Why do you think alsace is the most non-french region of France?
Because Alsace has historically been part of Germany at times and part of France at times (Alsatian is a German dialect, in fact), Alsace may strike some as a bit more "German" than "French" at times.
Why do you think some would say that alsace is the most non-France region of France consider things such as dialectcuisinearchitecture and history?
It is a good question. Alsace and Moselle are the french regions which have the most particularities. And not only because of the architecture, culture or language which are the reflection of the regionalism. Alsace had been invaded by Germans at the end of the 19th century. And it can be considered as the most "German" region of France. Some laws from the German annexion are still valid today. The main particularities are - The…
A fertile strip of land along the west bank of the river Rhine taken by France in the Thirty Years' war are?
I think you are referring to Alsace. Alsace is a flat bottomed rift valley, separated from France by the Vosges mountains. It was originally inhabited by German-speaking peoples at the end of the Roman Empire and became part of the German Empire. in 1648 (end of 30 years war) part (but not all) of Alsace was annexed by France. The last part of Alsace (the city of Mulhouse) was annexed in 1798 Since then Alsace…
Im from Spain valencia and i think Spain is rather more brute and France posh but our language come from latin, em our country is Europe... um... I cant think of another one, ive never been in France and I use to hate them, I think im not the right person to answer this :-( Sorry (But I still think Spain and France havent got nearly any similarity)