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Answered 2009-06-28 16:16:22

i don't actually know well tbh do you expect me to because i don't really tend to go to France with a tape measure and walk across France with it!!! just to measure out the length of Francethe reason i asked this question was for my geography homework but i can find out other things on France other than that!

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