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Guernsey & Alderney, Sark, Herm map

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The Bailiwick of Guernsey, along with the feudal holding of Sark, constitutes one of the world's most enduring political entities. It was brought to England in 1066 by the invading Duke of Normandy, and is still the personal property of the reigning British monarch almost a thousand years later. More importantly, it is NOT part of the UK, is internally self-governing, has its own stamps and coins, and is NOT mapped by Ordnance Survey. It is also NOT a member of the EU, but it is a part of Great Britain. This is a beautifully prepared and detailed map of the island, its main town of St. Peter’s Port, and of the adjacent islands of Alderney, Sark, and Herm

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The Bailiwick of Guernsey, along with the feudal holding of Sark, constitutes one of the world's most enduring political entities. It was brought to England in 1066 by the invading Duke of Normandy, and is still the personal property of the reigning British monarch almost a thousand years later. More importantly, it is NOT part of the UK, is internally self-governing, has its own stamps and coins, and is NOT mapped by Ordnance Survey. It is also NOT a member of the EU, but it is a part of Great Britain. This is a beautifully prepared and detailed map of the island, its main town of St. Peter’s Port, and of the adjacent islands of Alderney, Sark, and Herm

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