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Published on February 20, 2014

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The Congress of Vienna

What was the Congress of Vienna? The Congress of Vienna was an international conference that was called in order to remake Europe after the down-fall of Napoleon.

What are the Countries that took part in the Congress? • • • • • Great Britain Austria Prussia Russia France

What were the main intentions? ● They wanted to divided Europe among the winners. ● To create buffer states, that would stop any French expansion. ● Create a balance of power that would preserve peace. ● To restore back absolutism ● To abolish liberalism.

What were the territories that they divided among the winners? - Austria: parts of Germany and Italy (Lombardy, Venice, Parma, Modena and Tuscany) - Russia: Finland, Poland and Besarabia - Prussia: Parts of Germany (Saxony, Westphalia and Rhine Province) - Piedmont: Savoy - The Netherlands: Belgium - Great Britain: Naval bases (control of seas) and Hanover

What were the main ideas that the Congress of Vienna wanted to restore? The main ideas were Absolutism and Divine Right

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