France Facts – An overview of the Land of Fashion and Art

France facts

From the louvre museum and The Eiffel Tower to the beret and cheese. France is glamourous and delicious. Keep reading to learn more about France facts and secrets. Contents1 Wave the flag2 Sing along3 Pin On The Map4 Look in the history book5 Take a walk6 Meet the people7 Take a bite8 Fun fact Wave …

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Texas – The lone Star State

Texas the lone star state

“Texas, our Texas! All hail the mighty State!
Texas, our Texas! So wonderful so great!”

With these words, the regional anthem of the lone star state begins. And as the song explains, Texas is mighty, wonderful and great. Keep reading to find out why!

Marseille – Learn about the southern gate of France

the southern gate of France

France is one of the most famous countries in the world. Tourists flock to this European nation every year to visit its famous buildings and cities. Many people go to Paris to see Eiffel Tower and walk through the halls of the Louvre. However, France has many other gems. Head south to enjoy the beauty of Marseille, the southern gate of France.

Luxor the “world’s greatest open-air museum”

world's greatest open-air museum

Luxor is considered to be the world’s greatest open-air museum as the ruins of the old temples and monuments are surrounded by modern buildings
People started living in the city 250,000 years ago. after the unification of Egypt 4000 years ago, Luxor became of one of the most important cities in the New kingdom.

Kyoto, Learn about the former capital of Japan

the former capital of Japan

Some experts believe that people started living in Kyoto 12000 years ago but the first written record of the city dates back to the 6th century. At this time, people built Shimogamo Shrine in the city. It’s considered as one of the oldest buildings in the city. 
Becoming the capital, The year 794 was a great year for Kyoto. Emperor Kanmu decided to relocate the capital to Kyoto. Kyoto remained the Japanese capital for centuries till 1868 when Tokyo took that title.