Hallo - Hello in Alsatian
Hallo is a common greeting in France. We present to you some interesting information about France.
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The Alsatian language is most spoken in Alsace which is native to France. Did you all know the Alsatian language links back to German origin as well? The smallest region of the metropolitan France is Alsace, which is surrounded by Germany and Switzerland. It is situated in the Rhine river plain.
(Image source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alsace#/media/File:Colmar_(32350846618).jpg)
Alsace is famous for its unique delicacy, a traditional dish that is not unlike a pizza without tomatoes but covered with cheese, cream, mushrooms, and local ham. Not only that, it is also famous for its beer quality. Alsatian pasta, or spaetzle also deserves a special mention.
(Image source: https://www.adeline-cuisine.fr/recettes/spaetzele-pate-dalsace/)
Alsace is also famous for its exquisite spots which attract tourists from various parts of the world. Alsace has a rich heritage with a German influence that includes pretty villages and houses adorned with flowers, the famous, many fortified castles and museums, the River Rhine, and much more.
(Image source: https://www.britannica.com/place/Rhine-River)
Hope you like these interesting features about Alsace. People from Alsace, please share more about this, we would be happy to know.
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