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Dol de Bretagne, also commonly known as simply Dol, is a small town in the region of Brittany in northwestern France.

The town was founded sometime in the early 500's AD. It is first referred to in history as the place where the Welsh Saint Teilo lived and planted fruit groves in 549.

Today, Dol de Bretagne is known for its small-town beauty, its cathedral, and for the groves of chestnut trees in the surrounding area.

People Born in Dol de Bretagne

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Dol de Bretagne in People's Lives

William the Conqueror: I laid siege to this city in 1076, to put down a revolt, but was defeated. It was the first time that I was ever defeated in battle.

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