VITTEL, a watering-place of north-eastern France, in the department of Vosges, 31 m. W. of Epinal by rail. Pop. (1006) 1954. The waters resemble those of Contrexfiville, but are lighter in character; they are bottled and exported in large quantities. They are prescribed in cases of gravel, gout, etc. Vittel has been considerably developed in recent years, and is well supplied with hotels, a fine casino and park, etc.
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