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Welcome to France! Explore French arts & culture, cuisine, history, language, literature, monuments, museums, shopping, sightseeing, wines, etc. Dozens of topics, chapters on Paris, 21 provinces, overseas territories, former French colonies; plus feature articles, daily news, calendar of events, and more. Discounts on your favorite French books, music CDs, videos, fine art, and gourmet foods. Online hotel reservations, airline tickets, car rentals, rail passes, travel accessories.
 

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   French Colonies - Algeria Preview Go
A former colony of France, Algeria is part of the region known as the Maghrib in northwest Africa. It is the continent's second-largest nation (after Sudan). Algiers, the capital and leading port...
   French Colonies - Niger Preview Go
Formerly part of colonial French West Africa, and independent since 1960, the Republic of Niger is a landlocked state on the southern edge of the Sahara. Niamey, on the Niger River, is the capital.
   Français de l'Ouest Américain Preview Go
The worldwide "Conseil Supérieur des Francais de l’Etranger" (CSFE) offers information, advocacy, scholarships, and employment assistance to French citizens living abroad. This site is hosted by 3 of its elected members, representing the 120,000 French citizens in the Western US.


   Directory of Bookstores in Paris, France Preview Go
Directory of mostly English-speaking bookstores in Paris, where visitors might be treated to poetry readings by international writers, or partake in refreshments while relaxing over a good book.
   Notre-Dame Cathedral, Paris, France Preview Go
The Gothic loftiness of Notre-Dame dominates the Seine and the Ile-de-la-Cite as well as the history of Paris. On the spot where this majestic cathedral now stands, the Romans had built a temple...






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