The crops grown in France include barley, wheat, corn, rye and oats. France is one of largest producers of wheat in Europe and accounts for 5 percent of the world’s production of wheat, making it fifth in the world in th... More » Business & Finance Industries Agriculture

According to folklore and various cultural beliefs worldwide, a ladybug tattoo symbolizes good luck, happiness and good fortune. Killing one, however, brings misfortune and sadness. In France, if a ladybug lands on an il... More » Beauty & Fashion Body Art Tattoos

As of 2012, the top 10 peach-producing countries were China, Italy, the United States, Spain, Greece, Turkey, Iran, Chile, Argentina and France. Over a 10-year period, there were only minor variations in ranking. China i... More » Geography United States The South
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