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Empire Français
French Empire




Flag Coat of Arms
Veillons au Salut de l'Empire (unofficial)
The French Empire (dark blue) with satellite states (light blue) in 1811.
Capital Paris
Language(s) French
Government Constitutional Monarchy
 - 1804 – 1814/1815 Napoleon I
 - 1815 Napoleon II[1]
Legislature Parliament
 - Upper house Senate
 - Lower house Corps législatif
Historical era Napoleonic era
 - Napoleon as emperor 18 May, 1804
 - Napoleon's abdication 6 April, 1814
 - Hundred Days 20 March – 7 July 1815
Currency French Franc
Preceded by
Succeeded by
French First Republic
Holy Roman Empire
Kingdom of Holland
Ligurian Republic
Bourbon Restoration
United Kingdom of the Netherlands
Neutral Moresnet
Kingdom of Sardinia
Austrian Empire
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Grand Duchy of Tuscany
Ní òní ó jẹ́ apá  Belgium
 Vatican City

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  1. According to his father's will only. Between June 23 and July 7, France was held by a Commission of Government of five members, which never summoned Napoleon II as emperor in any official act, and no regent was ever appointed while waiting the return of the king. [1]