The Oise is located in the north of France, the administrative capital is the city of Beauvais which has over 55,000 inhabitants.
Formerly very popular with the kings of France and princes, the Oise offers the discovery of its architectural wealth and its landscapes between forests, fields and groves.
This department is very famous for horse races, with its huge and vast forests suitable for this sport activity and its famous City of Horse, Chantilly, where take place the most prestigious horse races.
The Oise also has an extensive religious heritage: abbeys of Chaalis, of Lieu-Restored, of Ourscamp and Moncel or even its Gothic cathedrals of Beauvais, Senlis and Noyon.
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