The Holy Papal Empire of Catholic Europe was a massive, environmentally stunning nation, that occupied a territory stretching from the Italian Peninsula eastwards, encompassing all the Balkans and Anatolia. The capital of Catholic Europe was situated on Constantinople and was known to its citizens as Genesis City. An economically and militarily powerful nation, Catholic Europe is best known for the Genesisian Catholic Church, the Official Catholic Church of Catholic Europe and throughout many Catholic Nations in the world.
Government and Politics
- For a history of the Popes, see History of the Papacy
For most of the history of Catholic Europe, the nation was government by an Emperor whom concurrently held the title and position of Pope. Given the dual nature of the leadership, Catholic Europe was by all accounts a Theocracy as government positions were filled by Catholic Clergy. It was also an absolute monarchy, as the Pope wielded nearly unchecked power over the nation.
The climate is normally divided up into four areas for Catholic Europe. The first is the north – here it is warm in the summer, but not for long, and has terribly cold winters. The second is the Italian climate - it is hot in the summer and mild in the winter. The third is the west – it is hot in the summer but can get very cold in the winter, also there is little rain. The fourth is the Crimea climate – it is cold all year round basically. Terrain:
There is a diverse amount of terrain throughout Catholic Europe. Our highest points are the Alps at the north of Italy, whilst our lowest points are the Islands of Greece. There are many live volcanoes throughout Catholic Europe; the most well known being Mount Etna. There are also many areas, which are susceptible to severe earthquakes (especially in the Turkish parts of Catholic Europe).