"General Dreedle, in Corsica"

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Corsica is one of the larger islands in the Mediterranean, to the west and north of Pianosa and under the governance of France. It has a total area of 3,351 square miles, a population estimated in 2008 of 302,000, and is known as the birthplace of Napoleon.

Formed from a series of volcanic explosions and inhabited since at least the Mesolithic era (10,000 to 14,000 years ago), Corsica boasts a warm and balmy climate, which probably explains why General Dreedle prefers to hang out there.