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  1. France - Wikipedia

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    West Francia approximated the area occupied by, and was the precursor to, modern France. [47] During the 9th and 10th centuries, continually threatened by Viking invasions , France became a very decentralized state: the nobility's titles and lands became hereditary, and the authority of the king became more religious than secular and thus was ...

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  2. Según el historiador Eric Hobsbawm, "el idioma francés ha sido esencial al concepto de 'Francia' ", a pesar de que en 1789 el cincuenta por ciento de los franceses no lo hablaban, y solo el 12 al 13 por ciento lo hablaban en forma razonable; en Langue d'oc, no era utilizado en forma regular excepto en las ciudades, y aún allí no siempre en ...

  3. Francia - Wikipedia

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    Francia, also called the Kingdom of the Franks (Latin: Regnum Francorum), Frankland, or Frankish Empire, was the largest post-Roman barbarian kingdom in Western Europe.It was ruled by the Franks during Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages.

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  4. The biggest area was Western Francia. It is similar to modern France. The Carolingian dynasty ruled France until 987, when Hugh Capet became King of France. His descendants, the Direct Capetians, the House of Valois and the House of Bourbon, unified the country with many wars and dynastic inheritance.

  5. East Francia - Wikipedia

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    East Francia (Latin: Francia orientalis) or the Kingdom of the East Franks (regnum Francorum orientalium) was a successor state of Charlemagne's empire ruled by the Carolingian dynasty until 911. It was created through the Treaty of Verdun (843) which divided the former empire into three kingdoms.

  6. Francia - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Francia Occidental comprendía aproximadamente el área ocupada por la Francia moderna, de la que fue precursora. Sus reyes continuaron usando el título de Rey de los francos hasta el gobierno de Felipe Augusto , que usó por primera vez el título de Rey de Francia en un documento diplomático datado de 1204.

  7. Paris - Wikipedia

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    Fortification of the Île de la Cité failed to avert sacking by Vikings in 845, but Paris' strategic importance—with its bridges preventing ships from passing—was established by successful defence in the Siege of Paris (885–86), for which the then Count of Paris (comte de Paris), Odo of France, was elected king of West Francia.

  8. Francia - Wikipedia

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    Localizzazione geografica e confini. La parte europea della Francia è chiamata Francia metropolitana ed è situata ad una delle estremità occidentali dell'Europa. È bagnata dal Mare del Nord al nord, la Manica a nord-ovest, l'oceano Atlantico ad ovest e il mar Mediterraneo a sud-est. Confina con il Belgio e il Lussemburgo a nord-est, la Germania e la Svizzera ad est, l'Italia e Monaco a sud ...

  9. Lingua francese - Wikipedia

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    Il francese (français, AFI: [fʁɑ̃ˈsɛ]) è una lingua appartenente al gruppo delle lingue romanze della famiglia delle lingue indoeuropee.. Diffusa come lingua materna nella Francia metropolitana e d'oltremare, in Canada (principalmente nelle province del Québec e del Nuovo Brunswick, ma con una presenza significativa anche in Ontario e Manitoba), in Belgio, in Svizzera, presso numerose ...

  10. Gastronomía de Francia - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Varios chefs franceses tienen una gran reputación internacional, como es el caso de Taillevent, La Varenne, Carême, Escoffier, Ducasse o Bocuse. Es una de las cuatro gastronomías incluida en la lista del Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial de la Humanidad , desde el 16 de noviembre de 2010 .