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Revision as of 13:10, 14 July 2019

Granzerian Kingdom

Grozyar Királyság (Granzerian Language)
Coat of Arms
Coat of Arms
and largest city
Official languagesGranzerian
Recognised national languagesPererran
Ethnic groups
83.1% Granzerian
5.5% Pererran
1.5% Zastrian
4.1% Other Patyria
3.8% Other
Demonym(s)Granzerian official
GovernmentFederal parliamentary constitutional monarchy
István Árpád
• King
Karoly III
• Water (%)
• 2014 estimate
GDP (nominal)estimate
• Total
$1.464 trillion
• Per capita
HDI (2014)Increase 0.841
very high
Date formatdd/mm/yyyy (AD)
Driving sideright
Calling code+17
ISO 3166 codeGRZ
Internet TLD.grz

Granzery, officially the Granzerian Kingdom (Granzerian: Grozyar Királyság), is a Constitutional Monarchy located in Southern Patyria. It is ruled by the Senate of the Granzerian Kingdom, for which an election is held every 3 years, and the Prime Minister of Granzery, for which elections are held at the same time as the Senate. Granzery is comprised of nine regions, the largest of which Karpatia, is home to the Second largest city in the nation, Csongrád. Győr-Hűségesvár is the smallest by land area but second largest by population, and is home to the capital city of Hűségesvár.


The name Granzery originates from the Vierz word Grenze, which was used by the ethnic Vierz kingdoms inhabiting the Granzerian region prior to the Grozyar migrations of 700AD. It was used to describe Grozyar tribes as "those beyond the borders". The term Grozyarország is used natively, although it is sometimes shortened to Grozyar.






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The Granzerian health care system is considered a "mixed" health care system, with a universal health care system largely financed by government health insurance, however despite this, citizens can elect to pay for private health insurance and health care. The State Medical Insurance scheme or ÁEB (Granzerian: "állami egészségügyi biztosítás") is completely free for children, handicapped people and pensioners. The highest cause of death in Granzery is Cardiovascular disease, causing 47.5% of all total deaths annually, the second highest cause of death is cancer with 26.7% of all annual deaths attributed to it. Life Expectancy in Granzery in 2019 was 78.5 years for males and 83.4 years for females. The leading preventable cause of death in Granzery is Cigarette smoking, responsible for 8.1% of total mortality and disease. Ranked second in preventable causes is Hypertension at 7.3%, with Obesity third at 6.1%.

There are huge differences between the western and eastern parts of Granzery, heart disease, hypertension, stroke, and suicide is prevalent in the mostly agricultural and low-income regions of Karpatia, Mocsárföld and Jász-Nagykun, but infrequent in the high-income and middle class characteristic Győr-Hűségesvár and Nagykert. The homicide rate was 1.3 per 100,000 people at the end of 2018.


Primary and Secondary education in Granzery is predominantly public, run by the Education Cabinet (Granzerian: "Oktatási kormány") Primary education usually lasts for eight years, from the ages of 4 to 12, and is exclusively publically funded and run. Secondary education includes three traditional types of schools focused on different academic levels. The "Akadémia" or Academy system lasts between 4 and 6 years, and generally prepares the most gifted students for university education, and is the most common enrolment in Granzery, including approximately 62% of total enrolments. The "Főiskola" or Vocational College System prepares students for tertiary vocational education and lasts for four years. "Iskola szakember" or Specialised School system lasts between 4 and 8 years and educates students in various specialised ways such as sporting, music and drama. The system is partly flexible and bridges exist, graduates from an Academic school can achieve a two years program to have access to vocational higher education for instance. The Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) rated 13–15-year-old pupils in Granzery among the best in the world for maths and science.

School attendance, or registration for home schooling, is compulsory throughout Granzery. Education is the responsibility of the individual provinces so the rules vary between regions, but nationally children are required to attend school from 4 years old until 16 years old. In Győr-Hűségesvár, children aged 16–17 are required to either attend school or participate in vocational training, such as an apprenticeship. Granzery has an adult literacy rate of approximately 99.7%. However a 2016 report by the National Bureau of Demographics (Granzerian: "Nemzeti demográfiai iroda") indicated that the region of Jász-Nagykun has only an adult literacy and numeracy rate of 68%.

Granzery has 37 government-funded universities and 18 private universities, as well as a number of other specialist institutions that provide approved courses at the higher education level. The TBA places Granzery among the most expensive nations to attend university. There is a state-run system of vocational training, known as MÉT, and many trades conduct apprenticeships for training new tradespeople. About 56% of Granzerians aged from 25 to 64 have vocational or tertiary qualifications, and the tertiary graduation rate nationally is 47%.



Granzery is home to the largest medicinal bath in Patyria (Széchenyi Medicinal Bath), completed in 1913 in Modern Renaissance Style and located in the City park, the biggest building in Granzery with its 268 metres (879 feet) length (the Parliament building), one of the largest basilicas in Patyria (Mezővörös Basilica), notable architectural styles in Granzery include Historicism and Art Nouveau. In contrast to Historicism, Granzerian Art Nouveau is based on the national architectural characteristics. Taking the eastern origins of the Granzerians into account, Ödön Lechner (1845–1914), the most important figure in Granzerian Art Nouveau, was initially inspired by Bhasari and Mahsadari architecture, and later by traditional Granzerian decorative designs. In this way, he created an original synthesis of architectural styles. By applying them to three-dimensional architectural elements, he produced a version of Art Nouveau that was specific to Granzery.

Foreigners have unexpectedly "discovered" that a significantly large portion of the citizens live in old and architecturally valuable buildings. In the Hűségesvár downtown area almost all the buildings are about one hundred years old, with thick walls, high ceilings, and motifs on the front wall.








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