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In eastern and southern France, the country borders the Alps, where the country's highest peak, Mont Blanc, summits at 15,770 feet. Heavy forests and the Vosges mountains make up the geography of the Rhine River valley in northeast France, and the Jura mountain range separates France from its eastern border with Switzerland.

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The geography of France consists of a terrain that is mostly flat plains or gently rolling hills in the north and west and mountainous in the south (including the Pyrenees) and the east (the highest points being in the Alps). Metropolitan France has a total size of 551,695 km 2 (213,011 sq mi) (Europe only). It is the third largest country in Europe after Russia and Ukraine

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The country is drained by dozens and dozens of rivers. The longest river in France is the Loire at 630 miles (1,020 km) in length. Other significant rivers include the Garonne, Lot, Rhine, Rhone Seine, each with many smaller tributaries. For a colorful and most interesting view of the topography of France, view this map. Geography of France

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Five Themes of Geography. Search this site. Home. Austria. France. Germany. Italy. Switzerland. Works Cited. Sitemap. France. Location: France is 47.0000° N, 2.0000° E. It is located between Germany and Spain. Place: Physical Characteristics- France showcases a wide variety of physical features from its white sandy beaches to its mountainous ...

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In 1870 France was involved in the Franco-Prussian War, which established the country's Third Republic that lasted until 1940. France was hit hard during World War I and in 1920 it established the Maginot Line of border defenses to protect itself from the rising power of Germany. Despite these defenses, however, France was occupied by Germany early during World War II.

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Given France's central role in world culture, haute couture and gastronomy, its geographical features sometimes play second fiddle. But few countries can boast the natural features of this popular ...

www.understandfrance.org/France/Provinces2.html

Facts & Figures about France Basic facts French kids know - or should know - about their country. The 5 mountain ranges : the Alps, on the border with Italy with the hightest mountain in Europe (Mont-Blanc 4,810 meters i .e. 15,781 ft.), the Pyrénées, on the border with Spain with several summits above 10,000 ft., the Massif Central a spectacular chain of extinct volcanoes (see an unexpected ....

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France: geography and landscape The largest country in Western Europe, France has long been a gateway between the continent’s northern and southern regions. Its lengthy borders touch Germany and Belgium in the north, the Atlantic Ocean in the west, and the Pyrenees mountains and Spain in the south.

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France Map - Physical Map of France Zoom Map Description: The physical map of France showing major geographical features like elevations, mountain ranges, seas, lakes, plateaus, peninsulas, rivers, plains, landforms and other topographic features.

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The country is drained by dozens and dozens of rivers. The longest river in France is the Loire at 630 miles (1,020 km) in length. Other significant rivers include the Garonne, Lot, Rhine, Rhone, Seine, each with many smaller tributaries. For a colorful and most interesting view of the topography of France, view this map. Bodies of Water of Europe