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FRANCIA EXPOSICIÓN INGLES

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CAPITAL OF FRANCE:
LANGUAGE:
MAJOR CITIES:
Marseille

The oldest city in France, birthplace and home to many famous artists. It is located in the south-east coast of France. It features famous museums and theaters. The city is well known for its Hip Hop.
Toulouse
It is the business center for information and biotechnology companies. It is the official headquarters of Airbus. It is the most important fairs and convention destination.
THE
FRANCE

Is the largest country in the European Union. Due to its geometric shape, also known as L'Hexagone.
He is regarded as one of the global economic solidity and stability for its powers.
Has coasts: south, southwest, north and west.

LOCATION:
The territory of France is located in what is known as Western Europe where borders:


Southwest
South
West
Nort
East
The official language of France is French which is a Romance language.
Paris:

The capital of France and the country's largest city. It is densely populated, with more than 12 million people. The city has some of the most important tourist attractions in the world including the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Notre Dame Cathedral etc.
Lyon:
Heritage for its architectural landmarks. Is the international headquarters of Interpol, and is very famous for its chefs and cuisine.
Nice
Attractive tourist town, especially for honeymooners, being in the French Riviera. It has the most charming coast of France. Enjoys a Mediterranean climate throughout the year.
Nantes
This city is just 35 miles from the sea, therefore enjoys an enviable coastline. The city museum, 'The Musée des Beaux-Arts', has one of the most important art collections in France.
Strasbourg
The gardens of the city are known for their mixture of French landscape architecture and German. The European Parliament is in this city.
FORM OF GOVERNMENT

France has a form of unitary, democratic government Formed in social and democratic state of law, its form of government is organized as a nation that is governed by a semi-presidential system with the official name of the French Republic.
FRACIA PRESIDENT

François Gérard Georges Hollande is a French politician. From the May 15, 2012 is the twenty-fourth President of the French Republic, co-Prince of Andorra and Grand Master of the Legion of Honor.
SYMBOLS OF FRANCE

FLAG:

Known in French as drapeau tricolor, while in military parlance is known as les Couleurs. It is the national emblem of the V Republic, the tricolor, emerged from the French Revolution to the binding of the monarchy white and blue and red of the city of Paris.
COAT

Its design has incorporated elements of Greco-Latin tradition, as the fasces which have their origin in ancient Rome, oak branches represent the permanence and strength of the nation and the laurel which means the glory of the country and honors the heroes who have defended.

La Marseillaise

France's national anthem was originally called Chant de guerre pour l'Armée du Rhin whose translation would be "War Song for the Army of the Rhine". It was written and composed by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle in 1792 and adopted in 1795 as the first hymn of the nation. Revolutionary anthem in World War II, as well as the inspiration of many pieces of classical music.
ANIMAL

The French rooster is considered a national symbol of France, is located on top of numerous steeples, because the rooster that appears in the Gospels and not as a national symbol. It is present in numerous monuments created in memory of the dead, after the First World War.music.
The fleur de lis is the symbolic representation of a lily, was formerly used in the crests and coats of French royalty, associated in particular King Louis VII in the twelfth century, who used it for the first time on a stamp.
FLOWER
MOTTO

Liberté, égalité, fraternité ("Liberty, equality, fraternity" in French) is the official motto of the French Republic and the Republic of Haiti. It is also the currency of the Grand Orient of France.
ECONOMY

The French economy is diversified across sectors. The government has partially or fully privatized many large companies, including Air France, France Telecom, Renault and Thales. However, the government maintains a strong presence in some sectors, particularly power, public transport, and defense industries.
GASTRONOMY

When speaking of culinary undoubtedly comes to mind as a synonym country France gastronomy ranging from the simplest to the more elaborate. Country par excellence where many professional chef come to perfect culinary techniques in general and of the finest and selected pastries in particular.
TYPICAL COSTUME

France has a costume that was built by the various events that were shaking not only the world but more specifically the country. It is characterized by very bohemian and have the ability to have been filled and combining with many of the events that rocked today. This costume combines related to the monarchy and hippie elements.
¡GRACIAS!
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