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All are countries that were prominently Catholic in the 1500's and remain so today except?
Spain


France


Italy


Netherlands


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From my research, I see that Spain and Italy's main religion is Catholic. So I assume those two are not it. But I am confused on France and Netherlands. However, it seems like the answer is Netherlands but my study group says France.....Who is right?

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    France is mainly Catholic, while the Netherlands is basically Protestant.

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