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Regionalization and expansion of the E.U. by Uslengh on DeviantArt

This map shows the regionalization of the E.U. after the abolition of the Nation-states. Regions count as states and carry a linguistic, religious, cultural and historical heritage. No city-states are created, except the Île-de-France.
Each regional state is A fedeation of cantons, which can be named in many different ways according to the local tradition. So, city-states can only be cantons of a larger region.

Nation-states are replaced by branches, determined rather by the language root. There are four major branches (Romance, Germanic, Slavic and Celtic), four minor branches (Finnic, Hungarian, Greek and Baltic) and three branches represented by one state alone (Basque, Albanian and Malta).
The Germanic heritage of Prussia, Pomerania, Pomerelia and Silesia is preserved and enhanced.
Engalnd isn’t actually regionalized because it enters again the E.U. with a special status.

The new tiny states are also Electoral colleges in an an American-like system.
The latter capital cities should remain as the sees of European Prefectures for police and the military.

  • Romance Branch:
    • Portugal
    • Galicia
    • Leon
    • Castile
    • Andalusia
    • Aragon
    • Catalonia
    • Gascogne
    • Languedoc
    • Provence
    • Limousin-Auvergne
    • Poitou
    • Val de Loire
    • Ile de France
    • Normandy
    • Picardie
    • Champagne
    • Lorraine
    • Burgundy
    • Lyonnais
    • Savoy
    • Lombardy
    • Genoa
    • Venice
    • Friul
    • Emilia-Romagna
    • Tuscany
    • Rome
    • Naples
    • Sicily
    • Sardinia
    • Corsica
    • Wallachia
    • Transilvania
    • Moldavia
  • Celtic Branch (even mixed up):
    • Ireland
    • Bretagne
    • Scotland
    • Cornwall
    • Wales
  • Germanic Branch:
    • Iceland
    • Faer Oer
    • Norway
    • Sweden
    • Aland
    • Denmark
    • The Netherlands
    • Brabant
    • Flanders
    • Luxembourg
    • Alsace
    • The Palatinate
    • Hessen
    • Rheinland
    • Westphalia
    • Lower Saxony
    • Holstein
    • Mecklemburg
    • Brandenburg
    • Saxony
    • Magdeburg-Anhalt
    • Thuringia
    • Franconia
    • Bavaria
    • Swabia
    • Switzerland
    • Tyrol
    • Austria
  • Slavic Branch:
    • Greater Poland
    • Lesser Poland
    • Mazovia
    • Bohemia
    • Moravia
    • Slovakia
    • Slovenia
    • Podlachia
    • Volhynia-Podolia
    • Red Ruthenia
    • White Ruthenia
    • Carpathic Ruthenia
    • Lesser Russia
    • Serbia
    • Croatia
    • Bulgaria
  • ex-German Slavic Branch:
    • Prussia
    • Pomerelia
    • Pomerania
    • Silesia
  • Finnic Branch:
    • Finland
    • Estonia
    • Sapmi
  • Baltic Branch:
    • Latvia
    • Lithuania
  • Hungarian Branch:
    • Hungary
    • Szekelyfold
  • Greek Branch:
    • Greece
    • Cyprus
  • Countries on their own:
    • Euskadi
    • Albania
    • Malta
  • Russia and Russian satellite:
    • Russia
    • New Russia
    • Zaporizhia
    • Budjak
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