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What are the human characteristics of France?
The following are four common characteristics of human rights: • UNIVERSAL/INTERNATIONAL: The rights are applied fairly and equally to all community …members. • INALIENABLE: The rights recognize the need of traditionally marginalized or silenced community members. • INDIVISIBLE: Individual rights do not threaten or diminish other human rights identified in the thirty articles of the UDHR. • INTERDEPENDENT: Individual rights strengthen or promote other human rights identified in the thirty articles of the UDHR.
The Eiffel Tower
In France, the people use many nuclear plants to produce energy. the plants produce mass amounts of smoke and chemicals. these chemicals produce pollution for France. The biop…roduct of the nuclear reaction is radioactive material. This material is harmful to the environment. the french also are a part of deforestation to build homes and other structures. on the other hand, France plants trees and is part of the go green program. you could say that France has both negative and positive reactions towards the environment.
Good hearted * No self esteem * Shy * Clumsy * A loner * A decent man * Indecisive * Weak, no backbone * A loving father * Misunderstood
France became a country in the year 843. It currently has over 60 million residents, and is over 200 thousand square miles in area.
Rabbits have very good memories Rabbits are free-roaming Rabbits are lively and vivacious
mountains,low landing beaches, and grassland.
humanism was a study first done in the renaissance. instead of learning only about god and religion, people, for the first time, started to just think about ourselves as peopl…e characteristics of humanism include anatomy, classicism, nature, realism, reason and learning, religion, individualism, youth, and perspective
1) The axis of La Defense - Champs Elysees - Place de la Concorde - Louvre : stand anywhere along this axis and it's a marvel to see the geographical link between these import…ant sites of Paris. 2) Architecture : from the famous Eiffel Tower to the Gothic cathedral of Notre Dame to the modern structures in La Defense. It's a wonderful city to be in for architecture lovers, and equally fascinating for those who just want to appreciate the aesthetic beauty of the buildings. 3) Grand boulevards : the city was "rebuilt" with great planning in the 19th century under the direction of Baron Haussmann, giving the characteristic look of Parisian boulevards today
Well, the Eiffel Tower, Champs Ellysse, and the Notre Dame Cathedral. Human characteristics are human-made things of France, that mark it for what it is - so pretty much… the three I listed, because it's obvious that they are in France. Hope this helps!
The pattern that people make on the surface of the Earth, such as cities, roads, canals, farms and other ways people change the Earth. (answer is from: instech.tusd.k12.az.us/…Core/glossary/ssglossary.doc )
In Animal Life
the human geography of France is the man-made attractions such as the arche de triomphe, Louvre and the sacre coeur. Or anything that wasnt naturally ther but has been built b…y man-kind
Yes, human ashes can be spread in France. There are many legalconditions. You can disperse the ashes at sea (at least 300 metersfrom the shore, 6 km when still in their contai…ner (a salt orcardboard one). You cannot disperse them in rivers, in smallprivate properties (a garden), anywhere near public roads. You canspread ashes in large private properties with the owner's consent,or in public places away from the general public (a forest, forexample). Finally, towns of over 2,000 inhabitants have a place intheir cemetery (le jardin du souvenir: the remembrance garden)where you can spread the ashes. In any case, the city council mustbe informed in advance.