"The Heart of The Spanish Empire." France is the most wealthy, and populous region in all of The Spanish Empire. It was founded shortly after Spain, and has a very rich cultural history. Over the century, France has been invaded and occupied by several nations at a time, including, Spain, Britain, and Prussia. France was the first nation to secede to The Spanish Empire when Grace Goldtimbers and Phillipe V Clemente married in the early 1700's, however, Clemente lost control of France several times, but by 1746, after the war of French succession, Clemente regained control over 95% of France.
- Major Cities - Paris, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Lyon, Tours, Reims
- Capital - Paris
- Largest City - Paris
- Population Placement - 36% Urban, 64% Rural
- Population - 24,000,000
- Military/Political details - Spain controls all militaristic and political affairs in this region. France is the most populous region in The Spanish Empire and is also one of the most wealthy and culturally rich in all of Europe. There are roughly 500,000 military personnel in this region.
- Religious - 82% Roman Catholic, 17% Protestant, 1% Muslim
- Ethnic - 85% French, 8% Spanish, 3% British, 2% Dutch, 1% Portuguese, 1% Arab
- Regional GDP - This region generates roughly 124 billion Pasetas, 24% of Spain's total annual GDP.
- Primary Exports - Wood, wheat, wine, weapons and munitions, clams
- Primary Imports - Textile products
- Leadership - France is directly governed by King Phillipe V Clemente and Queen Grace Goldtimbers.
- Terrain - Mostly flat plains or gently rolling hills in north and west; remainder is mountainous, especially Pyrenees in south, Alps in east
1.) France is the wealthiest region in The Spanish Empire.
2.) France is the most populous region in The Spanish Empire.
3.) France is considered The Heart of The Spanish Empire because of its rich cultural history, high population, and exceptional wealth.
4.) France is the second most heavily guarded region in The Spanish Empire.
5.) France is considered one of the most valuable regions in Europe by both Britain and Spain.