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  • Corse, France
    Coco Candelario, Sarah Caples
  • Emplacement
    Island, Mediterranean Sea
    West of Italy, southeast of French mainland
    North of the island of Sardinia
    One of the 26 regions
    “Territorial collectivity”
  • Faits
    Birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte
    Mediterranean climate
    Hot summers, mild/rainy winters
    Craftsmanship
    Pottery, wicker work, wood carving, jewelry
  • Statistiques
    Regional capital: Ajaccio
    Major languages: French (official), Italian and Corsican
    Major religion: Christianity
    Monetary unit: Euro
    Main exports: Cheese, fruit, wine, olive oil, tobacco
  • Le Drapeau de Corse
    Moor head
    Inherited from the kings of Aragond
    1762: Pasquale Paoli
    Sign of independence
  • NationauxHymne
    God saves you Queen And Mother of the infinite one Of which graces us  With the paradise  You are to laugh and joy Of all the unconsoled ones Of all tormented Single faith  For you sighs and groans Our tenderness which runs out In an ocean of sorrows And of love  Marie, ocean of softness That your eyes if pieux  Maternal and love   Are posed on us  Accomodate our miseries Under your saint veils And your son who is with the sky Show us  Approve and listen too O Virgin Mary Soft and generous Our plain tendernesses On our enemies Give us the victory And also eternal glory With the paradise
    Dio vi Salve Regina Diu vi salvi Regina E madreuniversalePer cui favor si sale Al paradisu Voisietegioia è risuDi tuttiiscunsulatiDi tuttiitribulatiUnicaspeme A voisuspira è gemeIl nostruafflittu core In un mar diduloreE d'amarezza Maria, mar didulcezzaI vostriochjipietosiMaterniedamurosiA noivulgete NoimiseriaccugliteNelvostrusantuveluIl vostrufigliu in celuA noimustrate GraditeedascultateO vergine Maria Dolce è clemente è piaGliaffettinostri VoidaiminicinostriA noi date vittoriaE poi l'eternagloriaIn paradisu
    Coriscan Anthem
  • TouristiqueAttractions
    • Hiking
    • Diving
    • Horseback riding
    • Fishing
    • Hunting
    • Water cures
    • Casa Buonaparte
  • Langue
    French (official language; as of 1858)
    Corsican
    Corsica, Northern Sardinia
    Similar to Italian
    Evolved from Latin
    Endangered
  • Corsican Mafia (le Unione Corse)
    Tight knit, secretive
    Split
    Francisci, Orsini, Venturi, and Guerini
    Heroin trade
    “Air Opium”
    1992: 182 armed robberies, 154 terrorist attacks, 40 murders.
  • Musique
    Traditional wind, string and percussion
    Caramusa
    Calamedda (north) or cialamella/cialambella (south)
    Mandulina
    Riberbula
    Urganettu
    Zampugna
  • Cuisine
    Pasta, pizza, cheese, omelets, soup, chestnuts
    Local beers, coke, wine
    reflecting their independent ways
    Cuisine
    Combination of French/Italian
    Meat and fish
    Lamb, kid, and suckling pig
    Mullet, bream, bass, small Mediterranean lobster (langoustes)
  • Strawberry Sorbet
    1 kilogram(2.2 lb) fresh ripe and naturally well sugared fraises300 grams (2/3 lb) caster sucre
    1/2 citron (pour le jus)1 orange (pour le jus)
    Directions :1/Wash then take the stalks off les fraises and mix them.2/Add the sucre then the juices (citron et orange) and blend.3/Pour into an ice cream maker and when the sorbet is iced, keep it into the ice cubes preserver part of your réfrigérateur rather than into a deep freezer.You can duplicate this recipe with other fruit (framboises, cassis, baies, etc... you can also blend several fruit together)
  • Questionnaire
    Where is Corsica located?
    What is the capital of Corsica?
    What is the design on the Corsican flag?
    What are the main languages spoken in Corsica?
    Describe the Corsican language.
    Describe the major types of cuisine in Corsica.
    The Corsican mafia was involved with what kind of trade?