Cornouaille


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Cornouaille

(kôrnwī`), district of Brittany, NW France, comprising parts of Finistère, Côtes-d'Armor, and Morbihan depts. The name was probably brought by Britons who fled Cornwall at the time of the Anglo-Saxon invasions (c.500).
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Implementing agency : Communaute de communes de Haute Cornouaille
He has played at some of the major festivals and venues like Glasgow Celtic Connections, Festival Inter-celtique de Lorient, Festival de Cornouaille, Festival des Vieilles Charrues, Les TombAes de la Nuit, Transmusicales, PalAo Festival, Ennis Trad Festival, FMM Sines and many more.
Promoting her new film Cornouaille, she said: "What's happened to us is our concern.
In contrast size-wise, we were bowled over by the village of Ste-Marine, reached either by pedestrian-only ferry or via the graceful Pont de Cornouaille across the rivermouth from Benodet.
In contrast size-wise, we were bowled over by the village of Ste-Marine, reached either by pedestrian-only ferry or the graceful Pont de Cornouaille across the rivermouth from Benodet.
36) In its own guides, the Syndicat d'Initiative of Cornouaille cast its section of the Finistere as the last great stronghold of Bretagne bretonnante, foregrounding the costume of the region as a visual shorthand for the picturesque integrity of the region as a whole.
Its Festival de Cornouaille of music and folklore attracts several hundred thousand visitors every July.
Eure-Seine, CHRU Reims Maison Blanche, CHU Dijon, CHU Grenoble, Colon Cancer Concern, DoH, Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary (Dumfries), Fumouze Diagnostics (Orion Diagnostica), Furness Genral Hospital (Barrow in Furness), Hopital Caremeau (Nimes), Hopital Laennec de Cornouaille, Leeds General Infirmary (Leeds), Orion Diagnostica, Raigmore Hospital (Inverness), Royal Glasgow Infirmary (Glasgow), Sandwell District General Hospital (West Bromwich), SFRL, SKD (Beckman Coulter), Tameside General Hospital (Ashton under Lyne)
This week the port of Quimper celebrates its heritage with the Fetes de Cornouaille, a week of music from all over the Celtic world.
Brittany has an area called Cornouaille which is pronounced so closely to ``Cornwall'' as to be no coincidence.