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a former province of northwestern France on a peninsula between the English Channel and the Bay of Biscay

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Charlotte Le Cerf, 24, from Brittany, France, has fallen in love with Scotland already.
He maintains the technology has not moved forward since the Rance Tidal Power Station was built in Brittany, France, in the 1960s.
The pair, who met in Jersey nine years ago and now live there with their 20-month-old daughter, plan to marry in Brittany, France.
As 1488 draws to a close in Brittany, France, sixteen-year-old Annith is one of the Convent's best trained and most gifted assassins, but she has yet to be sent out on a mission to honor her father, the god of death, Saint Mortain.
Dubreil, who was raised in Brittany, France, specialized in applied arts in high school before attending the product-design program at Ecole Boulle in Paris.
Olivia, who lives near Wooler, met the War Horse author and former Children's Laureate in Brittany, France, and went on to illustrate the book Where My Wellies Take Me that he has written with his wife Clare.
It is understood that Donnay, owner of Glann ar Mor distillery in Brittany, France, wants to produce 60,000 litres of alcohol per year from Gartbreck.
ABOVE: marshland on the coast of the Gulf of Morbihan, a natural harbour in southern Brittany, France.
Birmingham's Mark Downes is hoping to have a full house of junior and youth teams ready for 2014 after a stunning performance in the World Match Fishing Under-18 and Under-23 events on the River Vilaine in Brittany, France, in which the English youngsters took eight of the 12 available medals.
With heated indoor and outdoor pools, a lazy river, waterslides and caves, the lively waterpark at Keycamp's La Pointe St Gilles parc in Brittany, France, is a hit with funloving families.
com Pentrez Plage Douarnenez, Brittany, France SHORE THING: This is a fun, three-mile beach on the frothy Atlantic coast, all surf and fine sand dotted with rock pools.
In 2001 he moved to Brittany, France, where he joined two bands and continued to teach both English and French youngsters.
The Rance Tidal Power Station in Brittany, France, is the world's first tidal power station (1966), and was the world's largest for 45 years until the Sihwa Lake Tidal Power Station in South Korea narrowly displaced it.
The ACE cable will extend over 17,000 km from Penmarch in Brittany, France, to Cape Town in South Africa, at depths dose to 6,000 metres below sea level.
The couple took Annie and the kitten with them when they went to retire in Brittany, France.