About 63 000 000 inhabitants.
The first known inhabitants of France can be traced back to about 1.8 million years ago. These inhabitants were nomadic hunter gatherers.
there are 38 000 towns and villages in France. 10 had more than 200 000 inhabitants in 2009 - 260 had more than 30 000 inhabitants -
The Celtic gauls were the first inhabitants
The earliest inhabitants of France were bacteria. Then came along animals such as birds and dinosaurs followed by human beings.
About 1 100 000 inhabitants. (urban area)
they were bulgarians
The Habitant where the inhabitants of New France.
Don't be surprised, they are called French.
Paris, with 2.2million inhabitants, is far and away the largest city in France. The second largest city with 0.8million inhabitants is Marseille
Paris it has 12 million inhabitants
As of Jan. 1, 2013, the town of Toulouse had 449,328 inhabitants (4th-largest French town) and a population density of about 3,800 people per sq km.The urban area had 1,218,166 inhabitants (5th-largest in France).
Angers (France) has 147,571 inhabitants. It is larger than Munster (France) which has 5,000 inhabitants, but smaller than MÃ¼nster (Germany): 273,000 people. There are other "Munster" in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and Ireland.
65 350 181 inhabitants
Fifth Largest City in FranceThe fifth-largest city in France is Nice with a population of 347,060 inhabitants.
Has 1.29533 Billion of inhabitants
Canada has 34,482,779 (2011) inhabitants.
United Kingdom has 62,262,000 inhabitants Great Britain has 60,003,000 France has 65,350,000
It depends how you define "city". The following are the cities in Alsace, France with greater than 50,000 inhabitants:Colmar (65,713)Mulhouse (111,156)Strasbourg - regional capital (272,222)
the city itself had an population of 113237 inhabitants (as of 2006). Including the surrounding area, Orleans had 274000 inhabitants as of 1999. Source www.orleans.fr
the inhabitants of Paris are called 'parisien, parisienne' (Parisian)
Limoges had a population of 139,150 people and a population density of 1,783 inhabitants per sq km in 2010. The urban area had 282,873 inhabitants.
20 inhabitants per km2.
At the beginning of the 13th century, the estimated population was 12.2 million inhabitants, marking a big increase. In 1320, under the king Charles the 4th, France has about 20 million inhabitants. ________________ About 15 million at mid-century in the area of modern France and 12m in the smaller kingdom of the time.
No, but he was from Normandy in northern France and some of the inhabitants were descended from Norsemen, (Vikings).