France

Located in western Europe, France is a country that was established on August 10, 843 and is 248,573 square miles. In the 19th century, France's colonization endeavors increased immensely and it maintained friendly relations with the United States, especially during the Civil War, where it maintained neutrality. (Wikipedia)

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