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English: Monarchies, republics and ecclesiastical lands in Europe near the end of the French Revolution. On 21 January 1799, the proclamation of the Parthenopean Republic marked the peak of the period of sister republics – states founded on territories conquered by French and local revolutionary armies between 1795 and 1799 that were modeled after and loyal to the French First Republic. These were located in the Low Countries, the German Rhineland, Switzerland and Italy.
Ecclesiastical landsFree Imperial Cities are counted as republics. Ecclesiastical lands mainly consist of prince-bishoprics in the Holy Roman Empire.
|Source||Own work, based on Europe 1789 monarchies, republics and ecclesiastical lands.png, Karte Helvetik 3.png, Peace of Basel.png, HRR 1789.png, D062- N° 435. Les républiques sœurs. - Liv3-Ch16.png, Karte kongresspolen.png, Rzeczpospolita Rozbiory 3.png, Italy 1799.jpg, Italy 1803.jpg, Cisrhen.Rep.1797.jpg.jpg.|
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|current||16:21, 30 October 2016||2,000 × 2,027 (438 KB)||Nederlandse Leeuw||Corrected the borders of partitioned Poland. I had mixed up the borders of 1815 and 1795. West Galicia including Kraków belonged to Austria, the remainder of later Congress Poland + Białystok to Prussia, not Russia.|
|05:52, 30 October 2016||2,000 × 2,027 (440 KB)||Nederlandse Leeuw||Cisrhenian Republic added. Although it was ''de facto'' subsumed by France in 1798 (departmentalisation), the formal annexation was delayed until 1802.|
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