Was France a part of another country if so who?
No, France was always an independent country.
Spain and France have a common border. Along PART of that border is the tiny country of Andorra. On the north side of Andorra is France and on the south side is Spain. A border is a line between one country and another. A line has neither width nor area. Andorra has width, length, and area so it can't be a border, or form part of a border.
THere's really no sensible answer to that. France is fairly long North-South, and had both lowlands and alpine regions - so climate in France can be quite different from one spot to another. On average Summer in France is mildly hot on the western side (due to the influence of the Atlantic) and rather hot in the easternmost part of the country and in the part borduring the Mediterranean sea. See the related question for…
France is a democratic country and people have the right to vote. So naturally there are French elections. France is a democratic country and people have the right to vote. So naturally there are French elections. France is a democratic country and people have the right to vote. So naturally there are French elections. France is a democratic country and people have the right to vote. So naturally there are French elections. France is a…
Although people often use both names to refer to the same place Holland is in fact just a part of the Netherlands, not the whole country. So a Dutch passport is from the Netherlands, as that is the country. Holland is not a country, just a part of the country. So if someone comes from Holland or another part of the Netherlands, they will have a Dutch passport.
Scotland is part of the UK- the United Kingdom, and is just above England. France is on the other side of the channel and is another country altogether. In France they speak french, use the Euro, and in the north are mountains so you can go skiing whereas in the south it is nice and hot. In Scotland they speak English with a Scottish accent and use the pound (it's colder in Scotland).
France's metropolitan area is 551,695 km2 (Part of France located in Europe) France in general (includes territories of Guyane, Martinique, Mayotte, and Reunion, these territories have the same political status as any part of metropolitan France, so arent really considered territories.) 674,843 km2 France including territories, 1,234,573 km2. France straddles every continent, but Asia, including Antarctica, and when including all territories it is the 25th largest country.
If you own and rent property in France and pay your taxes there also but you reside in another EC country must you claim and pay taxes on that income where you reside?
Most countries have an agreement so nothing is double taxed so you either dont have to pay tax in regards to your rental property in the country you reside if you paid it in France or more commonly you would get a credit in the country you reside for the tax you paid in France. Speak with your accountant about this but either way you will not get taxed twice on the same thing.