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Charolais-Brionnais region         
NATURAL REGION IN BOURGOGNE-FRANCHE-COMTÉ, FRANCE
Charolais-Brionnais Country
The Charolais-Brionnais region () is located in the southwest of the French department of the Saône-et-Loire in Burgundy. Created in 2004, the region comprises a population of 90,000 inhabitants across 129 municipalities.
Charolais         
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Charollais; Charolais (disambiguation)
['?ar?(?)le?]
¦ noun (plural same) an animal of a breed of large white beef cattle.
Origin
C19: named after the Monts du Charollais, hills in eastern France where the breed originated.
Charolais horse         
BREED OF HORSE
Bourguignon horse; Charolais (horse)
The Charolais or Charollais is an extinct breed of warmblood horse from the Charolais, the country lying around the town of Charolles, now in the Saône-et-Loire département of Burgundy, in eastern central France. Like other French warmbloods, it was the result of crossing local agricultural horses with the Thoroughbred, and was known by the name of the region without ever having a specific stud-book.