Bretagne

Brittany would it be a separate country? It is in any case a region with a strong identity. In addition, its coastline, which adjoins the English Channel and the Atlantic, is a succession of ribs torn profile. During your stay, do not miss its most popular cities like Rennes, Saint-Malo, Vannes, Lorient, and Brest. History of Britain, cultures and traditions Formerly Gallic peninsula a geographical area called "Brittany" Brittany was populated by British tribes from Britain, they left under the pressure of the Angles and Saxons came settle on the island. Britain later became an independent duchy, but was once again annexed to Great Britain in 1532, following the marriage of Duchess Claude Francis. It nevertheless maintained its independence until 1789. The residence of the Dukes of Brittany Nantes was, although this department (then known as the Lower Loire) was detached from Britain in 1941. Today, this region is composed of Cotes d'Armor departments, Finistere, Ille-et-Vilaine and Morbihan. In addition, the prefecture and its largest city is Rennes. Bathed by the Bay of Biscay to the south and the English Channel to the north, it borders the Lower Normandy and Pays de la Loire. Brittany in four directions. This is one of the most popular regions of France for a holiday. Indeed, it was literally overrun with tourists who seek its lush green landscapes and jagged coastline where one can find many small beaches with crystal clear waters. In the north, the Emerald Coast, where visiting the historic towns of Saint-Malo and Dinan or




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