Nickname for France?

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France has a variety of nicknames including the hexagon- hexagon e country this is in relation to its sides). It is also called 'Marianne' and the 'country of human rights'.
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France has three different nicknames namely: Hexagon due to her geographical geometric shape, Marianne due to her democrat y and Viola as a symbol of human rights. France is also known as The Country of the Human Rights.
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