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A historical region and former province of north-central France in the Paris basin. In 987 the Île-de-France became the nucleus of the crown lands when Hugh Capet, Count of Paris, became the French king.
Ile-de-France is home to both French Disneyland park as well as three smaller amusement parks, and Picardie is the location of both Parc Asterix and Parc Saint Paul, two of France's largest amusement parks.
Not every province hosts roller coasters, and the highest concentration of thrill rides is in the north, particularly in the Ile-de-France and Picardie provinces (surrounding and just north of Paris).