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Saint-Pierre means Saint Peter in French.

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Surname

Saint-Pierre is the surname of:

  • Richard Saint-Pierre, who not only was one of the first translators of, but is also thought to be, among conspirators, the actual discoverer of the Gospel of Thomas
  • Abbot Charles de Saint-Pierre, who in 1728 proposed the creation of a European league of 18 sovereign states, with common treasury, no borders and an economic union
  • Bernadin de Saint-Pierre

Churches

Châteaux

Places

Saint Pierre and Miquelon

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Canada

In Manitoba:

In Quebec:

France

Saint-Pierre is the name or part of the name of several communes of France:

Italy

Mauritius

  • St Pierre, Mautitius

Seychelles

Switzerland

Ships

Zoology

The John Dory fish and two other species of the Zeus genus are also called Saint-Pierre or St-Pierre.

Other spellings

St-Pierre, St. Pierre (surnames)

St. Pierre (places)


Travel guide

Up to date as of January 14, 2010

From Wikitravel

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For other places with the same name, see Saint-Pierre (disambiguation).
Saint-Pierre harbor
Saint-Pierre harbor

Saint Pierre is an island and the capital of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon.

Understand

Although it is much smaller than Miquelon, it is much more heavily populated (about 5,500). The residents are primarily of Basque, Breton, Normand, and Acadian heritage.

There are several small islands near the main island, including L'Île-aux-Marins ("Island of the Sailors"), which was formerly inhabited.

  • La Voilerie, 12, rue du 11 novembre, (508) 41 53 00 ou/or + (508) 55 53 00 (). French cuisine, local products, a varied menu.  edit
  • La Brasserie del L'Ile de France, 6, rue Maître Georges Lefèvre, (508) 41 03 50 (), [1]. Traditional French cuisine, brasserie, snacks, and pizzeria.  edit
  • La Récréation, 2, rue Amiral Muselier, (508) 41 17 07 (), [2].  edit
  • Le Feu de Braise, 14, rue Albert Briand, (508) 41 91 60 (). Traditional French cuisine, a large variety of dishes and pizzas, take-out food.  edit
  • Quatre Temps, 14, rue du Temple, (508) 41 43 01 (), [3].  edit
  • Le Maringoin'fre, 22, rue Général Leclerc, (508) 41 36 79 (). Crepes, steaks, hamburgers, chowder, take-out food.  edit
  • Chez Jenny Jo, Rue de Paris, (508) 41 58 00.  edit
  • L'Express. fast food  edit
  • Pizzeria Chez Alain, 17, rue Marcel Bonin, (508) 41 27 28.  edit
  • Le Skréo, 4, rue Ducouédic, (508) 41 77 50. Closed Tue. Fried chicken, salads, hamburgers, seafood, American sandwiches, take-out food.  edit
  • Hôtel Ile de France, 6 rue Maître Georges Lefèvre, (508) 41 03 50 (), [4]. 24 rooms from €80.  edit
  • Hôtel-Motel Robert, 10/12 rue du 11 Novembre, (508) 41 24 19 or 1-800-563-2006 (). 43 rooms. from €80.  edit
  • Residence Appart - Hôtel les Iris, 11 bis, rue Albert Briand, (508) 41 17 00 (), [5]. 12 apartments and 2 rooms from €78.  edit
  • Motel Rode, 27, rue Beaussant, (508) 41 37 47. Apartments from €110.  edit
  • Auberge Saint-Pierre, 16, rue Georges Daguerre, (508) 41 40 86 (). 10 rooms from €48.  edit
  • Auberge Quatre Temps, 14, rue du Temple, (508) 41 43 01 (), [6]. 6 rooms from €48.  edit
  • Auberge del L'Archipel, 19, rue Beaussant, (508) 41 72 00 (). 6 rooms from €45.  edit
  • Chez Hélène B&B, 15, rue Beaussant, (508) 41 31 08. 9 rooms from €45.  edit
  • Roland Vigneau B&B, 12, rue des Basques, (508) 41 38 67 (). 6 rooms from €40.  edit
  • Bernard Dodeman B&B, 15, rue Paul Bert, (508) 41 30 60 (), [7]. 3 rooms from €38.  edit
  • Le Paris Madrid, 14, rue du 11 novembre, (508) 41 29 33. 12 rooms from €38.  edit
  • La Lanterne B&B, 30 bis, rue Georges Daguerre, (508) 41 31 62 (), [8]. 2 rooms from €35.  edit
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Wiktionary

Up to date as of January 15, 2010

Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary

English

Proper noun

Singular
Saint-Pierre

Plural
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Saint-Pierre

  1. Capital of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon.

Translations

  • French: Saint-Pierre

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