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  • 1. Módulo: Viajar na Europa Formadora: Luísa Silva
  • 2.  I decided to travel around Europe, will visit the country that is France and the city I chose Paris because it was considered the City of Light. I make this trip by plane, Ill install me in a hotel for five nights and the means of transport that will be used rental car. After making reservations, I will show what really led me to make this trip to Paris (France). Sara Gonçalves * Técnico de Informática 2
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  • 4. The starting point is Porto (Portugal) towards Paris (France) the flight will last for two hours.Sara Gonçalves * Técnico de Informática 4
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  • 6. “The K&K Hotel is 800metres from the RiverSeine and LouvreMuseum. Rue du BacMetro Station is 90metres away, which cantake guests to Porte deVersailles Parc deexhibitions, Saint-Lazareand the Sacre Coeur.” Sara Gonçalves * Técnico de Informática 6
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  • 8.  After arriving at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris, will move me to the train station, where the car I rented online. To give birth this time, I began my journey through France, more specifically Paris. Sara Gonçalves * Técnico de Informática 8
  • 9. France may be considered Place of liberty, equalityone of the most influential and fraternity. Famousnations in the Western for its literature, cuisine,world. art, wine and fashion. Sara Gonçalves * Técnico de Informática 9
  • 10.  The French flag was adopted on February 15, 1794, five years after the French Revolution (1789). The flag consists of three vertical stripes in blue, white and red. These colors symbolize the French Revolution. The blue color represents the legislative power in France, the color white represents the executive branch and the red color represents the French nation. Since all three bands have the same size, it represents the division of power equally. The French tricolor flag also symbolizes the motto of the French Revolution "Liberty, Equality and Fraternity." Curiosity: Between 1814 and 1830, France has adopted an all-white flag. The official flag was restored to the July Revolution of 1830. Sara Gonçalves * Técnico de Informática 10
  • 11. The French Republic,victorious in two worldwars of the 20th century,is one of the richestcountries in the worldwith a highlysophisticated culture. Inrecent years, itsreconciliation andcooperation withGermany has been centralto the economicintegration of Europe,including theintroduction of a commoncurrency, the euro, inJanuary 1999. Sara Gonçalves * Técnico de Informática 11
  • 12. Poetry and art contaminatesthe air of Paris. Political andintellectual capital of France,with over ten millioninhabitants. Paris alsoenchanted by the beauty andboldness of its architecture,charm and elegance of theChamps Elysees of theircoffees and cuisine.Alexandre III Bridge over theRiver Seine. Built in the late19th century as part of plansfor the Universal Exhibition of1900. It is one of the mostbeautiful in Paris. Its namehonors the Tsar Alexander III,symbolizing the Franco-Russian of the time. Sara Gonçalves * Técnico de Informática 12
  • 13. Population Population: 62,300,000 (July 2009). Population growth rate.: 0.37% (2005 est.) Languages​​: French spoken throughout the territory. Regional languages ​and dialects in decline (Provencal, Breton, Basque, Flemish, Corsican, Catalan, Alsatian). Life expectancy at birth: 79.6 years. Religions: Roman Catholic 83% to 88%, Protestant 2%, Jewish 1%, Muslim 5% to 10%, unaffiliated 4%. Trial of French impressionist Ethnic groups: Celtic, Latin, Teutonic, painter Edgar Degas (1834-1917) Slavic, North African, Indochinese and Basque minority. Sara Gonçalves * Técnico de Informática 13
  • 14. Name: French Republic (France). In French: République Française (France). In English: French Republic (France).Derives from the Latin Francia, francus the country.Capital: Paris.Government type: Republic.Administrative divisions:Metropolis: 22 regions: Alsace, Aquitaine, Auvergne, Basse-Normandie, Bourgogne, Bretagne, Centre, Champagne-Ardenne,Corse, Franche-Comte, Haute-Normandie, Ile-de-France, Languedoc-Roussillon, Limousin, Lorraine, Midi -Pyrenees, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Pays de la Loire, Picardie, Poitou-Charentes, Provence-Alpes-Cote dAzur, Rhone-Alpes. The regions aresubdivided into a total of 96 departments (including the island of Corsica).Overseas Departments (4): Guadeloupe, Martinique, Guyana and Reunion.Overseas collectivities (5): French Polynesia, Wallis and Futuna, Mayotte, Saint-Pierre-and-Miquelon, the French Southernand Antarctic Lands (the latter not internationally recognized).Collectivity sui generis: New Caledonia.relief:Plains: 2 / 3 of the total area.Main mass: the Alps (culminating, Mont Blanc is the highest peak in Western Europe, with 4,808 m), the Pyrenees, Jura,Ardennes, Massif Central and Vosges.Coast: four maritime areas (the North Sea, the Channel, the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean), France has 5,500 km ofcoastline.Total area: 550,000 km ².Climate: Three types: Oceanic (west), Mediterranean (south) and continental (central and east).Ports: Bordeaux, Boulogne, Cherbourg, Dijon, Dunkerque, La Pallice, Le Havre, Lyon, Marseille, Mulhouse, Nantes, Paris,Rouen, Saint Nazaire, Saint Malo, Strasbourg. Sara Gonçalves * Técnico de Informática 14
  • 15. Economy Economic data France is in a transition from an Currency: euro. economy with strong government intervention to a more liberal economy. GDP (purchasing power parity): Many state enterprises were privatized, U.S. $ 1.737 trillion (2004 est.) but the government still owns a controlling interest of several major companies such as Air France, France GDP per capita (purchasing Telecom, Renault and Thales. In power parity): U.S. $ 28,700 addition, the government still dominates (2004) some sectors, such as production of electricity, public transport and national defense-oriented industries. GDP growth rate: 2.1% (2004) The telecommunications sector is gradually being opened to competition. Unemployment rate: 10.1% The tax burden is one of the highest in (2004) Europe (43.8% in 2003). Sara Gonçalves * Técnico de Informática 15
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  • 17. La Conciergerie and the River Seine. La Conciergerie was built in the 14th century to bea royal palace. Later the building was transformed into a prison. Sara Gonçalves * Técnico de Informática 17
  • 18. Eglise Saint-EustacheSara Gonçalves * Técnico de Informática 18
  • 19. The Eiffel Tower, arevolutionary structure builtby Gustave Eiffel for theUniversal Exhibition of1889, is still a symbol ofFrance.The Tower took two years tocomplete and was opened bythe Prince of Wales wholater became King EdwardVII of England.By the time the constructionof the Eiffel Tower, the tallestbuilding erected by humanbeings was the GreatPyramid of Cheops in Egypt,with 138 meters high andalmost five thousand yearsold. The Eiffel Towerremained the tallest buildingin the world until 1930. Sara Gonçalves * Técnico de Informática 19
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