Detailed hi-res maps of Corse for download or print
The actual dimensions of the Corse map are 1183 X 2198 pixels, file size (in bytes) - 299768. You can open this downloadable and printable map of Corse by clicking on the map itself or via this link: Open the map
Moving around in France - transportation
France is one of the most economically developed countries in the European Union. This explains why there is such a high-quality transport infrastructure in the country. Railway transportation is as a matter of fact popular in France. There is in Paris the largest railway network in the entire country; it extends not only to all cities and regions, but also to neighboring countries. Local and regional high-speed trains, as well as Express trains run in the Country. Speaking of public transport, the most popular is buses. All journeys are strictly based on schedule. However, quite often in large cities, public transport gets into traffic jams. Buses become the most popular choice of transportation when it is necessary to get from one city to another without a stop. Also, in the capital of France there are night buses which are designed for those who like to move during the night time.
Economy roadmap of France
Also, recently, France began actively investing in shipbuilding, and electrical engineering. The Country is rich in Iron, Uranium ores, as well as Potassium salts. This provided a solid foundation for the development and improvement of the Mining Industry. It should be noted that non-ferrous metallurgy in France is also developed at a very high level, and contemporary shops for steelmaking occupy the leading positions in the world ratings on equipment and quality of production. As far as power generation is concerned, France is able to provide half the country’s own raw material. They continue to obtain bituminous coal in some regions of France. However, its share in the energy balance is less than 6%. Oil stockpiles in the country are limited. The significant dependence of France on the import of oil is still observed even today. Gas reserves in the country are also severely depleted, so the state annually tries to reduce the amount of its production.