Côtes-d'Armor

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Côtes-d'Armor

(French kotdarmɔr)
n
(Placename) a department of W France, on the N coast of Brittany. Capital: St Brieuc. Pop: 553 969 (2003 est). Area: 6878 sq km (2656 sq miles). Former name: Côtes-du-Nord
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This project is located in the municipality of Plouguernevel in the Cotes-d'Armor region of Brittany in northwestern France, and comprises five Enercon E-53 turbines with a total generating capacity of 4mw.
The others, ten local sailors and a fishing manager, were arrested at ports in the Cotes-d'Armor region.
The European Commission approved, on 22 November, requests for protected designation of origin (PDO) and protected geographical indication (PGO) status for four new products; a French lamb product from animals reared in the the bay of Mont Saint-Michel and in Cotentin, called Pres-sales du Mont-Saint-Michel' (PDO); Pate de Campagne Breton' (PDO), a meat paste produced in the Cotes-d'Armor, Finistere, l'Ille-et-Vilaine, the Loire-Atlantique and Morbihan; a Slovenian honey product, Slovenski Med' (PGI); and a cheese produced in the Orkney Islands, in the North of Scotland, called Orkney Scottish Island Cheddar' (PGI).