France, Europe

France, Europe

Paris is the capital of France, holding around 12 million people out of the country's population; that's almost 18.75%.

The main language in France is... you guessed it! French. This country is neither a peninsula nor an island, it is a continental country. The current population is around 64 million since November 2nd of the year 2023. Their government is Democratic.

The countries that border France are: Andorra, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Spain, Switzerland, and Monaco. In the east and north, France is surrounded by The North Sea and The North Atlantic Ocean.

France's major industries include: automobile manufacturing, aircraft production, chemicals, electronics, machinery manufacturing, metallurgy, and tourism.

Fun Fact: Estimates show that around 30 million people visit France every year.

The tallest mountain range in France is the Alps, the tallest mountain in France being Mont Blanc at a height of 4,807m.

A famous series of events that happened in France were: The Paris Peace Treaties, which were signed on 10 February 1947, concluding the end of WW2 between the Allies and the Axis.

The main agricultural products that France produces are sugar beets, wine, milk, beef and veal, cereals, and oil seeds. The most famous foods ever invented in France, according to me, are the croissants and the baguettes.

The two most famous landmarks in France are the Louvre Museum and the Eiffel Tower, which are both in Paris.