Where was Gallia?

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The term 'Gallia' was applied to an area in the northwestern corner of continental Europe. Its coastline was bounded by the English Channel on the north. Its coasts were bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the west. The area coincided with the location of the modern-day France.

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