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What is the capital of France?

The capital of France is Paris. Area of Paris is 105.4 Square kilometres. It is the most populated city of France and is located in the north-central part of the country.

The population of Paris as of 2020 is 2,150,271. It occupies 18% of the total population of France.  Paris has been the major center of fashion, finance, diplomacy, commerce, science and art in Europe. As per 2018 survey, Paris was the most expensive city in the world after Singapore.

Paris has 2 international airports. They are Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly. The climate in Paris is mild and moderately wet. Paris is the fourth largest Municipality in the European Union. People following the religions like Roman Catholic (61%), Muslims (7%), Protestants (4%), Jews (2%) and No Religion (25%) reside in Paris.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has it's headquarter in Paris. Popular Tourist attraction's in Paris include Notre Dame Cathedral, Basilique du Sacre-Coeur on Montmartre, Louvre museum, Centre Pompidou and many more. Paris is famous for its restaurants and haute cuisine. Paris Saint-Germain F.C. is the famous football club based in Paris.

So, Paris the capital city of France is quite diverse and people from many countries have migrated and settled here.

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