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Strasbourg is the capital of the Alsace region of France, where the French national anthem was composed, pate de fois gras originated, and the Council of Europe convenes. Alsace-Lorraine was under German rule in the late 19th century, and the region still reflects the marriage of the best of German and French culture in an atmosphere that is uniquely Alsatian and classically Euopean. The street names are alternatively French and German, and some have both a German and a French name. The University of Strasbourg, at which Pasteur, Napoleon and Goethe were students, is still one of Europe’s most revered academic communities.
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Area Facts: Strasbourg is on the Franco-German border, where the Bruche and Ill rivers meet, and its residents speak French and German, as well as a local oral Alsatian dialect called Elsaessisch. The international dialing code for France is 33, and the city code for Strasbourg is 388.
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