Coat of Arms of the French Republic

Before the French Revolution, the symbol of the Kingdom of France was the fleur-de-lis. In the 20th century, the French Republic adopted a coat of arms that appears ... lire plus !

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The Gallic Rooster: le coq gaulois

The Gallic rooster is a symbol of France and personifies the early inhabitants of France, the Gauls. France identified herself to the cockerel for its courage, determination and virility ... lire plus !

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Marianne and the French Republic

The United States have Uncle Sam, the UK John Bull, Australia Boxing Kangaroo and France the attractive Marianne. Present everywhere in the country, Marianne and the French Republic ... lire plus !

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National Symbols of the French Fifth Republic

The National Symbols of the French Fifth Republic (founded in 1958) are represented by several emblems such as the Tricolour, the Marseillaise, Marianne, ‘Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité‘, and the ... lire plus !

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The National Motto of France: Symbol of the Republic

According to Article 2 of the French Constitution dating from the 28th of September 1958, the national motto of France is ‘Liberty, Equality, Fraternity’. Now one of the ... lire plus !

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The National Flag of France: What You Should Know!

What does the French flag look like? For many people, this is an easy question. According to Article 2 of the French Constitution dating from the 28th of ... lire plus !

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La Marseillaise, National Anthem of France

The French National Anthem is known as La Marseillaise and was composed during the events of the French Revolution in the town of Strasbourg. La Marseillaise: about the ... lire plus !

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10 Things you should know about the French President

The Fifth Republic gives the French President extensive executive powers in France. The Chief of the state is popularly elected to a five-year term and holds the highest ... lire plus !

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What you need to know about Bastille Day in France

What makes Bastille Day so special to the French? Mainly because this is the French national holiday! The celebration takes place on the 14th of July each year. ... lire plus !

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