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100

This French Queen is most notably associated with the phrase "Let them eat cake"

Who is Marie Antoinette?

100

This 2007 Pixar movie set in france details the adventures of Remy the rat who wants to become a famous chef like his idol, Gusteau.

What is Ratatouille?

100

What is the french food dish of escargot primarily made of?

What is snails?

100

During World War 2, France was occupied by this Central European country.

What is Germany?

100

This country's capital houses the Eiffel Tower, one of the worlds greatest monuments.

What is France?

200

This famous art museum located in Paris has housed many well-known art exhibits, including the Mona Lisa

What is the Louvre?

200

This famous French musical based off a novel, starring Hugh Jackman as Jean Valijean and Russel Crowe as Javert, contains many notable songs such as "I Dreamed a Dream" and "Do You Hear the People Sing?" 

 What is Les Misérables?

200

 While the name 'french fries' may lead one to assume they were invented in France, they were actually  created by this northern neighbour

What is Belgium

200

During the French Revolution, this famous execution device became known around the country as "The National Razor"

What is the guillotine?

200

This country is most famous for its breakfast food, most notably the waffle.

What is Belgium?

300

This current president of France is the youngest in French history.

Who is Emmanuel Macron?

300
This Disney movie, set in Paris, details the life of a physically deformed man who finds love, even under the oppression of the Catholic Church.

What is The Hunchback of Notre Dame?

300

This great american monument, located in New York, was a gift from France. It now looks over the city of New York.

What is the Statue of Liberty?

300

This war, known as the French and Indian War in the U.S. was a conflict between France and Great Britain. (The name of this war is how many years it took place)

What is the Seven Years War

300

Located in North Africa, this country shares the Strait of Gibraltar with its northern neighbour Spain.

What is Morocco?

400

This palace housed the kings of France up until the French revolution. Notable inhabitants include Marie Antoinette, and king Louis the sixteenth.

What is Versailles?

400

Pierre de Coubertin is credited for being the founder of this modern-day event?

What are the Olympics Games?

400

With over 58 reactors, France derived most of its power from with energy source?

What is nuclear?

400

Known as "The Hammer", this French king defended France from the Umayyad Caliphate in 732, crushing them in The Battle of Tours

Who is Charles?

400

This group of islands in the pacific became a French colony in 1880 and are located south of Hawaii.

What is French Polynesia / Tahiti?

500

This famous painter was born in the Netherlands, but later moved to France where he painted one of his famous works Starry Night in an asylum in southern France, where he later died. 

 Who is Van Gogh?

500

This French singer was one of the most widely known song writers in the world, with her most well recognized songs being "Non, je ne regrette rien", and "La Vie en Rose"

 Who is Edith Piaf?

500

The French army is the only military in the world to still use these birds to carry messages in times of disasters.

What is pigeons?

500

France's first natonal hero is most known for his rebellion against the Romans, and for his catastrophic defeat to Julius Caesar at the Battle of Alessia in 52 BC.

Who is Vercingetorix?

500

This southeast Asian country was colonized by the French in the 1800's and still have French influences found in their culture such as food.

What is Vietnam?

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