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Corsica, France
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The medieval influence of Pisa in Corsica can be seen in the Romanesque-Pisan style of the Church of Aregno. (Source)
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The North African pirates frequently attacked Corsica, resulting in many Genoese towers being erected. (Source)
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Seafront boulevard in Ajaccio, the island's capital and Napoleon I's birthplace (Source)
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Corsicans commemorating the anniversary of the birth of Napoleon (Source)
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Monument to the French Resistance during WWII in Solaro (plaine orientale). (Source)
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Brando in the Haute-Corse department (Source)
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The Bay of Calvi: Corsica is the most mountainous Mediterranean island. (Source)
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A view of Speloncato (Source)
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Saint-Nicolas church in Feliceto (Source)
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Chart of the dialects of the Corsican language, which also extends into northern Sardinia. (Source)
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Port of Ajaccio (Source)
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Looking north across the Strait of Bonifacio from the northern tip of Sardinia; the southern coast of Corsica is barely visible through the haze of distance. (Source)
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Corsican nationalists have used means such as the removal of French names on road signs. (Source)
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Chilled Beer with a View (Source)

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