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Clos du Doubs

Clos du Doubs
Clos du Doubs is a municipality in the district of Porrentruy in the canton of Jura in Switzerland. It was founded at January 1, 2009 by the former municipalities of Epauvillers, Epiquerez, Montenol, Montmelon, Ocourt, Saint-Ursanne and Seleute. Soubey voted not to join the merger. Clos du Doubs is also the name of the region (including Soubey). It includes the section of the Doubs valley near Saint-Ursanne, about 15 km west of Delémont. Center of the region of about 80 km² is Saint-Ursanne. Clos du Doubs is also the name of a range of the Jura folds south-west of Saint-Ursanne.

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