By Champollion-Figeac (1847); De Maulde, Louise de Savoie et Francois Ier (1895); G.
Of Geneva the Rhone enters French territory, and henceforth till near Lyons forms first the eastern, then the southern boundary of the French department of the Ain, dividing it from those of Haute Savoie and Savoie (E.) and that of the Isere (S.).
Jacqueton, La Politique exterieure de Louise de Savoie .
ANNECY, the chief town of the department of Haute Savoie in France.
By the departments of Savoie and Haute-Savoie and the Swiss cantons Geneva and Vaud.
It is entirely surrounded by French territory (the department of Haute Savoie lying to the south, and that of the Ain to the west and the north), save for about 32 m.