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The old notion of Europe as a geopolitical or cultural term was centred on core Europe (Kerneuropa), the continental territory of the historical Carolingian Empire and the core of Latin Christendom[citation needed], corresponding to modern France, Italy, Germany (or German-speaking Europe) and the Benelux states (historical Austrasia). This historical core of "Carolingian Europe" was consciously invoked in the 1950s as the historical ethno-cultural basis for the prospective European integration (see also Multi-speed Europe).[2]