Kentalis

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The Republic of Kentalis

Republika Kentalis
Република Кенталис
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Flag
KENTALIS Coat of arms.png
Coat of arms
Motto: "Служићу најдражем Кенталису"
"I will serve my dearest Kentalis"
Alternative:
"Поносан сам што сам Кенталијанац"
"I am proud to be Kentalian"
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Capital
and largest city
Polácica
Working languagesKental
Ereskaneese
Bisveni
Recognized Regional Languages
Ethnic groups
Kentalians
Arakovacs
Ereskans
Bralea
Bisveni
Torvoneese
Qazhshavans
Demonym(s)Kentalian
Кенталиaц (Kental)
GovernmentParliamentary Representative Republic
• Prime-Minister
Viliem Ferjancić
• Deputy Prime-Ministers
Miloje Durashević
Suzana Marković
Đoko Sandić
• Vice President of the Council of State
Vojislav Nastasić
LegislatureEstates-General
Higher Senate
Lower Senate
Establishment
• Požanovac proclaimed
794
• Požanovacian split
1561
• Republic of Požanovac
1799
• Second Požanovacian Split
1883
• Republic of Kentalis
19 December 1912
Area
• Total
696,576 km2 (268,949 sq mi)
Population
• 2021 estimate
65,100,000
• 2013 census
64,843,589
• Density
93/km2 (240.9/sq mi)
GDP (PPP)2021 estimate
• Total
2,399 Trillion ACU
• Per capita
37,426 ACU
GDP (nominal)2021 estimate
• Total
2,240 ACU
• Per capita
34,408 ACU
Gini (2021)Positive decrease 33.7
medium
HDI (2021)Increase 0.898
very high
CurrencySekinar (SEK)
Time zoneUTC-6
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy
Driving sideright
Calling code+31
ISO 3166 codeKNT
Internet TLD.KT

Kentalis or The Republic of Kentalis, Sometimes called the Republic of Požanovac is a nation located on the Požanovac Peninsula, which is on the coast of the Hagalaz Ocean. Bordering Shaunteville-la-patrici and Bretislavia. The country has 21 Provinces (Including the Polácica special district) and a population of 64 Million Kentalians. Language in Kentalis is divided between multiple slavic and Mohavic languages, those being Kental, Ereskaneese, Bisveni, Bralea and Arakovac, through Qazhshavan is also recognised as a minority language

The four largest cities in Kentalis are Polácica, Apačin, Datok and Živislavgrad . Polácica is the Capital of Kentalis and its largest city, here is where the parliament is located. The port of Apačin is the largest port in all of Thuadia, and the second largest of Anteria.

Kentalis has been a Parliamentary Representative Republic with a unitary structure since 1705. The country has a tradition of pillarisation and a long record of social tolerance, having legalised abortion and human euthanasia along with maintaining a liberal drug policy. Kentalis abolished the death penalty in Civil Law in 1770, though it was not completely removed until a new civil-rights chapter in the constitution was approved in 1783. Kentalis allowed women's suffrage in 1819, before becoming one of Anteria's first country to legalise same-sex marriage. Its mixed-market advanced economy had the twelfth-highest per capita income globally. Kentalis ranks among the highest in international indexes of press freedom, economic freedom, human development and quality of life, as well as happiness.

Kentalis is a member of many international organisations, like the Inner Sekidean Union, Anterian World Assembly, Trans-Anterian Climate Organization, International Association of Transportation Agencies and the International Football Association. By-far, the closest allies of Kentalis are Layfet, Zhousheng, Vultesia, Bakyern, Inner Sekidean Union countries and New Sebronia.

Etymology

The name Kentalis comes from the Kental words for land, Kopno and Chronicle, Anali. Kentalis can be translated as "The Land of Chronicles".

Kentalis has a standard naming convention, with most other languages having a fairly standardised variation of the name. In the Standard tongue, Kentalis is also called Požanovac (altho this is only the peninsula Kentalis is situated on), whereas the term "Kentalian" is used as the demonym and adjectival form.

In Kental

In Kental, the official names for Kentalis, the Kental language and a Kentalian citizen are Кенталис, Кентал, Кенталин (Kentalis, Kental, Kentalin in latinised form). However, colloquially the country is even by the Kentalians often referred to as Požanovac, although rarely outside the Požanac Province, where it may even be used as a pejorative term.

The plural Kentalises (Кенталисес) was used in many different connotations in the past due to the Republic of the two Kentalises, but since 1703 it has been rarely used.

History

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Prehistory

Figurine found in Živislavgrad (500 BC)

The oldest human (Neanderthal) traces which were found on the Požanovac peninsula were found next to Živislavgrad, from what is believed to be about 200,000 years ago. However, the oldest confirmed traces of human activity are found in the North-eastern parts of Kentalis, which traces back to 15,000 years. These settlers were part of the now extinct Botenik Hunter-Gatherer culture, which were alreadz closely related to multiple slavic groups. Only in 2500 BC, the first farmers arrived from what is believed to be modern-day Zhousheng. Around 1000 BC, it is believed that the groups of Proto-Kental slavs spread further out to form more individual groups. The largest of these moved further south, while other groups stayed near Živislavgrad. During this time, it is also believed that the first Arakovac groups arrived from Qazhshava. As time passed, these groups spread out into multiple cultural groups, with the Požanovacs eventually becoming the largest, and the Ereskans in second. The first proof of a nation was found in modern-day Bisvenia, where a Bisveni kingdom lasted from around 200 BC to 20 CE. In 60 CE, Christianity began taking place in Požanovac, and eventually became the dominating religion.

The arrival of the Kingdom of Saint Jovan in 334 CE, also known as the first Ereskan Kingdom, upset the subtle ballance on Požanovac, and indirectly led to the creation of the Kingdom of Požanovac. Saint Jovan spread out across the North-Eastern part of Požanovac, and spread the Orthodox faith of Ereska with them. The Požanovac city-states could barely oppose them, and for 200 years the Ereskans controlled the Eastern part of Požanovac. In 521, however, the largest of the city-states in Požanac, Smevo, began an era of diplomatic conquest, quickly expanding and forming the kingdom of Požanac, in what today is the Požanac province.

Kingdom of Požanovac

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Protisean split

Re-Unification

Second Split

Modern Time

Geography

Geology

Climate

Climate Change

Temprature records

Nature

Rivers

Torug

Polac

Veja

Mountains

Protea Mountain Range

Mt. Lutec

Big and small Vojas

Politics

Political Culture

Political Parties

Government

Administrative Regions

A map of Kentalian Municipalities

Foreign relations

Main page: Foreign relations of Kentalis


Military

Economy

Agriculture

International Trade

Transport

Road Transport

Public Transport

Cycling

Water Transport

Major Ports

Air Transport

Demographics

Functional urban areas

Language

Religion

Education

Healthcare

Culture

Art, architecture and philosophy

Kentalian value system

Kentalian people and ecology

Music

Film and television

Sports

Cuisine

Colonial heritage

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