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La Jument is the name of a lighthouse at the Northwestern part of France, Brittany. The lighthouse is built on a rock (that is also called La Jument) about 300 metres from the coast of the island of Ushant, which marks the north-westernmost point of metropolitan France. There is also a very different lighthouse about 3 kilometres to the North, the Nividic lighthouse. Together with the Kreac'h lighthouse, they are the 3 most famous lighthouses of the region.
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La Jument de Michao
La Jument de Michao ("Michao's mare" in French) or Le Loup, le Renard et la Belette ("The Wolf, the Fox and the Weasel") is a recent (1973) Breton adaptation of two different Western French traditional songs, also found in Brittany, the original one may be a medieval French song of Burgundy origin: J'ai vu le loup, le renard, le lièvre . The integration in the Breton patrimony was made under the shape of a song deduct (ten to one couplet) typical of Upper Brittany (Gallo ), but in other French regions too. The music dances on the rhythm of the An dro (Gwened ), one of the most known Breton round dances.
Bernard Jumentier, (24 March 1749 – 7 December 1829) was a French composer of classical and sacred music as well as maître de chapelle.
Centro Juventud Sionista, or simply Sionista, is a basketball club based in Paraná, Argentina. The team currently plays in the Liga Nacional de Básquet (LNB), using the Estadio Moisés Flesler as its home arena.
Club Deportivo Juventud Independiente, also commonly known as Juventud Independiente, is a professional Salvadoran football club, based in San Juan Opico, La Libertad, El Salvador. Founded on 7 September 1943, holding home matches at Complejo Municipal. The one time primera division side enjoyed its greatest successes in the 2010s, but following financial troubles and selling their spot to Luis Ángel Firpo, the club currently plays in the 3rd division, Tercera División.