Saint-Lô

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Saint-Lô

 (sānt′lō′, săN-)
A town of northwest France west of Caen. Its capture on July 18, 1944, played a pivotal role in the Allied invasion of Europe during World War II.

Saint-Lô

(French sɛ̃lo)
n
(Placename) a market town in NW France: a Calvinist stronghold in the 16th century. Pop: 20 537 (2007)
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