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Armorican Massif

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  1. an old mountain chain in the near the extreme west of Europe

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    created by user picturefactobot on February 14, 2009
  2. mainly covers Brittany, and the Mayenne and Orne departments

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  3. Its name comes from the old Armorica, a Gaul area between the Loire and the Seine rivers

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  4. Born during the paleozoic era (roughly ) of the Hercynian or Variscan orogeny, contrary to the Massif central it has little benefited from the lifting of the Alpide belt during the Tertiary era

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  5. The site of the "Roche d'Oëtre"
    The site of the "Roche d'Oëtre"

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