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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 8 Dec 18, Saturday

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Buc is a commune in the Yvelines department and Île-de-France region of north central France.

Buc is located some 20 km south-west of central Paris and 3 km south of Versailles.

The old town lies in the valley of the River Bièvre at an elevation of around 100 m above sea level. Most of Buc’s residential districts have been built on the plateau de Saclay, some 50 m higher.


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The name Buc derives from the Latin buscum which means boxwood. The inhabitants of Buc are known in French as Bucois (m.) and Bucoises (f.).

In 2005, the commune has been rewarded « Ville Internet @@ »[3] (« Internet city @@ ») as well as in 2008 and 2010[4] · .[5] This reward is highly decorative under the Buc’s entrance street sign. It’s something Bucois and Bucoises can be proud of.

The Yvelines department has been created in 1968. This one was subsequently part of the Seine-et-Oise department. Jehan Despert is considered as the « father » of the Yvelines. He is the one whom suggested to the president of the County Council of Seine-et-Oise of that time, Gaston Palewski, the name of this department at its creation, in reference to the ancient forêt d’Yveline (Yveline forest) from which radiate most of the water streams that irrigate the department. The actual Foret de Rambouillet (Rambouillet forest) constituted its remains.

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