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The <b>Tobar Islands</b> ([[Tobarese Creole]]: <i>Islás Tobár</i>), officially the <b>Organized Republic of the Tobar Islands</b> (Tobarese Creole: <i>Republíká Òrganizád dé Islás Tobár</i>) and colloquially known as <b>Tobar</b>, is a {{wp|sovereign country|sovereign}} {{wp|island country}} situated in the [[Meridian Ocean]]. Bordering areas and polities of the Organized Republic include [[Graenaeyjan]] to the southeast, the islands of [[Scintillement]] belonging to [[Sieuxerr]] to the west, and the [[Irēlandes]] of [[Fyrland]].
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The <b>Tobar Islands</b> ([[Tobarese Creole]]: <i>Islás Tobár</i>), officially the <b>Organized Republic of the Tobar Islands</b> (Tobarese Creole: <i>Republíká Òrganizád dé Islás Tobár</i>) and colloquially known as <b>Tobar</b>, is a {{wp|sovereign country|sovereign}} {{wp|island country}} situated in the [[Meridian Ocean]] of [[Septentrion]]. Bordering areas and polities of the Organized Republic include [[Graenaeyjan]] to the southeast, the islands of [[Scintillement]] belonging to [[Sieuxerr]] to the west, and the [[Irēlandes]] of [[Fyrland]]. The Organized Republic occupies an archipelago of islands includes the eponymous [[Tobár (island)|Tobár]] and several smaller islands such as [[Gobá]], [[Tuqó]], [[Puyá]], [[Dabôt]], and [[Lùgí]].
  
The Organized Republic occupies an archipelago of islands includes the eponymous [[Tobár (island)|Tobár]] and several smaller islands such as [[Gobá]], [[Tuqó]], [[Puyá]], [[Dabôt]], and [[Lùgí]].
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The geographic area of the Tobar Islands have been inhabited by the [[Tobarese people]] for thousands of years, with  ethnopolitical entities such as the [[Tobár Tribal Confederation]] having both unified the various Tobarese tribes and expanding their territory to encompass a majority of the landmasses of the Caribbean. However, with the increasing pressures of technologically advanced powers and advent of colonialism, this Confederation was gradually dissolved and replaced with a territorially-smaller continuum of loosely linked Tobarese tribes and clans that inhabited their home archipelago. After being annexed into the colonial empire of [[Serenoro]], the Tobarese racially diversified with intermixing between the white colonists, indigenous tribespeople, and imported indentured servants from ???.
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The Tobar Islands received independence following the [[War of the Sylvan Succession]] in (1920?), which led to the briefly-lived [[Federal Republic of the Tobar Islands]]. However, disinterest with the geopolitical climate of the world at that time in addition to social and economic crises lead to the [[Crown Jewel Revolution]] that installed a {{wpl|Third position|third positionist}} dictatorship led by [[Adám Golâz]]. Golâz's regime would rule from the 1930s well into the 1970s, and was punctuated by a wide degree of isolationism and Tobarese identitarian supremacism.
  
 
Work in progress.
 
Work in progress.
  
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
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The etymological origin for the term "Tobar Islands", or <i>Islás Tobár</i>, lies with the sociocultural diffusion and culmination of [[Tobarese Creole]] through the linguistic syncretism of both the old language of [[Tobarese (language)|Tobarese]] and {{wpl|Spanish language|Spanish}}, with additional elements from other Romance languages such as {{wpl|Italian language|Italian}} and {{wpl|French language|French}}. The term Tobár itself originates from Tobarese and refers to the largest island of the country that most clans and people within the Organized Republic affiliate themselves with, even if born on another proximal landmass.
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Work in progress.
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
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===Climate===
 
===Climate===
  
===Environment===
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The climate of the Tobar Islands are, for the most part, considered to be that of the {{wpl|Tropical rainforest climate|tropical rainforest}} classification. Many regions of the country are consistently hot and humid, with the notable exceptions to this being the northern region of the island of [[Tobár (island)|Tobár]] and islands near such a region, which instead possess a {{wpl|tropical monsoon climate}} that consists of periods of increased dryness and a lower frequency of rain.
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The Tobar Islands sit in the center of the Caribbean, which puts the area in the midst of the complemented {{wpl|hurricane belt}}. As a result of this, mass-scale damage from hurricanes and significant weather systems are common, including the recent hurricane [[Hurricane Johan (2015)|Johan]] in 2015.
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===Flora and fauna===
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===Aquatic life===
  
 
==Politics==
 
==Politics==
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===Administrative Divisions===
 
===Administrative Divisions===
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The Tobar Islands are divided into 10 departments...
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==Demographics==
 
==Demographics==

Revision as of 17:08, 16 January 2020

Organized Republic of the Tobar Islands

Republíká Òrganizád dé Islás Tobár
Flag of Tobar Islands
Flag
National Emblem of Tobar Islands
National Emblem
Motto: Dé kuboké söé dú Jehó é pawá siwí úd-elé. (Tobarese Creole)
("The white light of God is for all mankind")
Capital
and largest city
Sépalè
Official languagesTobarese Creole
Demonym(s)Tobarese
GovernmentUnitary semi-presidential republic
• President
Julián Rákaò
• Prime Minister
Matiú Alâsá
LegislatureRepublican Assembly
Establishment
• Arrival of proto-Tobár voyagers
??? BC
??? AD
• Arrival of ??? explorers and colonists
??? AD
• Independence declared and recognized
??? AD
• Establishment of the Organized Republic
??? AD
Area
• Total
53,422 km2 (20,626 sq mi)
Population
• 2019 estimate
7,768,295
• Density
145.41/km2 (376.6/sq mi)
GDP (nominal)2019 estimate
• Total
𝔇110.51 billion
• Per capita
𝔇14,226
Gini39.1
medium
HDI (2019)0.803
very high
CurrencyTobarese dólará (𝔇) (TOD)
Time zoneXXX
Date formatdd/mm/yyyy
Driving sideright
Internet TLD.tob

The Tobar Islands (Tobarese Creole: Islás Tobár), officially the Organized Republic of the Tobar Islands (Tobarese Creole: Republíká Òrganizád dé Islás Tobár) and colloquially known as Tobar, is a sovereign island country situated in the Meridian Ocean of Septentrion. Bordering areas and polities of the Organized Republic include Graenaeyjan to the southeast, the islands of Scintillement belonging to Sieuxerr to the west, and the Irēlandes of Fyrland. The Organized Republic occupies an archipelago of islands includes the eponymous Tobár and several smaller islands such as Gobá, Tuqó, Puyá, Dabôt, and Lùgí.

The geographic area of the Tobar Islands have been inhabited by the Tobarese people for thousands of years, with ethnopolitical entities such as the Tobár Tribal Confederation having both unified the various Tobarese tribes and expanding their territory to encompass a majority of the landmasses of the Caribbean. However, with the increasing pressures of technologically advanced powers and advent of colonialism, this Confederation was gradually dissolved and replaced with a territorially-smaller continuum of loosely linked Tobarese tribes and clans that inhabited their home archipelago. After being annexed into the colonial empire of Serenoro, the Tobarese racially diversified with intermixing between the white colonists, indigenous tribespeople, and imported indentured servants from ???.

The Tobar Islands received independence following the War of the Sylvan Succession in (1920?), which led to the briefly-lived Federal Republic of the Tobar Islands. However, disinterest with the geopolitical climate of the world at that time in addition to social and economic crises lead to the Crown Jewel Revolution that installed a third positionist dictatorship led by Adám Golâz. Golâz's regime would rule from the 1930s well into the 1970s, and was punctuated by a wide degree of isolationism and Tobarese identitarian supremacism.

Work in progress.

Etymology

The etymological origin for the term "Tobar Islands", or Islás Tobár, lies with the sociocultural diffusion and culmination of Tobarese Creole through the linguistic syncretism of both the old language of Tobarese and Spanish, with additional elements from other Romance languages such as Italian and French. The term Tobár itself originates from Tobarese and refers to the largest island of the country that most clans and people within the Organized Republic affiliate themselves with, even if born on another proximal landmass.

Work in progress.

History

Geography

Climate

The climate of the Tobar Islands are, for the most part, considered to be that of the tropical rainforest classification. Many regions of the country are consistently hot and humid, with the notable exceptions to this being the northern region of the island of Tobár and islands near such a region, which instead possess a tropical monsoon climate that consists of periods of increased dryness and a lower frequency of rain.

The Tobar Islands sit in the center of the Caribbean, which puts the area in the midst of the complemented hurricane belt. As a result of this, mass-scale damage from hurricanes and significant weather systems are common, including the recent hurricane Johan in 2015.

Flora and fauna

Aquatic life

Politics

Government

Foreign Relations and Military

Administrative Divisions

The Tobar Islands are divided into 10 departments...

Work in progress.

Demographics

Ethnic Groups

Languages

Religion

Migration

Healthcare

Education

Economy

Agriculture

Industry

Services

Science and Technology

Transport

Energy

Culture

Literature

Architecture

Cuisine

Media

Music

Sport

Symbols