Carinthia (Etruria)

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State of Carinthia

Stanje Koroškem
Flag of State
Carinthia in red, Etruria in grey
Carinthia in red, Etruria in grey
StatusConstituent State of Etruria
Official languagesItalian
Ethnic groups
77.39% Slovene
18.16% Marolevs
3.00% Croat
1.10% Vespasian
0.35% other
90% Poveglian Catholic
9% Orthodox
1% Other
Demonym(s)Carinthian or Etrurian
GovernmentConstituent State
• First Minister
Janez Hribar (MT)
• President of the Senate
Marijan Pušnik (MT)
• Constitution of Etruria adopted
January 1 1921
• Constituent State status
January 6 1921
• Water (%)
• 2017 estimate
• 2014 census
very high
CurrencyEtrurian florin ()
Driving sideleft

Carinthia or officially known as the State of Novalia (Carinthian: Stanje Koroškem; Vespasian: Stato della Carinzia) (also known as the Carinthia CS) is one of three Constituent States of Etruria located in the western region of the federation. It covers XX square kilometers (XX sq mi) and has a population of 6.003 million. Its capital and largest city is Praproče. It is the third largest constituent state in both area and population. It shares state borders with Novalia to the south and Vespasia to the east, international borders with Gaullica and X in the north and X in the west.

Carinthia is mostly mountainous with a mainly continental climate, with the exception of the Carinthian south-east, which has a sub-Mediterranean climate, and the north, which has an Alpine climate. Additionally, the Etrurians and Aventines and the Poveglian Plain meet on the territory of Carinthia. The country, marked by a significant biological diversity, is one of the most water-rich in Euclea, with a dense river network, a rich aquifer system, and significant underground watercourses, since 2016 this has been overly exploited to end water-shortages in southern Etruria. Over half of the territory is covered by forest. The human settlement of Carinthia is dispersed and uneven.



Carinthia is situated in southern Euclea and north-western Etruria, touching the Etrurians and the Aventines. Carinthia's highest peak is Črni Vrh (2,864 m or 9,396 ft); the country's average height above sea level is 557 m (1,827 ft). Three major Euclean geographic regions meet in Carinthia: the Etrurians, the Aventines and the Poveglian Plain. The Etrurians including the the Železni Vrhovi massif—dominate Northern Carinthia along its long border with Gaullica and X. While the Aventines' northern tip rises south of Sveti Mihael.

The pre-Aventine landscape of southern Carinthia.

The term "Sovat topography" refers to that of southern Carinthian's Sovat Plateau, a limestone region of underground rivers, gorges, and caves, between southern Carinthia and the Aventines. On the Poveglian plain to the East, Central interior and west toward the X and X borders, the landscape is essentially flat. However, the near majority of Carinthian terrain is hilly or mountainous, with around 45% of the surface 200 m (656 ft) or more above sea level.

The Poveglian Plain splits the Etrurian and Aventine ranges through central Carinthia and is a rich source agricultural products.

Over half of the country (XXX mi) is covered by forests. This makes Carinthia the X most forested country in Euclea. The areas are covered mostly by beech, fir-beech and beech-oak forests and have a relatively high production capacity. Remnants of primeval forests are still to be found, the largest in the Banji Razor area. Grassland covers XX km2 (XXX sq mi) and fields and gardens (XXX km2 or XXX sq mi). There are XXX km2 (XXX sq mi) of orchards and XXX km2 (XX sq mi) of vineyards.

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Saint Mary Cathedral in Praproče is the state's largest Catholic cathedral.