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France: Glossary of Major Cities, Nearby Countries, and Bodies of Water
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Bordeaux - a city in southwestern France along the Garonne River; it is northwest of Toulouse.|
Brest - a city in western France that is on the Bay of Biscay; it is west of Paris.
Cherbourg - a city in northwestern France that is on the English Channel; it is northwest of Paris.
Corsica - a French island in the Mediterranean Sea, southeast of the rest of France.
Dijon - a city in eastern France by the Rhone River; it is southwest of Nancy.
Dunkerque - a city in northern France that is on the English Channel; it is north of Paris.
Grenoble - a city in southeastern France; it is southeast of Lyon.
Limoges - a city in central France; it is northeast of Bordeaux and west of Lyons.
Lyon - a city in southeastern France along the Rhone River; it is near the Alps.
Marseille - a city in southern France on the Mediterranean Sea; it is near the Rhone River.
Nancy - a city in northeastern France; it is east of Paris and west of Strasbourg.
Nantes - a city in western France along the Loire River; it is southwest of Paris.
Nice - a city in southeastern France on the Mediterranean Sea; it is near the French/Italian border.
Orleans - a city in central France; it is just south of Paris.
Paris - the capital of France, located along the Seine River.
Strasbourg - a city in northeast France near the German border.
Toulouse - a city in southwestern France along the Garonne River; it is southeast of Bordeaux.
Alps - a chain of mountains that separates France from Italy and Switzerland.|
Massif Central - a chain of mountains in south central France.
Mt. Blanc - The tallest mountain in France. It is near the border of France and Switzerland.
Pyrenees - a chain of mountains that separates France and Spain.
Bay of Biscay - a bay that borders France on the southwest.|
English Channel - a body of water between France and England (in the U.K.).
Garonne River - a river that flows from central France into the Bay of Biscay; Bordeaux is along the Garonne.
Loire River - a river that flows from central France into the Bay of Biscay; Nantes is along the Rhone.
Mediterranean Sea - a sea that borders France to the south.
Rhone River - a river that flows from central France into the Mediterranean Sea; Lyon is along the Rhone.
Seine River - a river that flows from central France into the English Channel; Paris is along the Seine.
Andorra - a tiny country on the border of France and Spain.|
Belgium - the country that borders France to the north; Belgium borders the English Channel.
Germany - the large country that borders France to the northeast.
Italy - the country that borders France to the southeast; it borders the Mediterranean Sea.
Luxembourg - the small country that borders France to the north; it is southeast of Belgium.
Monaco - the tiny country that is near the border of France and Italy, on the Mediterranean Sea.
Spain - the country that borders France to the southwest.
Switzerland - a country that borders France to the east; it is south of Germany and north of Italy.
United Kingdom (U.K.) - the country that is across the English Channel from France.
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