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Presque-isle (from the French presqu'île, meaning almost island) is a geographical term denoting a piece of land which is closer to being an island than most peninsulas because of its being joined to the mainland by an extremely narrow neck of land.
List of presque-Isles
- Peñón de Vélez de la Gomera in Spain
- Monte Argentario in Italy
- Quiberon in Brittany, France
- Saint-Malo in Brittany, France
- Mahia Peninsula in the North Island of New Zealand
- Presqu'ile Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada
- Presque Isle State Park in Erie, Pennsylvania, United States
- Presque Isle Township in Presque Isle County, Michigan
- Catawba Island Township, Ottawa County, Ohio
- Presque Isle Park, Marquette, Michigan
- Presque Isle in Maine, United States
- Presque-isle of Lyon, (name used for the 1st and 2de arrondissements of Lyon between the rivers Rhône and Saône.
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