capital of France


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After photographing 50 more sights, which meant barely scratching the surface of the luscious capital of France, all but the driver were asleep.
As darkness fell, a constant wail of sirens reminded everyone the capital of France was on its highest ever alert with more than 3,000 police trying to find the three gunmen still on the loose.
Margvelashvili will leave for Paris, the capital of France on July 14, Georgia's presidential administration told Trend.
The ceremony took place at the stock exchange in Lyon, the gastronomic capital of France, where Chedid was the fourth chef outside of France to receive a Toques Blanches award and the first Lebanese.
President Ahmad Ali made the call in Paris; the capital of France at the International Diplomatic Academy where he delivered a keynote speech entitled Regional Integration in the Middle East and North Africa .
Lyon is also known as the culinary capital of France with several Michelin star restaurants and is also home to two of the best wine producing regions in France, the Cotes du Rhones and Beaujolais.
Q: Which of these European cities is the capital of France .
The Ardeche has been the chestnut capital of France since the Middle Ages and more than 60 varieties flourish in the thick, sprawling woods.
While in Tours, the ancient capital of France, we spent many a relaxing moment at the Place Plumereau, a charming square in the medieval heart of the city, complete with cafes, boutiques, galleries and quaint streets with half-timbered houses, hidden courtyards and crooked towers.
Calvados is the milk-cart capital of France - a beautiful, rural region, famous for its milk, cream and cheeses, apple orchards and hidden fishing ports, such as Port-en-Bessin, with its charming fish market.
Decor de France's chic iridescent knives by Claude Dozorme of Thiers, the cutlery capital of France.
Ten French secretaries from Reims, the champagne capital of France, will be hoping to pop their corks when France take on the might of Brazil in Paris tonight.