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Second Kingdom of Gotneska

Annað Konungsríki af Gotneska
Dara Ríocht na Gotach
of Gotneska
Coat of arms
Motto: "Sanngirni Guðs sem við trúum"
Fairness of God We Believe
Map of Gotneska
Map of Gotneska
Official languagesGötaish
Recognised national languagesMeallángan
Ethnic groups
Götani 35%
Máellái 33%
Nanuvat 2%
Ruaí 5%
Densëhars 2%
GovernmentConstitutional-Parliamentary Monarchy
• Monarch
Sarah II
• Prime Minister
Askur Karlsson
• Deputy Prime Minister
Olfúr Andersson
• Speaker of the Riksdag
Erik Magnússon
• Cordic Peoples migrate
2500 BC
349,700 km2 (135,000 sq mi)
• 2020 estimate
• Density
56.5/km2 (146.3/sq mi)
Gini (2020)26.8
HDI (2020)0.93
very high
Time zoneUTC+1 (WAT)
• Summer (DST)
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy (AD)
Driving sideright
Calling code+25

The Second Kingdom of Gotneska, commonly known as Gotaland (Götaish: Konungsríki Gotneska, and widely known just as Gotneska), is a sovereign nation and Constitutional-Parliamentary Monarchy in Argis on Eurth. The country shares a border is with Ulfhemir to the west and Aurivizh to the east. Both borders are created by rivers. The country also has about 19.5 million citizens.


The history of Gotneska as a unified kingdom began in the 9th century. However, historic documents describe the geographic area and the people living there, the Götaí and Ruaíaí, as early as 500 CE. These early documents include the writings of ?? and ??. With the Christianization of the Geats circa 660s AD, it is clear that there existed a kingship. Queen Sarah II can trace her lineage back to the Cordic & Namór Ásásadóirmenni kings ?? and ?? from this time, thus making the Monarchy of Gotneska one of the oldest continues bloodlines in Argis. The area now known as Gotneska has a rich prehistory, having been populated by several prehistoric cultures and people for about 10,500 to 8,000 years, since the end of the last ice age. But the first evidence of human presence in Gotneska is much earlier, dating to around 45,000 years ago.


Gotneska is located on the western half of the yeetland peninsula. It is border by Aurivizh to the southeast, and Ulfheimr to the west. Most of the nation is south of the Argic Circle, but a small portion lays north of it, one of the largest settlements lays 10 km North of the city. The nation has serval small islands off its coast. The country lies between latitudes 59 and 70°N, and longitudes 14 and 10°W. The most notable topographical features of the country are the Kendovstrunmahhe Mountains, Aurum Coast. The Gotneskan Kendovstrunmahhes are located mainly within the Járnger Ðr, the highest point is Skaðifjall, at 5,785 m (18,980 ft). And the lowest point would be sea level 0 m. Gotneska also has five major rivers, two of which help create it borders.




Administrative divisions

The bureaucratic administration of Gotneksa is divided into four basic levels. Following the Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS), these levels are: country, region (NUTS-1), province (NUTS-2), and municipality (LAU). Below the national government, there are 4 regions, further divided into 16 provinces and then 42 counties.

Flag Province Capital Largest city Total area Population
Mahoney Sionainn Dunshaughlin
Járnger Ðr Province.png Járnger Ðr Jörðlæk 689,389
Total Gotneska 349,700 km2 (135,000 sq mi) 19,747,689



Big Four of Gotneska
Askur Karlsson
Prime Minister of Gotneska
Erik Magnússon
Speaker of the Riksdag
Olfúr Andersson
Deputy Prime Minister of Gotneska

Politics in Gotneska operate under a framework laid out in the Constitution of Gotneska. First written in 1849, it establishes a sovereign state in the form of a constitutional monarchy, with a representative parliamentary system. The monarch officially retains executive power and presides over the Council of State (privy council). The monarch has full executive power which they can use to a limit some other things they can are such as the formal appointment and dismissal of the Prime Minister and other Government ministers. The Monarch is not answerable for his or her actions, and their person is sacrosanct. Hereditary monarch Queen Sarah II has been head of state since 10 October 2017.

Foreign relations










Religion in Gotneska

  Catholic Church (70%)
  Protestant (15%)
  Vjöldism (7%)
  Neo-Cordic (5%)
  Old Norse (3%)

Religious freedom is constitutionally provided for in Gotneska, and the country's constitution had been secular from 1969 to 1973. Christianity is the predominant religion, and while Gotneska remains a predominantly Catholic country, the percentage of the population who identified as Catholic on the census has fallen sharply from 87.2 percent in the 2011 census to 84.3 percent in the most recent 2019 census. Other results from the 2019 census are: 6.7% Protestant, 5.2% Neopagan, and 4.2% as having no religion.

Gotneska's patron saints are Saint Áine, Saint Palmer, Saint Brendan and Saint Arvid.. Saint Áine & Palmer are the only ones commonly recognised as the patron saint. Saint Áine's Day is celebrated on 18 March in Gotneska and abroad as the Gotneskan national day. Will Saint Palmer's Day is celebrated on 2nd April. Both days have parades and other celebrations.


Music and Art


Most Gotneskan music is related to Cordic or TBD name, and includes folk and pop traditions. Notable Gotneskan music acts include medieval music group Nafoíne Guth, and the Cordic Women. Famous singers from this group include; Gráinne Ó Gallchobhair.


Popular everyday beverages among the Gotneskan’s include tea and coffee. Alcoholic drinks associated with Gotneska include wurld-famous Bronaugh, which is an amber ale/stout that originated in the brewery of Patrick Bronaugh at St. Áine's Gate in Sionainn.


The most popular team sports in Gotneska are Hockey, Football, and finally Rugby. Hockey is by far the more popular but is also the less successful in international competition. Football is second when it comes to international wins only behind Rugby which has been able to keep a pretty consistent ranking in the Top 10.