tribes Albii (or Albani) whose presence is attested to in the toponymy of places such as Albens, Alby, and Albigny.
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  • L'Albanais, ou pays de l'Albanais, est une petite région de la Savoie située entre le lac du Bourget et le lac d'Annecy, aux portes du parc naturel régional des Bauges. Sa principale agglomération est Rumilly.
  • The Albanais is a small Savoyard region situated between Lake Annecy and Lac du Bourget, at the entrance to the Parc naturel régional du Massif des Bauges. Located in the French departments of Savoie and Haute-Savoie, its principal city is Rumilly. The name Albanais comes from the Latin Albinnum, which is derived from the names of the tribes Albii (or Albani) whose presence is attested to in the toponymy of places such as Albens, Alby, and Albigny.
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  • Pays de l'Albanais
  • Albanais
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