The Birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte – A Beauty of France

Corsica is a Mediterranean island that is situated north of Sardinia, west of Italy and south of France. It covers an area of thirty-three hundred square miles and has a population of over three hundred thousand residents. Corsica is one of the twenty-six regions of France, but the island is legally considered to be a Collectivite Territoriale. This makes its status similar to other French regions but enjoys broader powers. The island is covered with many olive, fig, chestnut and mulberry trees and has some incredible beaches. The island is most well known for being the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte. …

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