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Brittany in Breton and French

Brittany in Breton and French

A multilingual Celtic data set - select either Breton (brezhoneg, bretonne) or French (frañs, français) and see departments, prefectures, and towns of 10,000 population or more in that language. Currently, Google Earth provides some in Breton, some in French, and only at very low altitudes.
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Ice Bound in Sydney, Cape Breton

Ice Bound in Sydney, Cape Breton

These ships are going to have to wait a while to get going!Glace Bay to the East looks a bit warmer
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Guerande enclosure

Guerande enclosure

Guérande is a city of c. 10,000 inhabitants, located on the Guérande peninsula, 80 km west of Nantes and 6 km north of La Baule, the most important sea resort in the area.

The city is still surrounded by walls built in the XIV-XVth centuries. On 12 April 1365 was signed in Guérande the treaty which ended the Breton Succession War. In 1488, duchess Ann of Brittany signed in Guéran...
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Ouessan, Bretagne, France

Ouessan, Bretagne, France

The Island of "Ouessan" (in english "Ushant", in Breton "Enez Eusa") marks the north western most point of France.
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Nazi Bunkers, WWII Aquitane, France

Nazi Bunkers, WWII Aquitane, France

At the beach near Cap Breton in Aquitane, France, you can see the remains of Bunkers which should protect occupied France for the landing of the allied Forces. These Bunkers are now, 60 years later, washed out by the sea of the Dunes where they originally where placed. They were never used, because the D-Day invasion occured some 300 miles away in the north of France.

These bunkers...
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Stone of Wotan in Maden

Stone of Wotan in Maden

An about 2 m high Menhir/stone build up 2500 BC. Formerly it was an occult place of the Chatten tribe. In the middle age it was a place trials were hold.

A menhir is a large, single upright standing stone (monolith or megalith), of prehistoric European origin.

The word menhir was adopted, via French, by 19th century archaeologists on the basis of words in the Breto...
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Saint-Malo enclosure and fortifications

Saint-Malo enclosure and fortifications

Saint-Malo during the Middle Ages was a fortified island at the mouth of the Rance River, controlling not only the estuary but the open sea beyond. The promontory fort of Alet, south of the modern centre in what is now the Saint-Servan district, commanded approaches to the Rance even before the Romans, but modern Saint-Malo traces its origins to a monastic settlement founded by Saint Aaron and ...
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Chun Castle

Chun Castle

Chûn Castle is a large Iron Age hillfort near Penzance in Cornwall, United Kingdom. Built around two and a half thousand years ago, the castle fell into disuse until the 6th century AD and was possibly reoccupied to protect the nearby tin mines. Stands beside a prehistoric trackway that used to be known as the Old St. Ives Road.

Edward Lluyd made a plan of this fort in around 1700 remarki...

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King Arthurs grave

King Arthurs grave

King Arthur is a legendary British leader who, according to medieval histories and romances, led the defence of Britain against the Saxon invaders in the early 6th century. The details of Arthur's story are mainly composed of folklore and literary invention, and his historical existence is debated and disputed by modern historians. The sparse historical background of Arthur is gleaned from vari...
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