Force par l'unité, unité par la foi
(French: "Strength through unity, unity through faith")
|Capital||Ana les Villes|
• Vice President
• Secretary of State
| Unitary Republic |
|Formation|| 843 (Treaty of Verdun)|
(4th Republic: June 13, 1939)
• Water (%)
155.466 mi diameter. (06 Apr. 05)
824 Frenchmen (06 Apr. 05)
151 Soldiers (06 Apr. 05)
|National Anthem||La Marseillaise|
• Gross Individual
• After Taxes
|Literacy Rate:||89.82% 06 Apr. 05)|
|Currency||1 Franc ($) = 100 centimes|
| Resources |
(April 5, 2005)
République française (English: French Republic), often said simply as France, is a country whose metropolitan territory is located in Western Europe. France extends from the Mediterranean Sea to the English Channel and North Sea, and from the Rhine River to the Atlantic Ocean. French people often refer to Metropolitan France as l'Hexagone (the "Hexagon") because of its geographical shape.
The French Republic is a democracy which is organized as a unitary presidential republic. The nation is legislated by French Parliament which is split into two chambers, the National Assembly (Assemblée Nationale) and a Senate. Parliament controls many aspects of France, however is ultimately underneath the Constitutional power of the President, who tends to grant Parliament's wishes and demands.
The name France originates from the Franks, a Germanic tribe that occupied the region after the fall of the Western Roman Empire. More precisely, the region around Paris, called Île-de-France, was the original French royal demesne.
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