Europe after the Congress of Vienna, 1815

Although the Congress of Vienna has been criticized by many historians for its failure to recognize the principle of Nationalism, as a peace conference, it was remarkably successful. It redrew the map of Europe which, in broad outline, lasted for more than 65 years! Thus, the following map should be carefully studied, and the states, particularly the new states, should be located and learned.

United Kingdom of Britain and Ireland
United Kingdom of Norway and Sweden
The Restored German Confederation
Kingdom of France
Kingdom of Prussia
Austrian Empire
Austrian Veneto
Austrian Milan
Austrian Tuscany
Austrian Dalmatia
The United Netherlands
Luxembourg
Kingdom of Piedmont-Sardinia
The Papal States
Kingdom of the Two Sicilies
Kingdom of Spain
Kingdom of Portugal
Restored Kingdom of Poland
Kingdom of Hanover
Denmark
Kingdom of Bavaria
Swiss Confederation
Russian Empire
"Congress Poland"

 

To view the completed map of 1815, click Labeled Map of 1815

 

Geographical features important for Europe after the Congress of Vienna

Learn the location of the following by studying the appropriate maps.

For Western Europe

Paris
London
Dublin
Brussels
Amsterdam
Seine River
Massif Central
Shannon River

For Central Europe

Cologne
Hamburg
Koblenz
Munich
Berlin
Rhine River
Elbe River
Main River

For South-Eestern Europe

Po River
Sardinia
Elba
Rome
Florence
Milan
Naples.
Vienna

For Northern Europe

Denmark
Norway
Gulf of Bothnia
Stockholm
Gulf of Finland
Baltic Sea
Copenhagen
Helsinki

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