France covers 212,390Land Area sq miles, slightly smaller than the state of _______________ is the largest country of Western Europe. A new tunnel called the ________________ is built under the English Channel and it connects England and France.
In the southwest, theMountains ________________ separate France from Spain. In the southeast the _______________ divide France from Italy. At 15,771 feet, ________________ is one of the highest mountains in Europe and is located in the ______________ on the border of Italy.
Rivers The ____________ river which is just under 500 miles long, flows into France’s capital city of _________________. This is the major river of France and is easily ________________ which means it is both wide and deep enough for ships to use.
France is the largestAgriculture ______________ producer in Europe. France the leading agricultural producer in Europe. Farmers produce Wheat Poultry Dairy Beef and pork _______________ rank as one of the most important crops of France.
Industry France’s natural mineral resources include 1. Coal 2. Iron Ore 3. Bauxite French workers produce 1. Airplanes 2. Cars 3. Computers
People of Most French trace their ancestry to the France ________________ and the _________________ of early Europe. They speak French and about _________ are Roman Catholic. The population of France totals __________ million people.
Kings ruled France forFrance’s History nearly ________________. In ________ the French people overthrew their last king. They set up a _______________, a government where people elect all important government officials.
Paris itself is home toParis _______ million people. France’s literacy rate is __________ which shows the country’s emphasis on education. This city is home to some of the best known buildings, museums, and artwork in the entire world.
Tourists from all over theTourism in world visit France’s France historic and cultural sites. Each year, millions of tourists go to the capital Paris, also known as the “City of _____________.” They visit such places as the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral and the home of the Mona Lisa, The Louvre Museum.