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France's motto is "Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité" (Liberty, Equality, Fraternity).

France possesses a wide variety of landscapes, including coastal plains, mountain ranges (the Alps, Massif Central and Pyrenees) cliffs, gorges, forests (it is Europe's second most wooded area), castles, mountains, vineyards, rural areas, beaches, ski resorts and picturesque village. France also contains nine national parks and 46 natural parks, as well as many towns and cities of great cultural and architectural interest, with palaces, museums and renowned historical buildings.

French is the official language of France, while several dialects are also spoken. Due to France's history, the inhabitants of several countries speak French, many as their first language.

France, a member of the G8 group of leading industrialized countries, is the world's 19th richest economy by GDP. It is the world's number one tourist destination (followed by Spain and the USA).
Finance, banking and insurance are one of France's key economic sectors. (The Paris Stock Exchange, or Bourse, has a history going back to 1724, when it was created by Louis XV. While there are several private enterprises operating in France, the French government still retains majority control of certain industries, including the railways, electricity, aircraft, telecoms and nuclear power. The main exports of France include machinery, transportation equipment, chemicals, plastics, pharmaceuticals, iron & steel, motor vehicles, aircraft, and wine, food and agricultural products.

French food is known the world over for being one of the world's finest cuisines. France is renowned in particular for its cheeses (including Brie, Camembert and Roquefort) and wines (including champagne). While food varies from one region to another, some classic French dishes are
'coq au vin' (chicken stewed in wine), 'beef bourguignon' (beef stew), 'tartiflette' (a casserole of smoked French bacon, cheese and potatoes) and crepes (generally filled with meat or cheese, as well as with sweet treats including fruit and chocolate). The foreign influence on French cuisine, stemming from its colonial history, is also seen in dishes such as sausage in spicy tomato sauce (of Creole origin), samosas (triangular pastry pockets filled with meat, fish, cheese or vegetables; of Indian origin) and Tahitian raw fish. Typical French desserts include almond tart, blueberry soup, brioche bread pudding with vanilla custard and chocolate éclairs.

Culturally, France has been at the forefront of world culture for centuries. Its massive volumes of tourists may be largely attributed to its world-renowned cultural institutions and buildings of historical interest spread across the entire country.

France has been at the heart of several art movements, including the Renaissance, 17th century Baroque (with exponents such as Nicolas Poussin and Claude Lorrain), 18th century Rococo (Watteau, Boucher, Fragonard) and the early 19th century Academism, Romanticism (Delacroix) and Realism (Corot, Courbet, Millet). The second half of the 19th century saw the emergence of the Impressionist movement, as well as post-Impressionism and Symbolism, with French artists again have great influence on these and associated movements across Europe. French painters of this era include the Impressionists Manet, Degas, Monet and Renoir and the Post-impressionists Toulouse-Lautrec, Cézanne, Gauguin and Seurat. During the 19th and 20th centuries, several artists from other parts of Europe, including Picasso, Van Gogh, Chagall, Modigliani and Kandinsky, settled in Paris.

French literature has a history that goes back to the Middle Ages, when several stories of myth and legend and songs were written. There are been several prolific French writers through the centuries, including the 17th century playwrights Jean Racine, Pierre Corneille and Molière, and the 19th century poets Charles Baudelaire and Paul Verlaine, as well as the writer Victor Hugo.

Music has also played a major role in France's cultural backdrop, with classical music being one of its mainstays, especially during the 19th and 20th century, with the emergence of grand composers such as Berlioz, Bizet, Offenbach and Saint-Saëns.
More recently, the 20th century saw French popular music, with leading exponents including Édith Piaf, Charles Aznavour and Serge Gainsbourg.

France has made a huge contribution to the world of cinema. (It was actually two Frenchmen, the brothers Auguste and Louis Lumière, who created the cinema back in 1895). Several French directors and actors emerged as leading personalities during the 20th century in particular, and the Cannes Film Festival remains one of the world's leading film festivals.

France's biggest casino is the Lyon Vert Casino. It has around 400 slot machines and several game tables, offering games such as Poker (one table) Stud Poker (two tables), Boule (six tables), English Roulette (one table), French Roulette (four tables) and Blackjack (two tables). This gambling facility also contains two restaurants.