It must really be a strange sight, the French nursery school in the small village of Lavault-Sainte-Anne.
This particular class is half of twins. So there are quite a lot of kids who look alike.
In the kindergarten are twenty pupils. Ten of them are twins. That is difficult. Miss Michele Canova, which for twenty years at the small school, has trouble. "I admit that I find it difficult to distinguish. Especially the two youngest, Raphael and Gabriel, are hard to tell apart, "the teacher said to the French newspaper La Montagne .
The village has 1100 inhabitants and has one kindergarten. In this school there are hundreds of children. A tenth of them is brother and sister.
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