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100

The main ingredient of this French dish is snails.

What is escargot?

100

This city, called the City of Lights, is the capital of France.

What is Paris?

100

On this day, the French celebrate their independence day, known as Bastille Day.

What is July 14?

100

This art museum located in Paris is the largest in the world.

What is the Louvre?

100

This popular fast-food item was not actually created in France, but in Belgium.

What are French fries?

200

This type of meat is the primary ingredient in coq au vin.

What is chicken?

200

This continent is home to the largest population of French-speaking people in the world.

What is Africa?

200

This French palace, located about 12 miles outside of Paris, was constructed during the reign of Louis XIV, known as the Sun King.

What is Versailles?

200

When this author of Les Miserables died, over two million Parisians attended his funeral procession.

Who was Victor Hugo?

200

This current president of France is the youngest in French history, elected at 39.

Who is Emmanuel Macron?

300

Up to three of these stars can be awarded to any restaurant for exceptional and unique cuisine.

What are Michelin stars?

300

This U.S. state is an official observer member of the OIF: Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie.

What is Louisiana?

300

This French general and statesman, mocked by the English for being short, seized power after the French Revolution.

Who was Napoleon?

300

This city, located in Normandy, is where impressionist author Claude Monet lived and worked for most of his life.

What is Giverny?

300

This French fashion designer, one of Time's most influential people of the 20th century, designer her famous double-C logo.

Who was Coco Chanel?

400

The five classic sauces of French cooking include hollandaise, espagnole, velouté, tomato sauce, and this creamy white sauce.

What is béchamel?

400

The medieval Palais des Papes (Palace of the Popes) is located in this French province.

What is Avignon?

400

The name "France" is derived from this name for a group of ancient Germanic people.

What are Franks?

400

This French civil engineer, known partly for his contributions to the Statue of Liberty, has a famous Parisian monument named after him.

Who was Gustave Eiffel?

400

This fashion magazine, named after the French feminine pronoun, was established in 1945.

What is Elle?

500

This French wedding dessert is a tower of choux pastry puffs bound together by spun sugar.

What is croquembouche?

500

Senegal is home to this lake, named for its unusually pink waters which are caused by a type of algae.

What is Lake Retba (or Lac Rose)?

500

This is the codename given to the D-Day landings on Normandy beach which began the liberation of German-occupied France in World War II.

What is Operation Overlord?

500

Le cygne, or The Swan, is part of this 14-movement musical suite composed by Camille Saint-Saëns.

What is The Carnival of the Animals?

500

The national French football team has won the World Cup twice, once in 2018 against Croatia, and once in 1998 against this country.

What is Brazil?