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World Geography - Cities and Rivers of France

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Lyon
Third largest city
Marseille
Largest seaport
Biarritz
Ocean resort on the Atlantic
Reims
Preparation of Champagne
Le Havre
Departures for ships to North America
Paris
Capital of France
Bordeaux
Noted for red wine
Seine
Most navigable river
Lille
Center for cotton and linen fabrics and for industrial machinery
Reims
Coronation site for the Kings of France
Strasbourg
Center for the Council of Europe
Seine
Commercial river
Rhine
Industrial river, shipping to Europe
Paris
Economic center
Rhône
Another source of hydroelectric power
Rhine
Natural boundary between France & Germany
Lyon
Center for the silk industry
Strasbourg
Noted for "pâté de foie gras"
Rhône
Starts as a glacial stream in Switzerland
Paris
Fashion center
Bordeaux
Industrial city at the mouth of the Garonne River
Garonne
Major source of hydroelectric power
Strasbourg
Astronomical clock in the Gothic cathedral
Le Havre
Chief port on the English channel
Garonne
Shortest river of France
Loire
Tourist attraction due to the "châteaux" that adorn the banks
Paris
Cultural center
Marseille
Second largest city
La Manche
Known as the English Channel
Les Pyréneés
Mountain chain that separates France and Spain
Clermont-Ferrand
Known for the production of tires
Loire
Longest river in France

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