The official language is Guianese Creole French and the Euro is the currency of the French Guiana. The domain is .fr and the country code is +594.
National day is celebrated on 11 Jan 2023. Every country in the world has national symbols including national animal, national flower, motto, etc and French Guiana is no exception.
In French Guiana, Football is considered as a national sport, and it is a passion of many French Guianese people. Ti' Punch is not only a traditional drink, but one of the national drink of French Guiana. As poetry is a highly appreciated art, many poets like Not Declared represent a national French Guianese symbol.
and Thierry Queffelec (Prefect) is the Prime Minister.
In French Guiana the power plugs and sockets are of type C, D, E. The standard voltage is 220 V and the frequency is 50 Hz.
The French Guianese national anthem was written by Claude Joseph, Rouget de Lisle and composed by Claude Joseph, Rouget de Lisle.
|Official name(s)||French Guinea|
|Alternative name(s)||Département d’Outre-Mer de la Guyane française, Guyane, (Overseas Department of French Guiana)|
|Regional location||Northern South America, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Brazil and Suriname|
|Country name etymology||From the local language (probably Cariban or Arawak), meaning “land of many waters”. Also spelled as Guyana. The French form gave the town name Cayenne.|
|Climate||Tropical; hot, humid; little seasonal temperature variation|
|Terrain||Low-lying coastal plains rising to hills and small mountains|
|Language(s)||Guianese Creole French|
|Ethnicity||Creoles, or Mulattoes (people of mixed African and French ancestry)|
|Head of government||Prime Minister|
|Driving side||Drive on the Right-hand side|
|Total area||83,534 km2 (32,253 sq mi)|
|Average elevation||168 m (551 ft)|
|Mains electricity||220 V|
|Emergency telephone numbers||Emergency Telephone Numbers|
The National animal of French Guiana is Deer
The National flower of French Guiana is Water Lily. Botanical name is Nymphaeaceae.
The National bird of French Guiana is Not Declared
Every story has two sides. Good and evil often come from the same source. When the mighty fall on hard times, they are disrespected by all. People may look alike, but all act differently.