Question: How many people visit Puy de Dome a year?

The Puy de Dôme is one of the most visited sites in the Auvergne region, attracting nearly 500,000 visitors a year.

Can you cycle up Puy de Dome?

Climbing the Puy de Dôme individually is no longer possible. Because of the creation of a tourist train - the Panoramique des Dômes - the Puy de Dôme is closed to individual cyclists. However, a special event for cyclists is being organised each year, in general on the 3rd Sunday in June.

Is France volcanic?

Volcanoes, a term which in France is automatically associated with Auvergne in the Massif Central. This country of ancient mountains and extinct volcanoes covers 15% of France. The northern region, though, is flat; this is indeed where the vast Limagne and Bourbonnais plains stretch from Moulin to Montluçon and Vichy.

What does PULY mean?

1 : a sheave or small wheel with a grooved rim and with or without the block in which it runs used singly with a rope or chain to change the direction and point of application of a pulling force and in various combinations to increase the applied force especially for lifting weights.

Does Germany have a volcano?

There are more than 30 volcanoes in Germany! Most of them are in the mountainous Siebengebirge and Eifel areas, both of which are in the mid-west of Germany. Germanys volcanoes may look harmless but experts think that they could erupt one day.

How big is Puy du Fou?

55 ha Puy du Fou/Area

What does Pulleyes mean?

1 : a sheave or small wheel with a grooved rim and with or without the block in which it runs used singly with a rope or chain to change the direction and point of application of a pulling force and in various combinations to increase the applied force especially for lifting weights.

What is pulley short?

A pulley is a wheel that carries a flexible rope, cord, cable, chain, or belt on its rim. Pulleys are used singly or in combination to transmit energy and motion. Pulleys with grooved rims are called sheaves.

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