Romandie is a region of Switzerland. Geneva (Genève in french) is the capital of the region.
Romandie is neighbored by following regions:
- Poland, Alsace
- Slovenia, Aosta Valley
- Slovenia, Deutschschweiz
- Poland, Franche-comte
- Poland, Rhone Alps
- Slovenia, Piedmont
|Country||Region||City||Population||Country Citizens||Productivity||Hospital||Defense system|
|Romandie||Geneva||160 ▲||51 ▲||Cattle||0||0|
French Speaking Switzerland was taken over by France as a result of the France-Switzerland War in early May 2008. It was returned to Switzerland in December 2008. In 2009 it was taken over by Italy. On 20th July 2009 (day 608 of the New World) the region was renamed from French Speaking Switzerland to Romandie.
Romandie was owned by the Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) for several months until they left Switzerland and the Italian peninsula on July 21st, 2011.
The following table lists the mayors of Geneva in chronological order:
|21 June 2008||Chris1870||Parti Social Démocrate|
|21 July 2008||Chris1870||Parti Social Démocrate|
|21 August 2008||Chris1870||Parti Social Démocrate|
|21 September 2008||Lezar||Swiss Independence|
|Regions of Slovenia|
Aosta Valley · Deutschschweiz · Emilia-Romagna · Friuli Venezia Giulia · Inner Carniola · Liguria · Lombardy · Lower Carniola · Marche · Piedmont · Prekmurje · Romandie · Slovenian Littoral · Styria and Carinthia · Trentino South Tyrol · Umbria · Upper Carniola · Veneto