The blank map of France shows the country France empty. This blank map of France will allow you to use the map for personal activities or educational with children for example (drawing). The empty map of France is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
France has 27 local authority states and various overseas territories from throughout the history of the French empire as its mentioned in France blank map. One such example is French Guiana in South America. Metropolitan France is divided into 22+ 5 overseas administrative regions. Each region is divided into different "departments", and each "department" is divided into "cantons".
France is divided into 18 regions, which are fundamentally similar to what is referred to as states or provinces in other countries. Of those total regions, 13 are located in Europe (12 in mainland France and one in Corsica as you can see in France blank map). These are collectively referred to as Metropolitan France.
Metropolitan France is the part of France that is located in Western Europe to the southeast of the United Kingdom along the Mediterranean Sea, the Bay of Biscay, and the English Channel. The country also has several overseas territories as you can see in France blank map: French Guiana in South Americ, the islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique in the Caribbean Sea, Mayotte in the Southern Indian Ocean, and Reunion in Southern Africa.
The France map outline shows all the contours and international boundary of France. This outline map of France will allow you to easily learn about neighboring countries of France in Europe. The France contours map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
France outlines with Germany, Italy, and Spain are readily visible on most maps. There are, however, three other independent countries bordering France that you might have to look a little closer to find. Monaco is a 500-acre city state on the French Riviera, while Andorra is an independent principality tucked away in the Pyrenees Mountains. Luxembourg is larger than both of those, but is still one of the smallest countries in Europe.
By the 19th century, France had many colonies throughout the world. During the 20th century, many of these colonies gained their independence. In most, French is still either an official language or the mother tongue. France still has 4 Dependent Overseas territories or DOMTOMS. They are Guadaloupe, French Guianan, Martinique and La Réunion as its shown in France map outlines.
France has outlines with 11 countries, totaling 4,176 kilometres (2,595 mi) for all of France and 2,913 kilometres (1,810 mi) for Metropolitan France as its mentioned in France map outlines. Since 1994 the Channel Tunnel beneath the English Channel links the UK with France. The United Kingdom shares maritime borders with Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, and the Faroe Islands (Denmark) .
The vector map of France shows entire surface of France empty. This vector map of France will allow you to make changes or add details to the map of France in Europe, for personal or educational purposes. The vectorial map of France is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Metropolitan France has a vaguely hexagonal shape as you can see in France map vector (In geometry, a hexagon (from Greek ἕξ hex, "six") is a polygon with six edges and six vertices). In French, l'Hexagone refers to the European mainland of France aka the "metropole" as opposed to the overseas territories such as Guadeloupe, Martinique or French Guiana.
Children in France learn to draw the map of their country through first constructing its vector as an hexagon. The map shows you how this is done. French people and the French media use the name of "L'Hexagone" a lot when they refer to their country. The diameter of the hexagon measures close to 1,000 km (620 mi) from each of its six corners to the opposite corner.
France is shaped like a hexagon, and three of its six sides are bounded by water as youcan see in France map vector— the English Channel on the northwest, the Atlantic Ocean and Bay of Biscay on the west, and the Mediterranean Sea on the southeast. The remaining sides are mostly mountainous and are shared by seven European neighbors — Belgium and Luxembourg on the northeast; Germany, Switzerland, and Italy on the east; and Spain and tiny Andorra on the south.