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Morbihan (France)


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    • Mor-Bihan (France)
    • Département du Morbihan (France)
    • Марбіян (France)
    • Marbii︠a︡n (France)
    • Морбиан (France)
    • Morbian (France)
    • Ar Mor-Bihan (France)
    • Département Morbihan (France)
    • Morbihani departemang (France)
    • Morbihan-sén (France)
    • Mariculum (France)
    • Morbihanum (France)
    • Morbiāna (France)
    • Morbihanas (France)
    • モルビアン県 (France)
    • Morubian-ken (France)
    • Departament de Mor-Bihan (France)
    • Dipartiment dël Morbihan (France)
    • Морбијан (France)
    • Morbijan (France)
    • Департаменти Морбиан (France)
    • Departamenti Morbian (France)
    • Морбіан (France)
    • 莫尔比昂省 (France)
    • Moerbiang Sheng (France)
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    • found: GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009(adm2; 47°55ʹ00ʺN 002°50ʹ00ʺW)
    • found: Wikipedia, Sept. 10, 2014(Morbihan; Breton: Mor-Bihan; a department in Brittany, situated in the northwest of France. It is named after the Morbihan (small sea in Breton), the enclosed sea that is the principal feature of the coastline. It is famous for the Carnac stones, which predate and are more extensive than the more familiar Stonehenge. It is one of the original 83 departments created during the French Revolution on March 4, 1790. It was created from a part of the Duchy of Brittany. It is the only French department whose name comes from the Breton language)
    • found: Wikipedia, August 7, 2015:Aragonese page (Mor-Bihan) Arpitan page (Morbihan; Département du Morbihan) Belarusian page (Марбіян = Marbii︠a︡n) Bulgarian page (Морбиан = Morbian) Breton page (Mor-Bihan) Catalan page (Ar Mor-Bihan) German page (Département Morbihan) Estonian page (Morbihani departemang) Hakka Chinese page (Morbihan-sén) Latin page (Mariculum or Morbihanum) Latvian page (Morbiāna) Lithuanian page (Morbihanas) Japanese page (モルビアン県 = Morubian-ken) Occitan page (Departament de Mor-Bihan) Piedmontese page (Dipartiment dël Morbihan) Russian page (Морбиан = Morbian) Serbian page (Морбијан = Morbijan) Tajik page (Департаменти Морбиан = Departamenti Morbian) Ukrainian page (Морбіан = Morbian) Chinese page (莫尔比昂省 = Moerbiang Sheng)
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    • 1981-02-09: new
    • 2015-08-09: revised
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