The Seine River flows through France, though it may seem big enough to flow through many countries, it does only flow through the one and only France.
There are seven countries, They are Austria France Germany Italy Liechtenstein Slovenia Switzerland.
Yes, both France and Britain governed many countries in the past.
The most important river that flows through both France and Belgium would be the Meuse. Many important industries in both countries are served by this river.
There are 9 stores in the UK. There is a store in Frankfurt, Germany and Rome, Italy also. More stores are reportedly being targeted for Spain and France, and many more across European countries will open through 2010.
The Alps is in Central Europe. It crosses through many countries, including France, Italy, Switzerland, Austria and Germany.
There are 200 countries at the 2010 olympics.
27 countries were members of the European Union in 2010.
The River Rhone flows only through Switzerland and eastern France. The Rhine, on the other hand, flows through Switzerland, Germany, France and Holland and is of vital commercial value with ship and barge traffic.
France is made up of just one country - France.
yes there were some that escaped through back roads to other countries in europe
71 countries are competing in 2010 commonwealth games.
There are 32 countries playing in the 2010 FIFA world cup.
88 countries competed in the 2010 olympics.
For the 2010 world cup 32 countries have qualified for it.
71 countries participated at the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
Italy has so many similarities to France, for instance both countries are really big on bread.
only the romans ruled France at one time when France was known as Gaul
there are 72 countries participating in the 2010 commonwealth games.
it borders 3 countries- France, Belgium, and Germany
France scored just one miserable goal at the 2010 world cup.
France scored one miserable goal in the 2010 world cup.