Brittany is a diverse region in northwestern and a historic country with a distinct identity, sharing much of its Celtic heritage with and .

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is the capital city of , . is not often mentioned in tourist guides but this medium-sized city is well worth a visit.

is a small walled coastal city in , .

The forest of , or forest of Paimpont is located 40 km to the west of , in in .

is a commune in the department of Ille-et-Vilaine in .


is in the region of . is a region of Brittany rich in history and culture.

Cotes D'Armor Department is in Brittany . Formerly known as Cotes du Nord this department offers a rich abundance of coastal resorts, fishing ports and interior working.

is the most westerly situated French department in Brittany.

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Afrikaans: Historiese Bretagne, Arabic: بريتاني, Aragonese: Bretanya, Armenian: Բրետան, Asturian: Bretaña, Aymara: Bretagne suyu, Azerbaijani: Bretan, Basque: Bretainia, Belarusian: Брэтань, Bengali: ব্রতাইন, Bosnian: Bretanja, Breton: Breizh, Breton: Istor Breizh, Bulgarian: Бретан, Catalan: Bretanya, Chinese: 布列塔尼半岛, Chuvash: Бретань, Cornish: Breten Vian, Croatian: Bretanja, Czech: Bretaňský poloostrov, Dimli (individual language): Bretonya, English: Brittany Region, Esperanto: Bretonio, Estonian: Bretagnei poolsaar, Extremaduran: Bretaña, French: Bretagne, French: Région Bretagne, Galician: Bretaña, Georgian: ბრეტანი, German: Bretagne
Gothic: 𐌻𐌴𐌹𐍄𐌹𐌻𐌰𐍄𐌰 𐌱𐍂𐌰𐌹𐍄𐌻𐌰𐌽𐌳, Greek: Βρετάνη, Hakka Chinese: Pu-lie̍t-thap-nì, Hebrew: ברטאן, Hindi: ब्रतान्य, Ido: Bretonia, Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): Britannia, Irish: An Bhriotáin, Italian: Bretagna, Japanese: ブルターニュ, Kashubian: Bretaniô, Kazakh: Бретан түбегі, Kirghiz: Бретань, Korean: 브르타뉴, Ladino: Bretanya, Latin: Armorica, Latin: Britannia Minor, Latin: Britannia minor, Latvian: Bretaņa, Lithuanian: Bretanė, Macedonian: Бретања, Malayalam: ബ്രിറ്റനി, Manx: Yn Vritaan, Marathi: ब्रत्तान्य, Mingrelian: ბრეტანი, Narom: Brétangne, Occitan (post 1500): Bretanha, Ossetian: Бретань, Persian: برتانی, Picard: Bertanne
Piemontese: Brëtagna, Polish: Bretania, Portuguese: Bretanha, Romanian: Bretania, Russian: Бретань, Scots: Breetany, Scottish Gaelic: A Bhreatainn Bheag, Serbian: Бретања, Serbo-Croatian: Bretanja, Sicilian: Britagna, Slovak: Bretónsko, Slovenian: Bretanja, Spanish: Bretaña, Tagalog: Bretanya, Tahitian: Peretāne Iti, Tamil: பிரித்தானி, Thai: แคว้นเบรอตาญ, Turkish: Breton, Ukrainian: Бретань, Upper Sorbian: Bretanja, Urdu: بریتانیہ, Venetian: Bretagna, Walloon: Burtaegne, Welsh: Llydaw, Western Frisian: Bretanje, Western Panjabi: برٹنی, Wu Chinese: 布列塔尼, Yue Chinese: 布禮斯
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