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    • Titula Natalia 105A
    • Capital: ParisOfficial language: FrenchArea: 547, 03 km ²Population:65.0 million (includingoverseas territories); 63.3 million(metropolitan).Type of government: RepublicThe head of the state and the executivebranch: president, elected in terms of 5years (Nicolas Sarkozy on May 16, 2007)The head of parliament: Prime Ministerappointed by the President(François Fillonon November 14,2010)
    • Religion: Roman Catholic (majority), Muslim,Protestant, JewishCurrency: EUROThe largest cities:Paris, Marseille, Lyon,Toulouse, Bordeaux, LilleNational holidays: 1January- New Year 1 May - Labor Day 8 May - Victory Day(1945) 14 July - Bastille Day(1789) 11 November - Day of armistice (1918) 25 December - Christmas
    • Geographical position
    • Mont Blanc Massif Mont Blanc 4807m.
    • Cable Cars, Alps
    • Rivers Loire - the longest river in France and the second in Western Europe after the Rhine. Seine.North France
    • LakesLake of Geneva or Lake Lemanthe largest lake in the Alps and thesecond largest freshwater lake in Lake Bourget - one of the largestCentral Europe natural lake in France
    • Lake Annecy - the most cleanest lake in the world.East of France
    • Canal du Midi was created in 17th century as crosscut fromthe Mediterranean to the Atlantic in order to avoid the triparound the malevolent Spain
    • PlantsCorkwood Palm tree
    • AnimalsPeacock in the forest Boulogne
    • Flamingo
    • Black-capped Squirrel Monkey with a baby
    • Horses Deer with a baby
    • TurtleMonitor lizard. Zoo Thoiry
    • Economics of France
    • Wine here had become to do still with the invasion ofthe Romans.
    • Roquefort
    • A sunflower field in Provence, France
    • Paris The city of loveParis you are alwaysin my heartAnd you shineinside my heartJust like therainbowParis you are a partof my heart
    • Arc de TriompheThe Arc is located on the right bank of the Seine.It was commissioned in 1806 after the victory at Austerlitz by EmperorNapoleon
    • Seine. Île de la Cité
    • Notre Dame Cathedral.Notre Dame de Paris
    • Café Marly. View of the Louvre
    • Louvre - one of the largest art museums in the world
    • The Mona Lisa. Portrait of Lisa Gherardini. Leonardo da Vinci 1503–1519 Venus de Milo 130-100 BCPharaoh
    • Avenue des Champs-Élysées
    • Paris street
    • La Sorbonne.The name is derived from the Collége de Sorbonne, founded in 1257by Robert de Sorbon as one of the first significant colleges of themedieval University of Paris.
    • Moulin RougeThe Moulin Rouge is best known as the spiritual birthplace of themodern form of the can-can dance. It was built in 1889 by JosephOller,who also owned the Paris Olympia.
    • Bois de BoulogneThe famous park near the suburb of Boulogne-Billancourtand Neuilly-sur-Seine
    • MarseilleMarseille - the first sea trading town of France,the fourth - Europe (after London, Hamburg and Liverpool).
    • A port city since 7cent.BC
    • Marseille is widely known the most multinational cities inWestern Europe
    • Many immigrants liveand workin the central districts
    • “Marseille is like a volcano: If you saysomething you should not, it may burst” Muslims Jews
    • Chateau dIf
    • Cathedral.(Cathédrale Sainte-Marie-Majeure de Marseille)
    • CognacCognac city is situated in South west of France between Loire valleyand Bordeaux.
    • «Drink of the gods»
    • The Palais de lIsle which often called “old prison". It was constructedin 12th century. Also it is the most photographed monument in all ofFrance.
    • Versailles GardensThe former residence of French kings in the city of Versailles, whichis now a suburb of Paris
    • Pont du Gard, NîmesThis aqueduct bridge was built by the Romans
    • National dishes Oysters
    • Lobster Mussels Provencal
    • CroissantIt is a buttery flaky pastry named for its distinctive crescent shape
    • QuicheIt is a savory, open-faced pastry crust pie with a savory custard fillingof cheese, meat and vegetables.
    • Famous People22 November 1890 – 9 November 1970 31 March 1596 – 11 February 1650
    • 24 July 1802 – 5 December 1870 19 August 1883 – 10 January 1971
    • Perfume
    • Festival of citrusIt takes place in March every year.The creation different sculpture fromoranges, lemons…
    • Phrase BookThe most useful phrase for you if youll go to FranceBonjoir: Good dayBonsoir: Good eveningCombien ça coûte?: How much does this cost?S’il vous plaît: PleaseMerci: Thank youExcusez-moi: Pardon meBonne chance:Good luckJe cherche: I’m looking for…Je voudrais: I would like…