Ganji Islands

Democratic Republic of Ganji Islands

República Democrática das Ilhas Cânhami (Portuguese)
Reçbuwlike Democrati das Ilhe Kwanji (kwiji)
Flag of Ganji Islands
Flag
of Ganji Islands
Coat of arms
Motto: Viver com cânha, família e Deus
Live with ganja, family and God
Anthem: "Szwasa Deus na nozo paiç"
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CapitalMarley
Official languagesPortuguese, Kwiji, English
Recognised national languages-
Bwinu

Minszesi

Zawali

Jeçein

Cevi
Ethnic groups
(2017)
64,7 % Baji

25,2 % White

8,3 % Bwinu

3 % Zakawali

0,8 % Other
Religion
(2017)
44 % Christian

23 % None

19 % Rastafarian

14 % Other (Including Muslim, Jewish and Buddhist)
Demonym(s)ganjian, giji, ganjaman
Government
• President
Eric Kofi Khélowaki
• Vice President
Etienne Brekowantaz
• Prime Minister
Tuakwa Jndzo
LegislatureParliament
Formation
• Independence from
28 May 1744
• Civil War
19 June,1977 - 19 October 1988
• Reunification
2 March 1994
Area
• 
1,556,992 km2 (601,158 sq mi)
Population
• 2017 estimate
17,700,748
• Density
11.3/km2 (29.3/sq mi)
GDP (PPP)estimate
• Total
844,7 billion USD
• Per capita
47,721
Gini8
low
HDI (2017)Increase 0.922
very high
Currencygawresh (ɠ) (GWR)
Time zoneUTC+6 (EIT)
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy
Driving sideright
Calling code+22
Internet TLD.gj
Location of Ganji Islands

Ganji Islands, (also known as Ganji or Kwanji) is a country in Anteria. The country got its independence from Sharkdonia in 1744.

History

125 AD (Foundation of Ganji)

18th century (The Three Tribes)

19th century (The Trebilam crisis)

The Trebilam Crisis caused the mass migration of about 700,000 Ganjians.

20th century (The Civil War)

Ganjian Civil War

21st century

Geography

Ganji is located in southern Anteria.

Ganji is known for its stunning nature, the forests and the beautiful mountains. The highest point in Ganji is the Njembwe Mountain (2,448 m) in South Ganjiland. The main rivers are the Lokombo River and the Jabulani River. Lokombo is the main water source for the mainlanders.

Regions


code
Flag Name Population Capital Capital population
1 Marl Island 7,700,000 Marley
2 South Ganjiland 800,000 Cobewe
3 North Ganjiland 800,000 Portland
4 Johnston 400,000 Çeb
5 Bjawi 200,000 Limeno
6 Akiwa 220,000 Twane Kebwe
7 Swalale 180,000 Deschen
8 Yegrentez Valin 400,000 Raiyed
9 Herbington 3,120,000 Herbington City
10 Nuevo Lokombo 240,000 Berhine
11 Middleton 120,000 North-Amirtown
12 Kewze 160,000 South-Amirtown
13 Jahbi 280,000 Seatown
14 Goarpaz 56,000 Mount Cabela
15 Denver 356,000 Freetown
16 Njab Di Zawal 58,000 Zakadilébe
17 Banton Island 88,000 Buju Town
18 Demaruén Island 48,000 Casedis
19 Banana Island 12,000 Nebiné
20 St. Kap-Vau 400,000 Kap-Vau
21 St. Damién 140,000 Djewe
22 Kjaw 90,000 Kszedszinhebi
23 Cape Eter 960,000 Eter Town
24 Kantena 50,000 Fisher
25 Nevre 25,000 Nevre
26 Boomerang Island 20,000 Rixton
27 Gyu Na 38,000 East Bay
28 Ivelze 120,000 Carlsson
29 Hamilton 200,000 Fort Rajat
30 Bwinuéngde 6,400 Zwinak

Culture

Music

Music is very popular in Ganji Islands. Cabonde Bay Music Festival is one of the most important events in there. It has been held since 1969.

Sports

Football is the most popular sport in Ganji Islands. Ganji has a professional men's national football team. They also have a professional football league, Ganji Football League.

Society

Demographics

Population in Ganji
Year Population
1700 2,195,346
1800 5,065,034
1900 9,217,328
1980 13,980,232
1990 12,445,521
2007 16,259,401
2017 17,700,748