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After the Vienna Conference in 1815, the hope of reunification was very slim: the idea of Italy becoming a country seemed very far away, and most Italians had little particular interest in it.
Italy has long existed as a geographical term, but it is only a geographical term.

The Vienna Treaty was essentially restoring the order of the pre-Napoleonic era and setting the clock back to the 18th century.
Like most peace treaties, the fundamental purpose of the Vienna Conference was to ensure that the loser-this time France-never threatened the victor.
For Italy, this means that the entire peninsula will be ruled by Austria.
Moreover, the island is now split into many countries, and all traces of nationalism and liberalism in these countries will be completely eradicated.
As a result, Ferdinand continued to stage his ugly game of "fleeing when defeated and returning when defeated", and returned to become the king of Naples and Sicily, called the Kingdom of Two Sicily.
Vittorio Emanuele I also returned from Sardinia, where he had taken refuge, and became the ruler of Piedmont. At this time, Genoa was incorporated into the Kingdom of Piedmont.
Tuscany also returned to the hands of Ferdinand III of the Habsburg-Lorraine family, the son of the former king.
The Duchy of Parma was given to Napoleon’s wife, Marie Louise, who has now become the loyal lover of Austria’s one-eyed general Neppg.
The Papal State returned to the Pope, and Austria received Lombardy and Venice, and was allowed to station troops in Piacenza, Ferrara and Comacchio.
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