France Kendall Hays

There is probably more than 60 million people living in France. How France people make a living is that they go around and talk and help others.

This is the Eiffel Tower it is really famous in Paris,France probably 1,000 people go there to see it every day. Why is it important because on March 31,1889,the Eiffel Tower is dedicated in Paris in a ceremony presided over by Gustave Eiffel.

Here is a picture of France in Europe.

French language came from Gaul is kinda a Latin language.

This is a video of people speaking french.

The 2007 CIA World Factbook listed the religion of France as Roman Catholic 83–88%, Protestant 2%, Jewish 1%, Muslim 5%–10%, unaffiliated 4%. In 2002 the CIA World Factbook stated that 88–92% of the French population was Catholic. The source of these numbers is unclear.

Macaron is famous in France it is a good desert to people in France. Cookie: Egg white, icing sugar, granulated sugar, almond powder or ground almond, food coloring Filling: buttercream, ganache, or jam.

This is Escargot,in French cuisine, the snails are typically purged, killed, removed from their shells, and cooked (usually with garlic butter, chicken soup or wine), and then placed back into the shells with the butter and sauce for serving. ... The snails are cooked, and served in their shells.

Soccer is a famous sport in France they have won a world cup quarters they still have another game to do.

The head of the government is François Hollande.

Louis XVI was the last king of France (1774–92) in the line of Bourbon monarchs preceding the French Revolution of 1789. He was executed for treason by guillotine in 1793.

This 10 year bloodshed that cost thousands of French lives, was what ultimately ended the absolute monarchy of Louis XVI and the feudal system – establishing a republic led by Napoleon Bonaparte. Influenced by Enlightenment ideals, the French people rose against the system in an attempt to achieve sovereignty, political and social rights. Even though it was a very costly war in terms of human losses, and not all objectives were achieved, the civilians succeeded in showing how the power of their union could change the fate of their country’s politics. On July 14th, 1789 civilians took over La Bastille in Paris, the place where the state stored its guns and ammunition, as well as political prisoners, marking the beginning of the revolution.

So i could not do a video because it wont let me for some what.

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