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In the French language, « Grosse-Île » means "large island".
There's more than one place called Grosse-Île or Grosse Isle:
- Grosse Isle National Historic Site, a quarantine station in the era of the Irish potato famine, near Montmagny and Quebec City
- An island in the Îles-de-la-Madeleine in Québec
United States of America
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