France is a proper noun. France is (1) a republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe, (2) French writer of sophisticated novels and short stories (1844-1924).
The following articles provide more information about the proper noun France.
This is the website for Air France where users can book flights, check flight statuses, find out about travel restrictions, check on AF special deals, and sign up for a free newsletter.
Located along the River Seine in the northern part of France, Paris is the nation's capital and also its most populated city. Paris attracts over 70 million visitors annually, making it the most popular tourist destination in the world.
This introduction to French cuisine comprises information about French cooking education and careers around the world plus a photograph of a typical French meal.
Borrowing from its mother country, the French Caribbean island of Martinique offers French cheeses, Parisian fashions, and colonial architecture in the capital, Fort-de-France.
Located in central Europe, Germany is bordered by Poland and the Czech Republic to the east, by Austria and Switzerland to the south, by France, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands to the west, and by Denmark to the north.
The country of Italy is located on a boot-shaped peninsula in southern Europe. It is surrounded by France, Austria, Switzerland, Slovenia, the Adriatic Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea.
The continent of South America consists of 12 countries, along with French Guiana which belongs to France. It is bounded on the east by the Atlantic Ocean and on the west by the Pacific Ocean.
The International Animated Film Association was founded in France in 1960. The website provides links to ASIFA chapters worldwide, listings of animation festivals, and an animation gallery.
CapGemini is a consulting, technology, outsourcing, and local professional service business located in France. The Company facilitates communication among employees and helps develop networks for dissemination of up-to-date business information. On the website, users can find out more about their services and how to obtain them.
Located in France, CIRS is an international scientific organization created in 1998 to promote all aspects of science and scientific research. On the website, users can find a directory of researchers worldwide, an international directory of scientific prizes and awards and their winners, libraries and scientific bookshops, a directory of major scientific journals, and bibliographies.
This is the website for KLM, whose home base is Schiphol Airport, is partnered with Air France to fly to 250 destinations worldwide. Users can book flights, cars, and hotels on the website and also check flight information and schedules. The site also gives information about the latest baggage restrictions and updated news. Travelers can check in online.
Lexis.com is the homepage for the LexisNexis Research System. On this site, users can find all published U.S. case law back to the 1770s, plus all the current laws and statutes. It also covers several other countries such as Canada, England, France, and others. Users can also Shepardize on the website and search by topic.
The first Sofitel hotel opened in 1964 in Strasbourg, France and in the U.S. in 1974 in Minneapolis. Sofitel is the prestige brand of Accor hotels with 200 hotels in 53 countries. On the website, users can book rooms, find out about specials and vacation packages, and see what is meant by The World of Sofitel.
There's a great deal at stake in this weekend's crucial European elections for France and its President Emmanuel Macron. Hence why Donald Trump's former strategist Steve Bannon is getting involved.
The Local. Monday, 20 May 2019 16:26:37 +0200.
Forbes.com spoke with Lynne Martin to learn about her new book (co-authored with Deborah Scarborough) and to find out her secrets for learning how to cook like a local in France.
By Irene S. Levine, Contributor. Forbes. Sunday, 19 May 2019 21:01:00 +0000.
"The excuse we hear in France is that we have the French seduction type. ... It's in our culture and our tradition and blah, blah, blah," says a former member of Parliament.
Eleanor Beardsley. NPR. Sunday, 19 May 2019 07:01:23 -0400.