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Tag Archives: English Channel
CÔTES-DU NORD See Côtes-d’Armor . Advertisements
CORNWALL KERNOW (Cornish). #125987783 / gettyimages.com The southwesternmost county in England; most of its boundary with Devon lies along the River Tamar, which rises very near the north coast and flows to Plymouth Sound and the English Channel. Cornwall lay … Continue reading
CHANNEL ISLANDS Les Îles normandes. Islands in the English Channel off the west coast of the Cotentin (usually called the Cherbourg peninsula in English). They became part of the Duchy of Normandy in 933, and so belonged to William I … Continue reading
AURIGNY French name of ALDERNEY.