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Which empire's core was in Germany, Austria, Moravia, and Bohemia, and later grew to include Switzerland, the Netherlands, and parts of Italy, France, Poland, Hungary, and Denmark? A. Holy Roman
Empire B. Normand Empire C. Ottoman Empire D. Byzantine Empire
The answer is A. Holy Roman Empire
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