France

France is the most visited country in Europe during the past two decades and Paris is rightly called the cultural, food and fashion capitals of the world. [27 words] [Savio] [Oct 1, 2013]

Strangely, there is a lot more to France than first meets the eye but travelers are so glued to the sights and sounds of Paris that they often forget that there are over a dozen other cities, towns and villages that they could also visit during their stay here. [49 words] [Savio] [Oct 1, 2013]

The French love their food, their fashion, their movies and it would be fair to say that France is most certainly the base to learn about Continental cuisine, all kinds of clothing and awesome Cinema too. [36 words] [Savio] [Oct 1, 2013]

Statistics reveal that the cities in France have more museums, libraries, bakeries and monuments than the entire continent of Africa has. [21 words] [Savio] [Oct 1, 2013]

The entire landscape of France comprises four river basins and a plateau; three of the rivers Seine, Loire and Garonne flow east to west into the English Channel, the Atlantic and the Bay of Biscay respectively; while Rhone flows south into the Mediterranean. [43 words] [Dolphi] [Oct 3, 2013]

The picturesque natural beauty of the topography of France is enhanced by the Alps near the Italian and Swiss borders, the dense forest cover of the Vosges Mountains in the northeast and the Pyrenees mountains along the Spanish border. [39 words] [Dolphi] [Oct 3, 2013]

France is traditionally famous for its wide range of wines from a variety of grapes; Bordeaux region has many vineries producing the world-famous ‘Bordeaux’ wine; France also produces world’s most famous liqueurs Cognac, Armagnac etc. [35 words] [Dolphi] [Oct 3, 2013]

France has made invaluable contribution to world’s literature, the most famous French works ares ‘La Comedie Humaine’ by Honore de Balzac (1799-1850), ‘Les Miserables’ and ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’ by Victor Hugo (1802-1885), ‘The Three Musketeers’ and ‘The Count of Montecristo’ by Alexandre Dumas (1802-1870) and ‘Madame Bovary’ by Gustav Flaubert (1821-1880). [54 words] [Dolphi] [Oct 3, 2013]

The relations between France & India have been close and friendly in a traditional manner. There has also been enormous rise in the fields of trade & investment, culture, science & technology and education. [34 words] [Lubna] [Oct 14, 2013]

France is referred as "The Hexagon" or "Hexagone" in French from its shape. France is the third-largest country in Europe as a whole & the largest country in Western Europe. [30 words] [Lubna] [Oct 14, 2013]

France is the fourth wealthiest nation in the world & also has been listed as the best overall health care provider in the world by the World Health Organization. [29 words] [Lubna] [Oct 14, 2013]

The citizens of France enjoy a high standard of living, high public education level & one of the longest life expectancies of the whole world. [25 words] [Lubna] [Oct 14, 2013]

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