History UsefulNotes / France

25th Jul '16 1:03:00 PM Lyendith
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France, officially known as the French Republic ('''French:''' ''République française''), and its predecessors. For those who don't know, France is a Romance country in Western Europe, with non-Romance ethnic minorities living on the borders: Celtic Brittany, Germanic Alsace and Lorraine (and a few other pockets), and some Basques in the extreme southwest (Gascony). The name "France" comes from the Germanic Franks, who ruled the region formerly known to the Romans as Gallia ("Gaul" was, despite popular belief, not what Romans called the region), but the people living there were not, for the most part, ever Germans. Religiously, or rather non-religiously speaking, France was estimated as the fourth most atheist country in the world by a 2012 study, with roughly 30% of non-believers.[[note]]the podium being held by by China, Japan, and the Czech Republic[[/note]] About two thirds of the population identifiy as "non-religious", with the rest being Catholics (about 11 million), Muslims (2 to 3 millions), Buddhist and Jews (150 000 each) and a small protestant minority.

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France, officially known as the French Republic ('''French:''' ''République française''), and its predecessors. For those who don't know, France is a Romance country in Western Europe, with non-Romance ethnic minorities living on the borders: Celtic Brittany, Germanic Alsace and Lorraine (and a few other pockets), and some Basques in the extreme southwest (Gascony). The name "France" comes from the Germanic Franks, who ruled the region formerly known to the Romans as Gallia ("Gaul" was, despite popular belief, not what Romans called the region), but the people living there were not, for the most part, ever Germans. Religiously, or rather non-religiously speaking, France was estimated as the fourth most atheist country in the world by a 2012 study, with roughly 30% of non-believers.[[note]]the podium being held by by China, Japan, and the Czech Republic[[/note]] About two thirds Another third of the population identifiy as consider themselves "non-religious", with the rest being Catholics (about 11 million), Muslims (2 to 3 millions), million), Buddhist and Jews (150 000 each) and a small protestant minority.
2nd Jun '16 1:12:43 AM darksoul4242
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* Creator/CharlesPerrault$

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4th May '16 12:21:28 AM PaulA
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* ''Film/BeautyAndTheBeast'' takes place in France.

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* ''Film/BeautyAndTheBeast'' ''Film/{{Beauty and the Beast|1946}}'' takes place in France.
13th Apr '16 11:11:18 AM Lyendith
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France, officially known as the French Republic ('''French:''' ''République française''), and its predecessors. For those who don't know, France is a Romance country in Western Europe, with non-Romance ethnic minorities living on the borders: Celtic Brittany, Germanic Alsace and Lorraine (and a few other pockets), and some Basques in the extreme southwest (Gascony). The name "France" comes from the Germanic Franks, who ruled the region formerly known to the Romans as Gallia ("Gaul" was, despite popular belief, not what Romans called the region), but the people living there were not, for the most part, ever Germans. Religiously, or rather non-religiously speaking, France was estimated as the fourth most atheist country in the world by a 2012 study, with roughly 30% of non-believers.[[note]]the podium being held by by China, Japan, and the Czech Republic[[/note]] About two thirds of the population identifiy as "non-religious", with the rest being Catholics (about 11 million), Muslims (2 to 3 millions), Buddhist and Jews (150 000) and a small protestant minority.

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France, officially known as the French Republic ('''French:''' ''République française''), and its predecessors. For those who don't know, France is a Romance country in Western Europe, with non-Romance ethnic minorities living on the borders: Celtic Brittany, Germanic Alsace and Lorraine (and a few other pockets), and some Basques in the extreme southwest (Gascony). The name "France" comes from the Germanic Franks, who ruled the region formerly known to the Romans as Gallia ("Gaul" was, despite popular belief, not what Romans called the region), but the people living there were not, for the most part, ever Germans. Religiously, or rather non-religiously speaking, France was estimated as the fourth most atheist country in the world by a 2012 study, with roughly 30% of non-believers.[[note]]the podium being held by by China, Japan, and the Czech Republic[[/note]] About two thirds of the population identifiy as "non-religious", with the rest being Catholics (about 11 million), Muslims (2 to 3 millions), Buddhist and Jews (150 000) 000 each) and a small protestant minority.
13th Apr '16 11:10:45 AM Lyendith
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France, officially known as the French Republic ('''French:''' ''République française''), and its predecessors. For those who don't know, France is a Romance country in Western Europe, with non-Romance ethnic minorities living on the borders: Celtic Brittany, Germanic Alsace and Lorraine (and a few other pockets), and some Basques in the extreme southwest (Gascony). The name "France" comes from the Germanic Franks, who ruled the region formerly known to the Romans as Gallia ("Gaul" was, despite popular belief, not what Romans called the region), but the people living there were not, for the most part, ever Germans. Religiously, or rather non-religiously speaking, France was estimated as the fourth most atheist country in the world by a 2012 study.[[note]]the podium being held by by China, Japan, and the Czech Republic[[/note]] About two thirds of the population identifiy as "non-religious", with the rest being Catholics (about 11 million), Muslims (2 to 3 millions), Buddhist and Jews (150 000) and a small protestant minority.

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France, officially known as the French Republic ('''French:''' ''République française''), and its predecessors. For those who don't know, France is a Romance country in Western Europe, with non-Romance ethnic minorities living on the borders: Celtic Brittany, Germanic Alsace and Lorraine (and a few other pockets), and some Basques in the extreme southwest (Gascony). The name "France" comes from the Germanic Franks, who ruled the region formerly known to the Romans as Gallia ("Gaul" was, despite popular belief, not what Romans called the region), but the people living there were not, for the most part, ever Germans. Religiously, or rather non-religiously speaking, France was estimated as the fourth most atheist country in the world by a 2012 study.study, with roughly 30% of non-believers.[[note]]the podium being held by by China, Japan, and the Czech Republic[[/note]] About two thirds of the population identifiy as "non-religious", with the rest being Catholics (about 11 million), Muslims (2 to 3 millions), Buddhist and Jews (150 000) and a small protestant minority.
13th Apr '16 11:09:12 AM Lyendith
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France, officially known as the French Republic ('''French:''' ''République française''), and its predecessors. For those who don't know, France is a Romance country in Western Europe, with non-Romance ethnic minorities living on the borders: Celtic Brittany, Germanic Alsace and Lorraine (and a few other pockets), and some Basques in the extreme southwest (Gascony). The name "France" comes from the Germanic Franks, who ruled the region formerly known to the Romans as Gallia ("Gaul" was, despite popular belief, not what Romans called the region), but the people living there were not, for the most part, ever Germans. Regiously, or rather non-religiously speaking, France was estimated as the fourth most atheist country in the world by a 2012 study.[[note]]the podium being held by by China, Japan, and the Czech Republic[[/note]] About two thirds of the population identifiy as "non-religious", with the rest being Catholics (about 11 million), Muslims (2 to 3 millions), Buddhist and Jews (150 000) and a small protestant minority.

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France, officially known as the French Republic ('''French:''' ''République française''), and its predecessors. For those who don't know, France is a Romance country in Western Europe, with non-Romance ethnic minorities living on the borders: Celtic Brittany, Germanic Alsace and Lorraine (and a few other pockets), and some Basques in the extreme southwest (Gascony). The name "France" comes from the Germanic Franks, who ruled the region formerly known to the Romans as Gallia ("Gaul" was, despite popular belief, not what Romans called the region), but the people living there were not, for the most part, ever Germans. Regiously, Religiously, or rather non-religiously speaking, France was estimated as the fourth most atheist country in the world by a 2012 study.[[note]]the podium being held by by China, Japan, and the Czech Republic[[/note]] About two thirds of the population identifiy as "non-religious", with the rest being Catholics (about 11 million), Muslims (2 to 3 millions), Buddhist and Jews (150 000) and a small protestant minority.
13th Apr '16 11:07:35 AM Lyendith
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France, officially known as the French Republic ('''French:''' ''République française''), and its predecessors. For those who don't know, France is a Romance country in Western Europe, with non-Romance ethnic minorities living on the borders: Celtic Brittany, Germanic Alsace and Lorraine (and a few other pockets), and some Basques in the extreme southwest (Gascony). The name "France" comes from the Germanic Franks, who ruled the region formerly known to the Romans as Gallia ("Gaul" was, despite popular belief, not what Romans called the region), but the people living there were not, for the most part, ever Germans. France is the second-largest economy in Europe, second only to UsefulNotes/{{Germany}} itself, although the position of number two is sometimes contested between France and the [[UsefulNotes/{{Britain}} UK]]. It is sometimes called "The Hexagon", [[DontExplainTheJoke because it is roughly hexagonal.]] France also has several oversea departments and territories all around the world, with the former (Martinique, Guadeloupe, French Guyana, Mayotte and Réunion) being considered an integral part of the country. ''La France Métropolitaine'' is the term most commonly used to refer to mainland France and Corsica.

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France, officially known as the French Republic ('''French:''' ''République française''), and its predecessors. For those who don't know, France is a Romance country in Western Europe, with non-Romance ethnic minorities living on the borders: Celtic Brittany, Germanic Alsace and Lorraine (and a few other pockets), and some Basques in the extreme southwest (Gascony). The name "France" comes from the Germanic Franks, who ruled the region formerly known to the Romans as Gallia ("Gaul" was, despite popular belief, not what Romans called the region), but the people living there were not, for the most part, ever Germans. Regiously, or rather non-religiously speaking, France was estimated as the fourth most atheist country in the world by a 2012 study.[[note]]the podium being held by by China, Japan, and the Czech Republic[[/note]] About two thirds of the population identifiy as "non-religious", with the rest being Catholics (about 11 million), Muslims (2 to 3 millions), Buddhist and Jews (150 000) and a small protestant minority.

France is the second-largest economy in Europe, second only to UsefulNotes/{{Germany}} itself, although the position of number two is sometimes contested between France and the [[UsefulNotes/{{Britain}} UK]]. It is sometimes called "The Hexagon", [[DontExplainTheJoke because it is roughly hexagonal.]] France also has several oversea departments and territories all around the world, with the former (Martinique, Guadeloupe, French Guyana, Mayotte and Réunion) being considered an integral part of the country. ''La France Métropolitaine'' is the term most commonly used to refer to mainland France and Corsica.
10th Mar '16 5:05:06 PM MarkLungo
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* TourDeFrance

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* TourDeFranceUsefulNotes/TourDeFrance
31st Jan '16 2:07:14 AM JulianLapostat
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* Creator/JeanPaulSartre
15th Sep '15 5:13:28 PM MarkLungo
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* NapoleonicWars

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