Which famous French drinks do France like the most?
some are wine,un cafe,un the,une limonade,un soda,un jus de raisin and a few others.un coca
There are no "famous" animals as such in France, but there are a few you might notice. First comes the unofficial emblem of France, the gallic rooster. Otherwise there are poodles (dogs) , pigs, horses, snails , frogs, turkeys, sheep, cattles, peacocks , chickens... etc Or more exotic animals like bears and wolves in the mountainous parts of France (although they're more notorious than famous) as well as cougars, jaguars and monkeys in French Guiana...
There isn't one traditional cloth for France. Every region has it's own, and they are sometimes very different. The most famous ones are the ones of Brittany and Alsace (in my opinion). It's the women's traditional costume that is famous, not the men's one. But as I said, most French regions have their own traditional clothes (there are 22 regions in France...). But no one dresses like that anymore.
The entire French Armed Forces until the country was forced into an armistice in 1940 and from then, within France itself, the French resistance; and outside France the Free French forces (led by de Gaulle). A number of French colonies like French Equatorial Africa joined de Gaulle's fight, while others like French Indochina were soon attacked by the Japanese or remained loyal to the fascist (Vichy) government which controlled southern France.
It's hard to choose one. Below are some of them: "The French are nice people. I allow them to sing and to write, and they allow me to do whatever I like." ~Jules Mazarin "France is France and a grand place for Frenchman." ~Harry S. Truman "France was long a despotism tempered by epigrams." ~Thomas Carlyle
Rheims- located in Northeast France NOTE-Champagne is a region in France, kind of like the Northern California "wine country". The only difference is that sparkling wine from California is not Champagne. Only sparkling wine from the Champagne region can be Champagne. So there really isn't any city's that are famous for their Champagne, but there are about 5 major champagne producing "houses" that are really famous.
IF You live in France but were born in Britain can you get a French passport or gain French citizenship?
In France, they like to eat typically French foods, such as: Snails Cheese Croissants Frog Legs Crepes Pain Au chocolat They also like to drink French and Italian wine, which is usually red wine. The french like to do sports, such as cycling, climbing, swimming, and football. I hope this answer is helpful to you! Bon appetite!
French literature is definitively brilliant. A number of great writers like Victor Hugo or Jules Verne are famous around the world for their stories. Literature is the (only) field where France leads the pack for Nobel prizes. Nowadays authors like Amelie Nothomb or Anna Gavalda are producing modern novels.
you can find about 1.000 things that you can eat that are not found in France and that sound like that they are found in France because they have a French name that sounds like there found in France but aren't. you can name it can name about a million things that are food and they still wont' be found in France.
there is only a French country, which is France. But there are several countries where the French language is spoken, which are French-speaking. The same goes for English and English-speaking: America is not English, but is English-speaking. Well I no that a French speaking country speaks French but not like France. For example:Haiti, and Morrocco are French speaking countries.