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How powerful is France?

Currently, quite powerful. Ever since WWII, the French built a formidible armies incase another Hitler came along. I'm pretty sure they can win World War III if it happe (MORE)
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Where is France?

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 (MORE)

What is the Monetary of France?

It is the Euro. It used to be the French franc, but as with most countries in the European Union, they switched to the Euro in 2002; by 2005, the coins could no longer be used (MORE)

Why is France named France?

France was named after a Germanic tribe, the  "Franks", who settled in Northern France, and whose kings  came to preeminence after the fall of the Roman Empire.   The Fr (MORE)

What do you where in France?

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 gi (MORE)

Does France have Christmas?

Do bears... Yes, of course. About half the population sees it as what it is, the birthday of our Lord; and the other half takes the day off, has a big meal, and sends itself N (MORE)
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What is the perimeter of France?

It is actually 4134 km, the border of France.     Sources:Google Earth Ruler Tool, traced around France border
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Is there a Walmart in France?

No. Walmart does not have locations in France. Walmart operates  over 11,000 retail units under 71 banners in 27 countries, but  France is not one of them.
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What represents France?

Here are just a few of what I think represents France... French Stick (Baguette)Beret (Hat)CheeseChocolate Bread (The Breakfast Kind)Eiffel TowerCroissant (Another Breakfast B (MORE)
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Is France the same as New France?

No. France is a country in Europe. New France was the colonial part of North America that France controlled from 1534 to 1763.
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