a house on rue st. Denis in Paris, France
The Count of St Germain (1710-1784) was an odd character, which unfortunately due to his similarity of name to the Bishop of Paris in the 500's, St Germain, some people mistakenly think is related to Catholicism. The Count was considered by many a charlatan and adventurer, using metaphysics as a part of his chicanery. He had made claims of immortality, and had has some association with the Theosophists and Freemasonry. See Answers.com: Count St Germain for him See Answers.com: Germain of Paris for the bishop
Apparently not. Although he played for Real Madrid, L.A. Galaxy, Milan, and Paris St. Germain, he only played on one national team, which was England.
Christopher St. Germain died in 1540.
Christopher St. Germain was born in 1460.
Count of St. Germain died in 1784.
Ralph St. Germain died in 1974.
Ralph St. Germain was born in 1904.
Sheryl St. Germain was born in 1954.
Val St. Germain was born in 1971.
They do lots of different sports, as in every other country/town. Football: biggest named team is Paris St-Germain. Running Fencing ball games like rugby, handball, tennis combat sports like judo And Rally/motorsport events.
St Germain's railway station ended in 1850.
St Germain's railway station was created in 1846.
Fernand St. Germain was born on 1928-01-09.
Omer St. Germain died on 1949-02-11.
Omer St. Germain was born on 1877-09-14.
Gerry St. Germain was born on 1937-11-06.
Diane St-Germain has written: 'Notes au dossier'
Both Rugby Union and Football are popular sports in Paris. The French national sides both play their home games at the Stade de France in the St. Denis area. French rugby club Stade Francais play their home games at the stadium. There are also professional football clubs in Paris, the most famous of which is Paris St. Germain who play in Ligue1 of the French league.
getting from St Germain en Laye to Versailles
The Treaty of Versailles was a Paris Peace Treaty that dealt with Germany. The Paris Peace Treaties were named after the area it was signed such as St. Germain that dealt with Austria.
Golf is the sport associated with this Scottish town.
Place de St. Germain in the centre of Paris, left bank, about ten mins walk from the Notre dame
Nicolas Anelka Paris St Germain to Arsenal to Real Madrid back to Paris St Germain to Liverpool (on loan) to Manchester City to Fenerbache to Bolton Wanderers to Chelsea.