Bastille Day – Quiz – True Or False

Bastille Day – Quiz – True or False

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Quiz - Bastille Day - True or False

Decide if the statement is vrai (true) or faux (false).
    The Bastille prison was captured in 1789.
    The word ‘bastille’ means ‘fortification’ or 'fort' in old French.
    The French say ’Happy Bastille Day!’ to each other on July 14.
    The French revolution led to the first French republic.
    The French flag colors are blue, white and red.
    'La Lyonnaise’ is the French national anthem.
    Rebels to the regime were in jail at La Bastille.
    'Bastille Day’ is called ‘la journée de la Bastille’ in French.
    The French like to celebrate Bastille Day by dancing at night.
    Red and white were the colors of Paris.

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