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A former slang term for the spot exchange rate for the U.S. dollar and the French franc.
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The capital city, Lyon, is the gastronomic capital of France. Lyon's Festival of Lights, which has set a cultural milestone through its city-wide illumination held every year, attracts four million visitors.
Turkmen Airlines opened new passenger flights to Europe in 2013, including the capital of France - Paris.
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And with all their ingredients sourced from Grasse -- the perfume capital of France -- Ideo represents the perfect fusion of French olfactory tradition with local sensibilities and globe-trotting influences.
Made in Lyon, the silk capital of France, Anne Touraine Paris scarves are every bit as elegant as pricier couture brands.
The contest is held once every two years in Lyon, Bocuse's home city, regarded as the gastronomic capital of France.
But that was not unexpected in Marseille, traditionally the crime capital of France and the setting for the movie The French Connection.
Plans to build a third airport to ease passenger overload at Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports, which are both on the outskirts of Paris, the capital of France, drew sharp criticism from around the world in early 2002.
One of the questions asked what was the capital of France. Another asked who was the Prime Minister of Great Britain.
In the 19th century, NA[R]mes was the capital of France's thriving textile industry and the birthplace of the famous rugged fabric, denim, that took its name from the town.