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Le monde fran co phone. Le Canada. La Belgique. Le Québec. La France. Les Etats-Unis d’Amérique. Le Sénégal. La Louisiane. LA FRANCE also called “ L’HEXAGONE ” because of the shape (six sides). France  . LA FRANCE. The country is bordered by:.

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Le monde francophone

Le Canada

La Belgique

Le Québec

La France

Les Etats-Unis d’Amérique

Le Sénégal

La Louisiane

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LA FRANCE

also called “L’HEXAGONE” because of the shape (six sides).

France  

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LA FRANCE

The country is bordered by:

France is located in Western Europe.

  • The English Channel (la Manche) to the north
  • Belgium (la Belgique) and Luxembourg to the northeast
  • Germany and Switzerland to the east
  • Italy to the southeast
  • The Mediterranean sea to the south
  • Spain and Andorra to the southwest
  • The Atlantic ocean to the west
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La fête nationale est le 14 juillet.

(Independence Day also called Bastille Day)

  • L’hymne national est « LA MARSEILLAISE ».
  • La France est une république et a un président

Jacques Chirac

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La Capitale(the capital)

C’est PARIS!

  • France is divided into 22 regions and 96 administrative departments
  • France has 4 overseas departments(Martinique, Guadeloupe, French Guyana and Reunion).
  • France also has overseas territories (St. Pierre and Miquelon, French Polynesia and parts of Antarctica).
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La cuisine française(French cuisine)

Les baguettes

Les éclairs and others pastries

Les croissants

Les pains (breads)

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Les fromages(cheeses)

Les quiches

Les crêpes

Les escargots (snails)

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La Tour Eiffel

Built in 1889 for the 100 years of the revolution by Mr. Gustave Eiffel.

It took 2 years to build it. The Eiffel tower is 324 meters high (over 1000 feet).

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L’Arc de Triomphe

The Arch of Triumph, commissioned by Napoleon in 1806, was finished in 1836.

Beneath the Arch is the tomb of the Unknown soldier.

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Autres vues de Paris…

Musée du Louvre 

Fontaines du centre Beaubourg

Versailles, château de Louis XIV

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Encore…

Café terrasse

Entrée de métro

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Vues de France…

East of France

Les Alpes (The Alps)

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East of France

Et encore…

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Encore…

South of France

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Et encore… South of France

La pétanque ou jeu de boules

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West of France

Et encore…

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Et encore…

Northwest France

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Quelques Français célèbres…

  • The emperor Napoléon sold Louisiana to the Americans in 1803. 
  • Paul Gauguin lived in the French Colony of Tahiti. Tahiti was a great inspiration to Gauguin and, in 1898, he painted “Quand te maries-tu ?”
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Auguste Renoir painted “Le Bal du Moulin Galette” in 1876. 

  • “Les Danseuses Bleues” were painted by Edgar Degas in 1890. 
  • Jean-François Millet painted “Les Glaneuses” in 1857.
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Le football…

Champions du monde en 1998!

Champions d’Europe en 2000!

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En voiture,

En moto,

En camion…

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Le concorde… Paris-New York in 3h25!

vitesse maximale: Mach 2,23 = 2405km/h = 1495mph

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La monnaie: L’EURO

1,00 = about $1.00

Les pièces…

Les cents…

Les euros…