FranceIn French: Pays européen France Statistics:
Bay of Biscay
Bay of Biscay
France is a Country with lots of different types of things. The area is about 211, 208 square miles (547,026 square kilometers). The population is about 64.7 million people. Some landmarks and physical features are Bay of Biscay, Gironde River, Loire River, Rhone River, and Pordogne River. France's Major Cities are Marseille, Lyon, Toulouse, Strasbourg, Nice, Rennes, Lille, Bordeaux, and it's capital Paris. Their Resources are grains, wines, dairy products, sugar beets, oil seeds, meat, poultry, and fruits.It's Climate is temperate. The Infant Mortality rate is 3.8/1,000. The agriculture is 3.2%. France resembles to a star and its nickname is "Hexagon. Culture:
Mousse Au Chocolat
Mousse Au Chocolat

France's Culture's include their food, religion, language, and traditions. Some of there foods are Baguette, Soupe a I'oignon Gratinee which is onion soup, croque monsieur which is a ham and cheese sandwich, mousse au chocolat which is chocolate mousse, and many more. Their religion are Roman Catholic 85%, Muslim 10%, Protestant 2%, and Jewish 1%. France's Language is 100% French. France has many traditions, so I will only name some of them. Beheading bottles is a tradition and they would ride up a full gallop to one of the ladies holding up a bottle and with one swipe, they behead them with a bottle. It is usually held during weddings. During Christmas, they hold a tradition that you hold a puppet show. On Easter they don't have any church bells on Thursday the day before Good Friday, and the custom is for people to hug and kiss each other on Easter Day. The Poison D'avril is when you make fish of paper, pin as many adults as possible, and run away saying "Poison D'avril which is "April Fools." Bastille Day is when they shoot fireworks and are held on July 14. The 5-week-holiday is when an employ has a 5 week holiday and is usually held in August. Physical Geography:
The Alps Mountain Range
The Alps Mountain Range
The mountains in France are The Massif Mountain Range, The Alps Mountain Range, The Jura Mountain Range, and The Pyreness Mountain Range. The lakes are, Lake Le Bois Francais, Lac Leman, Lac Du Bourget, Lake Annecy ( Cleanest Lake in the world and the next largest lake in the world after Lake Bourget.) The rivers in France are River Charente, River Doubs, River Garonne, River Lot, River Loire, River Moselle, River Rhine, River Saone, River Seine, River Paris center, and River Yonne. The oceans around France is Atlantic Ocean, and the Sea is the Mediterranean Sea. Major City:
The Eiffel Tower
The Eiffel Tower
Paris is the Capital of France. The size of Paris is 105.39 km2 (41 square miles.) The location of Paris is low- lying a bowl shaped basin, North- center france, 48 degrees 51' 24"N 2 degrees 21' 03" E. There industires are cookware to textiles to cars. Paris's attractiond are the Eiffel Tower and Paris of Versailles. The Eiffel tower is the tallest structure in the world and is probably Europe's best known landmark, and Paris's most famous symbol. It was built for the World Exhibition in 1889, held in celebration of the French Revolution in 1789. The construction was only meant to last for the duration ofthe exposition, but it still stands today. No one could not imagine Paris without the Eiffel Tower, in fact it has become the symbol of City of Light. 













 This is a video of the Eiffel Tower Light Show