Curiosities of France and why emigrate there

France is one of the most visited countries in the world, be it for its architecture, history or gastronomy, however there are different reasons why you should emigrate to France or why take a walk there on vacation.
France from my personal perspective is one of the most curious countries that I have known through books and films, I hope that the day I go there is not so different from my expectations.

Reasons to emigrate:

1) Security.
2) Quality health system.
3) Free quality education.
4) Gastronomy.
5) Quality of life.

Curiosities of France.

1) Some of the greatest artists of all time were born in France. We are talking about personalities who have left their mark on our history, such as Paul Cézanne, Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Paul Gaugin, Pierre Bonnard, Marcel Duchamp, Georges Braque, Henri Rousseau or Honoré Balzac.

2) The French have created a host of world famous inventions. Braille, the reading and writing system for blind people, was developed by Louis Braille, who became blind as a child. Alexandre-Ferdinand Godefroy invented the first hair dryer and René Laennec the stethoscope.

3) Soccer is the most practiced sport in France. In fact, French football has always had a great reputation around the world.

4) France is the country that has won the most Nobel Prizes in Literature, with a total of 14.

5) Cheese stands out in French gastronomy. In each region they are specialists in at least one type, to such an extent that it is estimated that there are more than 400 different varieties.

6) The first cinematographic film came thanks to the French Lumière brothers and their invention, the cinematograph, in December 1895.

7) According to statistics from 2011 that valued the amount of wine consumed in France, on average, each Frenchman consumes 1.2 bottles of wine a week.

If you live or have visited France, how true is what I just mentioned? Sometimes they say that not everything on the internet is true, but I hope to find out this year.


Curiosities of France and why emigrate there