The former Republic has been abolished, and the Kingdom of Genoa has been Formed under Benjamin Kroshbon I (Blake Stewart). As of August, 1760 the Genoese crown has been attack by false claims to the nation. Benjamin Kroshbon, before he was king and the Polish Commonwealth have been the one of the only ones defending the nation against these false claims in the King's absense.
The Republic of Genoa was a independant state from 1005 to 1797 in Liguria on the northwest Italian coast, as well as Corsica from 1347 to 1768. It was formed when Genoa became a self-governing commune and ended when it was conquered by the First French Republic under Napoleon. It was then formed into the Ligurian Republic and was later annexed by the First French Empire.
Genoa is currently lead by King Benjamin Kroshbon (Blake Stewart) I. In August, 1760 this former Crowned Prince of Switzerland and naval officer to England abolished the Oligarchic Republic and founded the Kingdom of Genoa.
Info - The island of Corsica off the coast of Liguria is on of the least economically active regions in all of Europe. In 1584 the Genoese governor ordered all farmers and landowners to plant four trees yearly; a chestnut, olive, fig, and mullbert trees. Many small towns owe their origin and former richness to the chestnut woods. Chestnut bread keeps fresh for as long as three weeks. Corsica produces gourmet cheese, wine, sausages, and honey for sale and export in mainland Liguria.
Info - Chios is the 5th largest island of the Greek Islands. The Genoese, being interested in profit rather than conquest, controlled the trade-posts and warehouses, in particular the trade of mastic, alum, salt and pitch. Other trades such as grain, wine oil and cloth and most professions were run jointly with the locals
Info - The main agricultural products on the island are honey, olives (famously Throuba olives) and olive oil, as well as sheep and goat herding and fishing. Other industries are lumber and mining which includes lead and marble, especially in the Panagia area where one of the mountains near the Thracian Sea has a large marble quarry. The marble quarries in the south (in the area of Aliki), now abandoned, were mined during ancient times.
Info - With money at heart and power in the back of the mind, Lesbos was another economic center for the Genoese. The economy of Lesbos is essentially agriculture in nature, with Olive oil being the main source of income.
Info - The economy depends mainly on agriculture. The main agricultural products include grapes, honey, olives, olive oil, citrus fruit, dried figs and almunds, and flowers. The muscat grape is the main crop used for wine production. Samian wine is also shipped to Genoa to be sold or exported
The Genoese Embassey is a select group of men who try to keep diplomatic relations outside the country stable, they are also sent to work out treaties between nations and make sure the treaties made are not broken.