Royaume de France
Kingdom of France
Constituent Province of Vanivere
Flag of the Kingdom of France Maison Bonaparte-Capet
National Flag Royal Emblem
Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité
National Anthem
La Marseillaise
Capital Paris
Official language French
Demonym French
Government Type
- King
- Chief Minister
Constitutional monarchy
Alexandre II
François Fillon
- Restructuring Act

September 6, 2025
Total Area 674,843 km2
Total Population
- Main Ethnicity
Time Zone UTC +1

The Kingdom of France (French: Royaume de France) is a kingdom and constituent province of the Vaniveran Empire. It comprises the original territory of France as stated at the Congress of Milan and the island of Corsica. It is a kingdom, divided into twenty-two regions with limited autonomy, but still under the jurisdiction of the Royal and Imperial Governments. The Kingdom of France is also the center of the Vaniveran Empire.

The Kingdom of France first grew out of Western Francia after the Treaty of Verdun divided the Carolingian Empire in 843. For years, France was a largely decentralized state during the Middle Ages. Under the system of feudalism, French lords grew extremely powerful, some becoming just as powerful as the French king himself. With the election of Hugh Capet in 987, the Capetian Dynasty became the ruling family of the Kingdom of France. Under the Capetians, the French monarchy would grow more and more cenralized until in 1453, France had become an absolute monarchy under the Divine Right of Kings.

This absolute monarchy would come to an end during the reign of Louis XVI of France. Beginning the French Revolution, the people of France reorganized France into a constitutional monarchy. But in 1792, believing King Louis was betraying his own country, angry Parisian citizens stormed the Tuileries. Three months later, King Louis XVI was executed in what is today the Place de la Concorde.

From the time of Louis's death in 1793 to 1804, France was ruled by the French Republic. Under the Republic, France was ruled by three different governments: the National Convention; the Directory; and the Consulate. From 1799 to 1804, French politics were ruled by the Consulate, which was led by First Consul Napoleon Bonaparte. With public support in 1804, Napoleon crowned himself Emperor of the French and established the Empire of the French. For ten years, Emperor Napoleon I expanded the French Empire and his own personal authority. But in 1804, Napoleon was defeated and sent into exile to the island of Elba. In 1815, Napoleon returned to the French mainland and retook control over the French Government.

Attempting to stop the Congress of Vienna in Brussels, Emperor Napoleon invaded Belgium but was defeated at the Battle of Waterloo. To ensure he would not return to Europe, the Congress of Vienna exiled Napoleon to the island of Saint Helena in the middle of the South Atlantic.

The monarchy was not restored until 2025, when the European Federation was restructured into the Vaniveran Empire.

Constituent Provinces of Vanivere
Province Capital
Austria Kingdom of Austria   Vienna
Flag of Belgium Kingdom of Belgium   Brussels
Czech Republic Kingdom of Bohemia and Moravia   Prague
Flag of Dalmatia-Illyria Kingdom of Dalmatia-Illyria   Zagreb
Denmark Kingdom of Denmark   Copenhagen
Flag of Erandor Kingdom of Erandor   Bucharest
Flag of the Kingdom of France Kingdom of France   Paris
Flag of the Hellenes Kingdom of the Hellenes   Athens
Flag of Hungary Kingdom of Hungary   Budapest
Flag of the Kingdom of Italy Kingdom of Italy   Rome
Flag of the Kingdom of Ireland Kingdom of Ireland   Dublin
Netherlands Kingdom of the Netherlands   Amsterdam
Flag of Poland Kingdom of Poland   Warsaw
Flag of Portugal Kingdom of Portugal   Lisbon
Spain Kingdom of Spain   Madrid
United Kingdom United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland   London
Flag of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg Grand Duchy of Luxembourg   Luxembourg City
Andorra Principality of Andorra   Andorra-la-Vella
Flag of Liechtenstein Principality of Liechtenstein   Vaduz
Flag of Monaco Principality of Monaco   Monaco-Ville
Flag of the Duchy of Malta Duchy of Malta   Valletta
Slovakia Slovak Duchy   Bratislava
Flag of the State of East Prussia State of East Prussia   Königsberg
Flag of the Rhine Confederation Confederation of the Rhine   Berlin
Flag of the Swiss Confederation Swiss Confederation   Bern
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