Aigle French for eagle is a historic town and a municipality and the capital of the district of Aigle in the canton of Vaud in Switzerland. In 1475, the official language of the Eagle Swiss type of French, the mountainous areas of Soneon and the Paes-de-Innaut, which were connected to Burn, attacked and burnt the tower of the Eagle Castle. Then he gave Bern to Igl town and the surrounding district, instead of repaying one-third of their income, which included Wet, Baks and Les Ormans.
In the Treaty of Friborg from 1476, Friborg acquired the authority of the Aigel district, which he gave to Bern in 1483. In 1489, Bern rebuilt Aiegel Castle and made it the seat of Igleside Gailouts. All of the current districts were excluded from Eliak in the Eagle Belivik. Thus it became the first of the French-speaking parts of Switzerland. You can come here and explore this place.