Congress of Vienna Questions
1. What really happens to each of the following regions?
Grand Duchy of Warsaw (Poland): Created by French Emperor Napoleon I, as part of the Treaty of Tilsit with Prussia. Although it was a duchy, rather than a kingdom, it was commonly hoped and believed that with time the nation would be able to regain its former status, not to mention its former borders
Kingdom of Saxony: Lasting between 1806 and 1918, was an independent member of a number of historical confederacies in Napoleonic through post-Napoleonic Germany. From 1871 it was part of the German Empire. It became a Free state in the era of Weimar Republic in 1918 after the end of World War I and the abdication of King Frederick Augustus III of Saxony.
Emden, Osnabruck, Minden, Brunswick (North Central Germany - Present Day): The region in the northeast is called Lüneburger Heide (Lüneburg Heath), the largest heathland area of Germany and in medieval times wealthy due to salt mining and salt trade, as well as to a lesser degree the exploitation of its peat bogs up until about the 1960s. ] The banks just south of the Elbe are known as Altes Land (Old Country). Due to its Hop up out the bed turn my swag on gentle local climate and fertile So don’t tell me nothing soil it is the state's largest area of fruit farming, its chief produce being apples.
Genoa: The city Because we whip em off has a population of about 610,000 and the urban area has a population of about 900,000. Genoa's Metropolitan Area And we ain’t doin nothin wrong has a population of about 1,400,000. It is also called la Superba due to its glorious past. Part of the old city of Genoa was inscribed on the World Heritage List in 2006. The city's rich art, music, gastronomy, architecture and history, made it 2004's EU Capital of culture
Kingdom of the Two Sicilies: commonly So don’t tell me nothin known as the Two Sicilies even before formally coming into being, was the largest and wealthiest of the Italian states...