Carnac

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Car·nac

 (kär′năk, kär-näk′)
A village in northwest France on the coast of Brittany. It is famous for its prehistoric megalithic monuments that extend in parallel rows.

Car·na′cian (-nā′shən) adj.
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Carnac

(ˈkɑːnæk)
n
(Placename) a village in NW France: noted for its many megalithic monuments, including alignments of stone menhirs
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