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The origin of the name is uncertain. One tradition suggests it is a derivation of pal fr. Another is that the name refers to a ford across the river administered by the church, the pious. The name of the town was recorded in the 12th century. The inhabitants of the city are known as paulins in Occitan, and palois in French.

Their motto is Urbis palladium et gentis. Perhaps there were a few hovels or a modest hunting lodge, but surely nothing more important. The city was built on a site with very special qualities.

In summary, it is an ideal natural location to control the passage and the arrivals from the Pyrenees, and a small monitoring station was built around the year , a fort surrounded by a simple palisade.

The site was fortified in the 11th century [9] to control the ford across the Gave de Pau. Until the 12th century, this fort was consolidated and some houses were combined there, together, in a small hamlet. Historians agree to this being the origin of the name of the city. The allegiance of these going, according to the political interests of the moment, to the King of England and the Kingdom of France.

Pau is the only city in Europe that can boast of having witnessed two Kings at the origin of a dynasty, which is still the case in the 21st century: Middle Ages[ edit ] Pau was a castelnau founded at an unknown date, in the second half of the 11th or the very beginning of the 12th century, [10] to control a fording of the Gave de Pau which was used for the passage of the shepherds in transhumance between the mountains of Ossau and pasture of the plain of the Pont-Long.

In , Gaston VI assembled his cour majour there, predecessor of the conseil souverain and roughly equivalent to the House of lords. Gaston VII added a third tower in the 13th century. He transformed the curtain walls of his castle home. In , it became the capital of the Kings of Navarre , who were refugees north of the Pyrenees, after the capture of Pamplona by the Spaniards.

In , it had a sovereign council and a chamber of accounts. She massacred the Catholic leaders captured in Orthez. In , Pau revolted. Pau had a new enclosure in , and then a university in This status was removed on 11 October in favor of Oloron , then made permanent on 5 March In , Louis-Philippe did boldly restore it, to highlight the medieval and Renaissance character.

Napoleon III added a double tower framing a false entry, to the West. After the July Monarchy , Pau became, between and , had the most famous climate and sports resort in Western Europe.

In , the Scottish physician Alexander Taylor advocated Pau for a winter cure. The success of his work was important and Pau became a popular holiday resort for the British. In , there were 28, inhabitants of Pau. The English settled there and took advantage of the first golf on the continent, of fox hunting Pau fox hunt , and held races at the Pont-Long Racecourse. The tram factory at the start of the 20th century From , Pau was served by a network of horse tramways.

The network consisted of three lines, with a length of 7 kilometres 4. It disappeared in Three lines served Monein , Pontacq and Lembeye. Steam traction was used on the network, which disappeared in December While the upper town thrived because of the coming of the rich European tourists, the lower city specialised in industry. Many public amenities were from this period, including the Pau Funicular to connect the station to the upper town.

Next to these public amenities, wealthy foreign visitors were building villas to improve the conditions of their stay. First built in the centre of town, these residences spread out more and more to enjoy the great outdoors and popular views of the Pyrenees. Between and , many residences were thus built and still evoke the splendour of this period, today. This golden period of climate tourism in Pau stopped abruptly at the outbreak of World War I. They had originally initiated a first aviation school at Le Mans Sarthe Department , formed of three student pilots, who they were committed to train in France.

Pau alone hosted seven global aircraft manufacturers until and became the world capital of aviation. The military aviation school, which trained the flying aces of World War I , then the fighter school of France, settled there. All participated in the various conflicts of the 20th century. The 18th RCP was dissolved in , due to having contributed to the putsch of the generals of Algiers.

It had previously participated in the May crisis which had ended the Fourth Republic. The 1st RCP remained in barracks in in Idron camp when one of its elements was struck in Beirut by the attack of the Drakkar building , which had 58 victims among its troops. During World War II , the Continental Hotel collected many refugees, including Jews hounded by Vichy and the Nazis, even when the soldiers of the Wehrmacht requisitioned two floors of the hotel.

The configuration of the city shortly moved from the end of the s. The fame and prestige of the city increased thanks to the conference of the Indochinese States from June to November , [16] visits of Heads of State such as president Charles de Gaulle in February and the first Secretary of the Soviet Union , Nikita Khrushchev , travelling in Lacq in The city acquired an important centre of health.

The racecourse and the airport depending on CCI were renovated. The centre of town also saw significant upheavals with the rehabilitation of the Palais Beaumont and the construction of a new private commercial centre named Centre Bosquet. New underground parking compensated for the removal of parking spaces on the surface; also two underground car parks gained redesigned access.

Finally, a media library was created in in the Les Halles quarter. During this term, she included the rebuilding of the water stadium and making the Rue Joffre pedestrian. Bayrou was clearly ahead in the second round of voting. Azure to a fence of three argent footed pales , surmounted by a peacock spreading its tail or , accompanied at point and inside two cows facing and crowned the same; the chief also or charged with a natural tortoise shell surmounted by a Royal Crown closed azure enhanced of or , accompanied by the letter capital H dexter and sinister with the Roman numeral IV also azure Remarks These arms are "rebus" canting arms pau means "Palisade" in Bearnese , and of "approximation" form the peacock said as pavon or pau [paw].

In the blazon, the expression with Azure three pales and drawsheets of argent gathered by a fess of the same, middle pale surmounted with a peacock spreading its tail at chief, and two cows faced argent at point. Remarks The chief, added in , is not mentioned in his Illustrated France which dates back to The peacock is not of specified colour. It was probably "au naturel".

Found sometimes emblazoned thus for the current coat of arms.



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