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United Provinces of Alsland
Alle dingen ljocht en moai (Dellish)
All things Bright and Beautiful
and largest city
|Official languages||Dellish |
|Recognised regional languages||Kirenian|
|Government||Federal Parliamentary Republic|
• Prime Minister
• Co-Deputy Prime Ministers
|Liliana Elliott |
|House of Representatives|
|Independence from Kirenia|
|[convert: invalid number]|
• Water (%)
• 2020 estimate
|GDP (PPP)||2020 estimate|
• Per capita
|GDP (nominal)||2020 estimate|
• Per capita
|HDI (2020)|| 0.937|
|Currency||(€) Euclo (EUC)|
Alsland, officially the United Provinces of Alsland is a country in Northern Euclea. It is bordered by Werania to the north, Estmere to the east and Kirenia to the west. It covers an area of TBD km2 (TBD sq mi) and has a population of more than 11.5 million. The capital and largest city is Yndyk; other major cities are Wottested, Werdau, Kirchester, Glauchau, Leens, Hurdegaryp, and Ilfracombe.
Alsland is divided into 8 autonomous provinces. Delland, Garz, Hamptonshire, Yndyk, Wottested, Fawkhamshire, Zittau and Martiland. Wottested is the smallest province and the youngest after voting to secede from Delland in a 1994 referendum. Yndyk is the richest and most densely populated province along with being the capital and largest city.
Alsland is home to four distinct communities. The Dellish speaking community primarily in the centre of the country, the Estmerish speaking community in the east of the country, the Weranian speaking community in the north and the Kirenian communities along the border with Kirenia.
PRE-20TH CENTURY STUFF TBD
Early Middle ages
Independence and Beyond
- Declaration of Independence
- Estmerish and Weranian involvement
- Independence recognised
- Great war and Alish resistance
- Post-War reforms
- Membership of the EC
- Financial crisis and rise of the Workers Party
- Economic recovery