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|Kingdom of Brittany|
Map of the Kingdom of Brittany in Europe as of 1740 (Brittany in violet).
Map of the Kingdom of Brittany's holdings in the Moluccas.
|Other cities||Gwened, Kemper, Brest, Porzh-Yann|
|Regional Languages||Gallo, French, other Langues d'oïl|
|Ethnic groups||Breton, French|
|Religion||Western Catholic Christian|
|-||Unification of Domnonia, Cournoaille, and Bro Waroc'h into a single Kingdom.||831|
|-||Battle of Trans-la-Forêt expelling the Vikings from Brittany and forming the Duchy.||939|
|-||John XI transforming the Duchy into a Kingdom.||1747|
|Patron saint||Saint Erwann|
The Duchy of Brittany (Breton: Dugelezh Breizh, French: Duché de Bretagne) is a northwestern European nation.
In 1686, small-scale fighting broke out between those who supported complete independence and sovereignty apart of Britannia and those who, while not establishing a clear position on the issue, suggested that Brittany be tied to Britannia for years to come. These skirmishes killed around 25 people, including the deputy to the King's prime minister who was on a diplomatic mission in the region.