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Some important elements of French culture are:
  • Aignier purses and shoes.
  • Balconies with flower pots.
  • Basque fishing villages.
  • Bastille Day, on July 14.
  • Berets.
  • Breton fishing villages.
  • Bridges of Paris.
  • Camembert cheese.
  • Cannes film festival.
  • Cars, such as the vintage Deux Chevaux.
  • Cathar country around Toulouse.
  • Champagne.
  • Chanel suits.
  • Cointreau.
  • Croissants.
  • Eiffel Tower.
  • French accents in English.
  • French access to the tunnel under the English Channel.
  • French bread.
  • French kisses.
  • French windows that run the full vertical length of the wall and open vertically instead of horizontally.
  • Fresh produce.
  • Games of boules.
  • Gauloise cigarettes.
  • Historic cathedrals, such as Chartres and Notre Dame.
  • Huge wooden doors to old buildings.
  • Historic universities such as the Sorbonne of Paris, and the Universite d'Aix-en-Provence.
  • La vache qui rit cheese.
  • Le grand marnier.
  • Luxembourg gardens.
  • Magazine and newspaper kiosks.
  • Metro, as the subway.
  • Mont St. Michel.
  • Motorized bikes of college students.
  • Obelisk from ancient, pharaonic Egypt.
  • Open-air book.
  • Open-air cafes.
  • Open-air markets.
  • Open-air print sellers.
  • Pharmacies, for prescribing medications and selling stamps.
  • The Riviera, of beautiful beaches and homes.
  • Roasted chestnuts.
  • Roman amphitheaters.
  • Roman aqueducts.
  • Statues of Marianne, to commemorate the French Revolution.
  • Topless sunbathing.
  • Train stations, such as la Gare de l'Est.
  • Truffles.
  • Versailles.
  • Vineyards.
  • Weekend in the country in spring, at the beach in summer, on a hilly hike in fall, and at a ski jump in winter.
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