Definition of Mont St. Michel in English:

Mont St. Michel

Syllabification: Mont St. Mi·chel
Pronunciation: /ˌmän sän mēˈSHel
A rocky islet off the coast of Normandy, northwestern France. An island only at high tide, it is surrounded by sandbanks and linked to the mainland by a causeway. It is home to a medieval Benedictine abbey-fortress.

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