Cienfuegos Settled by French immigrants from Bordeaux and Louisiana (1819)
City of Luxembourg Sun King Louis XIV besieged the city and annexed the duchy (Vauban then augmented the fortifications of the city of Luxembourg). After being regained by the Austrians, France annexed Luxembourg again under the 1st Republic and until the downfall of Napoleon.
Corfu Controlled by France 1797-9, 1807-14. Liston Square - The Liston area is where you find the upmarket Caf?s, built by the French and modelled on ?Paris Rue de Rivoli?
Crac des Chevaliers Captured by Raymond IV of Toulouse and Tancred, Prince of Galilee (during the Crusades)
Damascus Bab-Kissan's church: One of Damascus eastern wall's doors. the French built a church there in 1934.
Panamá Museo del Canal Interoce?nico de Panam? is located in a building once owned by the French canal company "Compagnie Universelle du Canal Interoc?anique"; French Embassy at the Plaza de Francia; link
Rome The French Embassy in Rome (and hence "French Territory" and therefore "owned" by them) is the Palazzo Farnese. This has been described as "The most imposing palace of the 16th Century"
São Luis In 1612 the French built a fort on the site of a "large village of the Tupinamba tribe" (Wiki) as part of the creation of the intended colony of France ?quinoxiale. Less than 4 years later it was taken by the Portuguese.
Statue of Liberty Made by Frenchman Fr?d?ric Bartholdi, and given by the people of France to the USA
Vienna French Embassy (it is an important historical building built by the French)
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