How can get to France?
The easiest way to get to France is by flight. There are plenty of airlines that make regular international flights in France, usually Paris making it one of the busiest in the world. If you are departing from the Eastern coast of the U.S. it should be about a nine hour flight to Paris. Another way is by ship, but that is very time consuming. Not very good for those who can get seasick easily.
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Answer \n. \nThis would be impossible to answer in a forum like this. You need to ask a specific question, e.g. Are you looking for information on a certain period of French history? The middle ages? The French Revolution? The World Wars of the 20th century?
France was named after a Germanic tribe, the"Franks" , who settled in Northern France, and whose kingscame to preeminence after the fall of the Roman Empire. The Franks held a large territory in nowadays Belgium, NorthernFrance and down to Paris. At the time the word "Frank" also meant'free'. In reference to the Franks, a region a few kilometers northof Paris was also named "France". That name is still existing inplace names like "Roisssy-en-France". That land was part of theroyal domain of the first French kings, who came to extend theirdomination upon the other French regions.
After the fall of the Roman Empire, a lot of different barbarian tribes fought over Gaul (ancient name of France) the ones that wiped all the other out were the Francs and their king Clovis. The called the territory by their own name, it became France.
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There mountain ranges such as the Alps and the Pyrenees. The most famous mountain is Mt. Blanc, translated Mt. White.
A franc is the main unit of currency, formerly used in France, andcurrently used in the following countries: Burundi, Congo, Switzerland, Djibouti, Guinea, Comoros, Rwanda,Central African Republic
France is located in Western Europe and is bordered by: Belgium and Luxembourg to the north, Germany, Switzerland and Italy to the east, The Mediterranean Sea and Spain to the south and the Atlantic ocean to the west. It is the second largest country in Europe (the first in western Europe and in the European Union) with an area of 551,500 square kilometers. France is the largest country in western Europe. It is bordered by Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland it is 551,670 square kilometres. It is in the northern hemisphere
France sent Denim jeans to California in the 1500 so workers could have something to wear and they became more and more popular now people in France wear them sometimes and girls wear dresses to represent the culture.
No, Luxembourg is a country in its own right. It is surrounded by France, Germany and Belgium.
In Paris the Metro is the underground railway system similar to the NY Subway or the London Tube system MÃ©tro is the French word for an Underground urban railway. There are MÃ©tros in many French cities: Paris, Lyon, Marseilles, Lille etc. etc.
it depends on where you want to go... In the mountains, it can get quite cold with snow and all... But if you go to Paris for example, it is not that cold, rarely lower than the freezing limit (0Â°C; 32Â°F), but it is a wet cold, so it can seem colder than it really is... Rate This Answer
In France, you can visit wonderful places, eat delicious food, discover a new language, there's so many things to do in France!
There are many activities that families can participate in, whilein France, including visiting museums. People can also visit themeparks, and visit the Eiffel Tower.
France was named France in 987 (prior to this date it was known as West Francia) after the name of the people that has invided and populated northern Gauls, the "Franks".
There is no record for the first person having set the foot in France as it is inhabited since Prehistoric times. The name "France" itself was given after a Germanic tribe, the Franks having settled in Northern France, whose kings came to preeminence after the fall of the Roman Empire.
France has French Kisses, Festival de Cannes, French language, Eiffel Tower (Tour Eiffel), and of course a beautiful first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy
Can you rephrase your sentence if you mean that what is there to do in France i can help. There is the gorgeous Eiffel Tower. Arc De Triumph The Louvre Museum Disney Land winery's gardens and so much more I HOPED THIS HELPED! If you meant something else please re write it and i will happily try to answer it.!
No. The euro is the only legal currency. The last exchange operation organized by the Banque de France has ended in early 2012.
No, it hasn't. At the time of the Roman Empire, it was called 'Gaul' in reference to the Gaulish tribes living there. The rising of the Frankish tribe at the time and after the fall of the roman empire slowly changed the name, in reference to the Franks. A few examples: In 843: Francie occidentale (in English "West Francia" or the West Frankish Kingdom") in 1190: From "Roi des Francs" to "Roi de France " (from the Latin reference to the king as rex FranciÃ¦ instead of rex Francorum ) in 1205: Royaume de France (from the Latin reference to the king as regnum FranciÃ¦ )
The Euro was officially introduced on 1 January 1999. From that point onwards, both the French Franc and the Euro were legal tender in France. On 1 January 2002 franc coins and notes were withdrawn from circulation and the Euro became the sole legal currency.
there are a number of currencies that came before or alongside the French franc : "la livre tournois", "le denier", "l'Ã©cu". The French franc was first created in the 14th century, and came through a series of evolutions including the decimal system during the French revolution.
wrong> The form 'la France' is the most common. J'habite en France = I live in France J'aime la France, vive la France = I love France, long live France.
The Romans called it Gallia - Gaul; to be precise, Gallia Transalpina, Gaul beyond the Alps.
New France is not the same as France, but a former colony of it. New France was the area controlled by the French, stretching from nowadays Quebec to New Orleans, Louisiana, through the plains of what is now the US.
Here are just a few of what I think represents France... . French Stick (Baguette) . Beret (Hat) . Cheese . Chocolate Bread (The Breakfast Kind) . Eiffel Tower . Croissant (Another Breakfast Bread) . Gustave Eiffel (The Creater Of The Eiffel Tower) . Tour De France . Wine . Sanils and Frong (For Eating) I hope this helps a lot! :)
the common speed limits in France are: 130 km/hour on motorways, 110 when raining; 110 km/hour on expressways (usually dual carriageways in both directions), 100 when raining; 90 km/h on regular roads; 50 km/h in town and villages, unless posted otherwise; the town boundaries are marked by signs at the entrance and at the exit; the town council may decide to lower the speed limit in certain areas. All the speed limits are signposted on motorways, expressways, and where special limits are set. Nearly all the other speed limits are signposted, although town entrance signs are legally enough to warn drivers that their speed should not be over 50 km/h.
France does a lot of trading with other countries in order to getwhat they need. France has soybeans, machinery, and plastic totrade.
There was more than one dukedom of France You have to know what time frame and king was in power to know the duke
Britain, short for Great Britain is an island in northern Europe that is located between the atlantic and the north sea, it contains 3 of the 4 constiuent countries that make up the United Kingdom. France is a country in western Europe, the largest in the European Union.
France is divided into regions (formerly called 'provinces'), themselves divided into "dÃ©partements", which are the closest thing to a county in France.
Boat, Eurostar or plane. You can take the eurostar or a boat to cross the channel into England and then another boat to Ireland. Or a boat directly to Ireland, which would make much mre sense. But in the eurostar case it only crosses the channel. Or a plane straight to any of the airports all over Ireland, which makes most sense as it would be cheeper, quicker and less hassel.
No, France and Netherlands both are different countries.Netherlands and France was the eighth largest trading partner in2016. I like to travel mostly to Netherlands during my vacations.
Frances Burt was a foster mother in Rhode Island who tormented her children, beat them, and made them shoplift on her behalf. Frances Burt was eventually convicted on charges of kidnapping, extortion, arson, sexual assault, racketeering, welfare fraud and disability fraud. Burt was later convicted in 1994. Frances Burt was sentenced to 30 years, with 11 years to serve in prison and 19 years later suspended. Burt was released from prison in June 2001 and is now serving 19 years of probation. Burt's story was later turned into a CBS movie Family Sins.
Marianne is the symbolic representation of the French Republic - like Britannia or uncle Sam, she is not an historical person.
Not by several thousand miles. On the other hand, French Polynesia (a French Territory) IS in the Pacific.
"Apricot" (name of a fruit - plum/or/peach-like) in French is "abricot", pronounced as in English "ah-b'hhee-col" ("hh" like a strong English "h", such as in "horse", "hard"; "col" having a mute "l" and being the stressed syllable).
"Abricot" (originally meaning "precocious", from Latin) is the French word for English "Apricot", which means a fruit ("Prunus armeniaca" or "Armeniaca vulgaris, Lam", as supposed to have been originated in Armenia) classified as a plum, but rather almost like a type of peach. As for "Apricot", itÂ´s a brand of microcomputer produced in England by ACT enterprise.
Yes. The most popular is the Louvre in Paris, France. It is said that if you looked at every object for 4 seconds, it would take you 3 months to see everything. Another recommendation is the Palace of Versailles which is 20 kilometers from Paris and had been home to the infamous Marie Antoinette.
the franc was phased out in 2001 and the French use the Euro as their currency since January 1, 2002.
So far President Sarkozy has engaged a huge amount of reforms. A few of them are viable, even fewer are the one which actually took effect. Mainly his right-winged policy aims at reducing the cost of the public services, first come: - Health care - Justice - National Education Also the current president has proceeded to the privatization of many huge state monopols (electricity, post services) and plans to do the same with the public railways. It's to be known that France is a country with high income taxes that relies a lot on its public services, known to be among the best in the world. The policy of Nicolas Sarkozy is thus very very contested in France. Nicolas Sarkozy is the most unpopular president of the 5th Republic.
New France, currently the State of Quebec in Canada, was founded by French settlers as the first French colony in Northern America in the late 16th century following its discovery by Cartier who had been send by King Francis I of France in order to map the and later colonize the western part of Northern Atlantic.
No, what was New France is currently known as the Province of Quebec (in Canada), its former name of New France was given when the French first settled there in the sixteenth century.
they basically depend on France for women so they were able to populate new France they didn't really depend on it France depended on new France for suplys so they could make it into goods that they could sell to south america. it was the triangle trade -martin
Quite a few. My daughter was born in Coutances; I have visited Fleurance (which is hardly a city in terms of size); there is also Ance in the South-West, and Vence and many more.
The name France comes from Franks (Francs in French) this is an old Germanic people that invaded the Roman Gaul just after the end of the Roman empire. They created a realm which can be concidered as the ancestor of the French state, France.
Same way people get from England to New England: by sailing the Northern Atlantic Ocean.
It's not an obligation to be born in France to be president.However, you have to be of French nationality.
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You can't use francs anymore in France, since Jan 1, 2002 when they were definitely replaced with the Euro.
No. France is a country in Europe. New France was the colonial part of North America that France controlled from 1534 to 1763.