Talk:Culture of Brittany

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I disagree with the sentence The culture of Brittany is made up of a mixture of French and Celtic culture. If it is true that Breton culture is influenced by French culture (in fact it is a dominate culture in the French State), that does not meens that the culture itself is just a mixture of French and Breton. Breton culture is a original European culture which has been (and is) influenced by french culture (as has been british culture) and many other cultures, like the american one. Those influences makes it richer but it's still unique, moving forward and evoluating in it's own way through every cultural meens : food, music, singing, dancing, literature, language, religion, social habits, sports and so on. It can't be define as a simple mixture. Reality is a bit more complicated. --Fulup 13:51, 4 March 2006 (UTC)