ABC of interesting facts about France
And – cars in France in the priority of domestic – brands Peugeot, Citroen and Renault.
B – Bastille, the day of the capture of this prison fortress built in 1370 – July 14, 1889 – is considered one of the most important national holidays. In fact, the main reason for the storming of the Bastille was the seizure of weapons stored there, and not the release of prisoners, who at the time were not more than ten people.
B – the street in each city is named after Victor Hugo in France.
G – Gothic as the original art in architecture originated in France.Interestingly, the early Gothic cathedrals were brightly painted and decorated. The characteristic gray color of the walls became a distinctive feature of this style later.
D – the villages of France are unusually picturesque, beautiful and original, and their inhabitants are happy people.
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E – The European Union was founded by the French according to the ideas of French Foreign Minister Robert Schumann.
F – train stations in France have a piano so that passengers can get on with something pleasant while waiting for a train.
W – castles and fortresses in France 4 969, in other countries – less.
And – the iris is the national flower of France.
Y – Yer – the southernmost city of the French Riviera, which has everything for the best in the world of rest: the Mediterranean Sea with clean beaches, coral reefs, the medieval citadel on the hill, art galleries and the true paradise of Hyères.
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K – cooking in France is considered to be the best on the planet. There are 22 traditional cuisines in the country – according to the number of historical provinces.
L – Lutetia – this is the first name of Paris when it was a Roman village.
M – men in France live on average 80 years, which is the third longest indicator in Europe.
N – Nobel laureates in France more than in any other country in the world.
A – The Olympic Games in the winter were first organized in France, in the ski resort of Chamonix.
P – Galya’s cock – a recognizable animal of France, a symbol of the National Olympic Committee of the country. General Charles de Gaulle recommended minting the image of a rooster on military medals as a sign of the morale of the French.
P – Religions in France – this is Catholicism, Christianity and Islam. But in the country, 27% are atheists, which makes the Republic one of the most non-religious countries in the world.
C – “Freedom, equality, fraternity” – this motto of the French Revolution spread throughout the world.
T – The Arc de Triomphe on the Place Charles de Gaulle in Paris, built in the antique style – one of the symbols of France – was built in 1806 as a monument to Napoleon’s victories.
U – carbon dioxide, which gives bubbles to champagne, made the drink world-famous.
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F – French is the first or second official language in thirty countries of the world.
X – in France 7 main mountain ranges: the Central Massif, the Southern Alps, the Northern Alps, the Vosges, the Jura, the Pyrenees, Corsica.
C – flowers in France everywhere, even on toilet paper. It is this kind of it that is sold the most.
H – time zones on the territory of France as many as 12 – this is taking into account the Overseas Territories.
W – in the Provencal town of Menerb opened the only one in the whole world Corkscrew Museum. The exhibition has more than a thousand unique items belonging to different historical eras.
E – wine exports in France is about 20% of the world – this is 8 billion bottles per year.
I – nuclear energy in France is a priority. The country ranks second in the world in its production after the United States.
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