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France

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Jillian Bowman

on 14 January 2013

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FRANCE Jillian Bowman & Giovanni Castrejon Geography 80% size of Texas Les Alpes Les Pyrenees Le Massif Central The Jura Mountains The Vosges Mountains Seine La Loire Garonne Rhône Paris The Seine and the Eiffel Tower Nice Bordeaux Languages of France Official national language is French Alsatian Basque Flemish Corsican Religion 83%-90% Roman Catholic
Islam is the 2nd largest religion Arts, Crafts, & Music French developed ballet- George Balanchine was the creator.
France has 4,300 institutions specializing in music. Contemporary French Artists Daft Punk
Phoenix
M83
Yelle
Ben L'Oncle Soul
Tunisiano
Mano Chao Culture de la Nourriture Historical Leaders Napoleon Bonaparte Food Culture: French food is popular around the world and the French have a very specific eating and cooking style. Coq au Vin Chicken in Wine Crêpes Thin pancakes, usually filled with fruit, etc. Ratatouille Started as a peasant dish, with zucchini, eggplant, tomatoes, and other vegetables. French Eating Customs One of the greatest commanders of all time in France Flag/Motto/National Anthem Le Petit-Déjeuner Le Déjeuner Le Dîner The official French Flag The National Anthem of France is "La Marseillaise" France's motto:"Liberty, equality, fraternity (brotherhood)" Avignon Referred to as medieval part of France French Cooking Terms Flambé: Sauté Julienne Colonialism and History France expanded empire greatly with Napoleon and King Louis-Philippe I between 1830 and 1870. Napoleon Bonaparte and King Louis-Philippe Famous for their vineyards and exquisite wine About 300 days of sunshine
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