The successful nations always value their times. Different countries have different times zones. Basically it can be defined as a region having the uniform Standard time for the legal social and commercial purposes. So it is clear that every nation has its own time zones. Though there are some countries that have different and more than one or more zones. And these are much convenient for the both commercial as well as the residential areas and to keep the time same so the different zones are tending to follow the limits and boundaries of different nations and their subdivisions. Majority of times zones on the land are offset from the coordinated universal time (UCT) by the throughout number of hours (UCT-12 to UCT +14). But some of these are offset by the 30 to 45 minutes.
Which country has most time zones in the world?
[box]From the earliest of the world, the time is given so importance and therefore, it has a great history, before the invention of clocks, people used to identify the times with the help of sun light and made an estimate. so it was judged with the help of sun. later on, with the passage of time, people found the more innovative and correct methods for time management.
France is officially recognized as the French Republic located in the Western Europe having the most timezones or more than one timezones in the world. Paris is the capital and the largest city of this nation. France is covering the total land area of 640679 sq km. its population according to 2014 census is calculated 66,616,416. More than $2.333 Trillion GDP is making it one of the richest countries in the world. Euro is the official currency of this nation. Calling Code of this nation is +33 while on the other hand French people drive on the Right side. France is considered the largest country located in the Western Europe while on the other hand it is considered the third biggest country in Europe. And it has been a biggest power in Europe continent since the late of middle ages.
|France Different Zones|
|UTC−10:00 — Most of French Polynesia|
|UTC−09:30 — Marquesas Islands|
|UTC−09:00 — Gambier Islands|
|UTC−08:00 — Clipperton Island|
|UTC−04:00 (AST) — Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint Barthelemy, Saint Martin|
|UTC−03:00 (PMST) — French Guiana, Saint-Pierre and Miquelon|
|UTC+01:00 (CET) — Metropolitan France|
|UTC+03:00 — Mayotte|
|UTC+04:00 — Réunion|
|UTC+05:00 — Kerguelen Islands|
|UTC+11:00 — New Caledonia|
|UTC+12:00 — Wallis and Futuna|
Currently France is Under the Central European Time Zone
France Local Times Details
|Central European Time – is abbreviated as CET
Central European Summer Times – is abbreviated as CEST
|UTC – GMT
|France is GMT/UTC + 1h during Standard Times
France are GMT/UTC + 2h during light Saving Times
|France does utilize this. In Europe daylight saving times are often referred to as “Summer Times.”|
|France starts Daylight Saving Times on
Sunday March 30, 2014 at 2:00 AM local times.
Sunday October 27, 2013 at 3:00 AM local time.
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