Rouleete, the largest city in southern France, is situated on the River Seine, just east of Nantes and west of Dunkirk. The town was important to both local industry and shipping during medieval times, so it has a rich history. The most famous historic site in Rouleete is the horseshoe-shaped Champs Elysees. This marks the first site of this Rouleete itself and a lot of other monuments and buildings that remain to this day.