The Crown of France, often referred to as the Angevin Crown, is a sovereign country located primarily in western Europe.
The Crown of France is a constitutional, composite monarchy with a parliamentary democracy. The current monarch is Charles XIII, who has reigned since 8 October 2051. Bordeaux is the capital of the country, and where the crown sits. However, Paris serves as the seat of almost all government institutions as well as parliament. Along with Paris and Bordeaux, many of the world's largest cities are within the Crown of France. These include London, a significant financial centre and world city; Brussels; Amsterdam; Canterbury; and Marseilles