Dalmasca and Nabradia

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United Kingdom of Dalmasca and Nabradia

Det Forenede Kongerige Dalmasca og Nabradia (Dalmascan)
Dalmasca ja Nabradia Valtakunta (Nabradian)
Flag of Dalmasca and Nabradia
Largest cityNabadia
Official languagesDalmascan
Recognised national languagesPortugese
GovernmentFederal Parliamentary Constitutional Monarchy
• Monarch
Ashelia B'nargin Dalmasca
Balthier van Bunansa
Assembly of the Diet
National State Diet
12 March 1826
15 June 1827
12 November 1834
12 October 1961
2,166,086 km2 (836,330 sq mi)
• Water (%)
• 2015 estimate
GDP (PPP)estimate
• Total
$995 billion
• Per capita
HDI (2015)Increase 0.863
very high
CurrencyDalmascan Dollar (DLD)
Date formatdd/mm/yyyy
Driving sideright
Calling code+132
Internet TLD.dn

The United Kingdom of Dalmasca and Nabradia or commonly known as Dalmasca and Nabradia is a sovereign nation located in North Amerigonna. It neighbors Rubrum and the Peristylium to the west and Vionna-Frankenlisch to the east. It has an overseas colony of the Nordic Islands Federation, which is considered as a self-governing colony.

Dalmasca was one of the first lands to be settled with Eskimo-Inuit tribes migrating there from what is now known as Rubrum. From Zemuria, nordic explorer, Leiv Eriksshon discovered the coasts of Nabradia, becoming the only Zemurian explorer and the first explorer from Europa to reach North Amerigonna. Because of the early Erebonian expeditions, Dalmasca did not become a colony under the Erebonian crown until 1261. However, Erebonian settlements began to disappear during the time of the Black Death. In 1499, Galbadian explorers claimed the region and named it Terra do Dalma. The northern part of the island was later given the name Terra do Nabra following the establishment of the first Galbadian settlement in the region.

Dalma and Nabra were the principle colonies of the Galbadian Empire, sourcing wool, leather, and aquatic resources from here. The seas around Dalma and Nabra were rich in marine resources, especially the Wild Dalmascan Salmon. Over the course of the century, the settlements would later grow into colonies. During the Sandoric Wars, the trade route between Dalmasca and Galbadia were often raided by Aurucolian ships, damaging the trade between the two. In 1820, Galbadia granted the right of self-governance to Dalmasca and Nabradia. Later, independence was granted, when the son of King John Emmanuel II of Galbadia, Prince Rasmus declared the independence of Dalmasca from Galbadia. A short war ensued, with the Galbadians being unable to contain the war. The following year, Galbadia would grant independence to Nabradia with the establishment of the Nabadia Constitution. In 1834, Dalmasca and Nabradia were united following the marriage of Prince Remulos and Princess Clara, in which Remulos would later become the King of both Dalmasca and Nabradia.

Dalmasca and Nabradia would usher in a period of growth, gaining the Nordic Islands Federation during the Lucis-Erebonian Wars of 1850-1858, expanding trade with Great Lucis and Rubrum, and as well as reestablishing trade with the Holy Galbadian Empire. During the First and Second Europan War, Dalmasca would side with the Allies in an attempt to protect its interests and trade routes in Africanna. Dalmasca's role in the war allowed Dalmasca to increase its influence throughout Eordis. It became the leader of the Secondary Allies, along with the Holy Galbadian Empire and Esthar and Balamb. The three nations would sign the ESDAGA Treaty, which increased the volume of trade and removed tariffs among the trade of the three nations. It also cemented a defence treaty between the three.

Dalmasca ranks high in equality and possesses the 11th largest economy. It also ranks high in quality of life, and is marked by high standards of living. Dalmasca also has one of the lowest costs of living in the Amerigonnas. Dalmasca and Nabradia is a member of the Internation Red Cross Association.






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