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France had been an important cultural center of the world for many centuries, with Paris being the cultural hub. Even today, France contributes greatly to the fashion culture of the world.
The religon of France is predominantly Roman Catholic with anticlerical leanings. The French are extremely secular in nature and always prefer to make religion a private affair, separating its from politics. France guarantees freedom of religion as a constitutional right to all its citizens and the government is bound to respect this right in practice. Islam is the second largest religion in France, mostly practiced by immigrants from former French colonies in Northern Africa. Other religious groups in France include Protestant, Jews, and Buddhists (though negligible). Atheists also form a large percentage of French population.