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Apr 15, 2021

[Answer] What part of France was once known as Little Britain?

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...1. Brittany 2. Paris 3. Loire Valley 4. Normandy




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Brittany - You’ve heard of Great Britain, but did you ever wonder where Little Britain is? The answer: France. In the 5th and 6th centuries, Celts fleeing Anglo-Saxon invaders moved from Britain to a region of northwest France now called Brittany. By the Middle Ages, the name “Britain” was applied to both the island of Britain as well as this region of France. The term “Great Britain” arose sometime later to distinguish the big island from Brittany. Yet “Great Britain” wasn’t used officially until 1707, when England and Scotland joined to become the Kingdom of Great Britain. These days, “Little Britain” is just the name of a TV show.:


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