General Knowledge Quiz about France:
The French revolution took place in
What is the national anthem of France?
(a) Ode to Joy
(b) Marcha Real
(c) Il Canto degli
(d) La Marseillaise
Extensive areas of grape cultivation in France are especially called
(a) Wine cellars
(b) Grape fields
(c) Grape farms
What was the name of the temporary harbors that were towed to the French coast to facilitate the D Day landings on 5 and 6 June 1944?
Name the French ruler who stated , ‘I am the state’
(a) Louis XIV
(b) Louis XV
(c) Henry IV
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Which of these places is closest to Paris, France?
(a) Cairo, Egypt
(b) Tel Aviv, Israel
(c) Moscow, Russia
(d) Baghdad, Iraq
Which famous philosopher and mathematician was born in France in 1596 and is considered one of the greatest thinkers in history?
(a) Isaac Newton
(b) René Descartes
(c) Francis Bacon
(d) John Locke
The Mistral is
(a) very cold wind, which blows down from the plateau of central France
(b) swift, dry, cold northerly wind that blows down from the western Alps and the plateau of Southern France and out over the Mediterranean
(c) wind that blows for 100 days a year and may cause extensive frost damage to plants
(d) All of the above
When did France end slavery?
The secret service of France is known as?
(c) the DMR
(d) the DGSE
The economic thinkers of France in the 18th century were known as
French chemist Antoine Lavoisier (1743-1794) is particularly known for work in chemistry and biology including discoveries that, although matter may change its form or shape, its mass always remains the same, and what?
(a) The function of the heart in circulating blood
(b) Heat treatment of milk to kill bacteria
(c) The role of oxygen in combustion
(d) The existence of neutrons
Ananas is the French word for which of these?
What was a Roman name for France?
What is France’s longest river?
Pressure Cooker was invented in France in _
Name the dynasty that ruled over France at the time of the Revolution
For administrative purposes, France is subdivided into 100 areas which are called what?
The French horse race called the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe is run on which race course?
(a) Nevers Magny-Cours
Which of these is a French liqueur made in the town of Voiron, which is composed of distilled alcohol flavored with 130 herbal extracts and is named after the monastery where it was formerly produced?
July 14th is a national day of celebration known as?
(a) Sailor Day
(b) Yards Day
(c) Women Day
(d) Bastille Day
Who was the last Emperor of France?
(a) Napoléon Bonaparte
(b) Napoleon III
(c) Louis XIV
(d) Louis XII
Who was the wife of Louis XVI of France?
(a) Anne Boleyn
(c) Mary Com
(d) Mary Antoinette
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The Tour de France is traditionally held in what month of the year?
The French word for “melted” gives the name to what dish?
How many members are there in the French lower house, the National Assembly?
ISO country code of France is:
The Reign of Terror in France was set up by
(b) Louis XVI
(c) Louis XIV
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Who represented the Third Estate in France in the 18th century?
(c) Common People
The French East India Company was founded in
Who represented the bourgeois class in French society?
(c) Educated and rich people
In whose reign did the French Revolution take place?
(a) Louis III
(b) Louis XIII
(c) Louis XVI
(d) Louis XV
Who built the original Palace of Versailles that was enlarged by Louis XIV?
(a) Louis XIII
(b) Philippe II
(c) Napoleon II
(d) Philippe III
Question: What color are French letter boxes?
In 1822 what was invented in France?
(a) espresso machine
(b) medical bandages
(c) lightning rod