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  1. Brest, France - Wikipedia

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    Brest is a port city in the Finistère département in Brittany. Located in a sheltered bay not far from the western tip of the peninsula, and the western extremity of metropolitan France, Brest is an important harbour and the second French military port after Toulon. The city is located on the western edge of continental Europe. With 142,722 inhabitants in a 2007 census, Brest is at the centre of Western Brittany's largest metropolitan area, ranking third behind only Nantes and Rennes in ...

    • Battle for Brest

      The Battle for Brest was fought in August and September 1944...

    • History

      The name of the town is first recorded as Bresta; it may...

    • Sights

      Pont de Recouvrance, the military arsenal and the rue de...

    • Geography

      Brest is located amidst a dramatic landscape near the...

    • Transport

      The railway station of Brest, Gare de Brest, is linked to...

  2. Timeline of Brest, France - Wikipedia

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    Brest tramway begins operating. Population: 141,315. 2014 - Brest Arena built. 2016 - Brest aerial tram begins operating. 2017 - Les Ateliers des Capucins , a mall and cultural venue, opens. See also. Brest history; History of Brest, France List of mayors of Brest, France Timeline of Brittany other cities in the Brittany region

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  4. Brest, France - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Brest is a town in France. It is in the Finistère department and the Brittany region. Its population in 1999 was around 150,000. Even if it is by far the largest town in Finistère it is not the prefecture.

  5. Brest — Wikipédia

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    Brest /bʁɛst/ Écouter est une commune française, chef-lieu d’ arrondissement du département du Finistère dans la région Bretagne. C'est un port important, deuxième port militaire en France après Toulon, situé à l'extrémité ouest de la Bretagne. Avec ses 140 064 habitants (2017), Brest est la 25e commune la plus peuplée de France.

  6. Brest (France) - Wikipedia

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    commune of France, big city; official name: Brest native label: Brest demonym: Brestois, Brestoises country: France located in or next to body of water: Roadstead of Brest, Penfeld coordinate location: 48°23′24″N 4°29′13″W office held by head of government: Mayor of Brest head of government: François Cuillandre located in time zone

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  7. Category:Brest, France - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Brest, France" The following 15 pages are in this category, out of 15 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  8. Brest (Francia) - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Brest (/bʁɛst/) es una ciudad francesa situada en el departamento de Finisterre, en la región de Bretaña.

  9. Category:History of Brest, France - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "History of Brest, France" The following 19 pages are in this category, out of 19 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  10. Talk:Brest, France - Wikipedia

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    There is only one Brest in France. Have a nice day :-) --Monsieur W 08:26, 29 July 2011 (UTC) Brittany and the administrative region of Brittany (Region Bretagne) Brittany is a historical region of France as opposed to the administrative region of Brittany (Region Bretagne). Currently, Brittany's sole official status as part of the French Republic is as an administrative region.

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