Grenesia

Commonwealth of Grenesia

Ṗэчпосполита Ґрэнэска (Grenesian)
Zhèchpospolita Grènèska
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Flag
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Coat of arms
Anthem: Rota
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Location of Grenesia (i want to be somewhere there :P)
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Map of Grenesia
CapitalKarlitch
Official languagesGrenesian
Recognised regional languagesIzjrski
Ethnic groups
98% Grenesian
2% others or not stated
Demonym(s)Grenesian
GovernmentDirect democracy
• President
Stefan Bielak
• Prime Minister
Anna Kę̀dzyor
LegislatureNational Assembly
Senate
Zyazd
Area
• Total
420 km2 (160 sq mi)
• Water (%)
honestly idk give me a place on the map first ok
Population
• 2018 estimate
B L A N K
• Density
1/km2 (2.6/sq mi)
GDP (nominal)2017 estimate
• Total
B L A N K
• Per capita
B L A N K
Gini (2018)21.37
low
HDI (2018)Increase 0.836
very high
CurrencyGrenesian plat (GNP (пл))
Time zoneUTC+4
Date formatdd.mm.yyyy
Driving sideright
Calling code+56
ISO 3166 codeGN
Internet TLD.gn; .гн

Grenesia (Grenesian: Ґрэнэзъя, tr. Grènèzya [grɛnɛzja], officially the Commonwealth of Grenesia, is a country located in Marenesia. It is divided into 14 provinces, covering an area of [B L A N K] square kilometres ([B L A N K] sq mi), and has mostly mediterranean or humid continental climate. Grenesia's capital and largest city is Karlitch. Other major cities include Lubogoshch, Gervazno, Shadz’na, S’vętokhvalki, Shrènitsa and Byala Gran’.

Etymology

The origin of the name "Grenesia" derives from the Yasic tribe of Grenesians (Grènèsi), who inhabited the Drva river basin of present-day Drvanski region starting in the mid-6th century. The origin of the name Grenesians itself is disputed, however many historians claim that it derives from the Proto-Yasic word gorěti (to burn).

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Origin

The earliest cases of human activity on Grenesian soil date back to 4th century BCE. Genetic and linguistic analysis show that both modern Grenesians and medieval rulers are related to Proto-Yasic tribes. Their first known settlements were primitive huts walled with wooden palisade, some surrounded by a moat or built on islands. The Yasic peoples on Marenesia dealt not only with hunting and gathering, but also they fished and cultivated land. warring tribes were eventually conquered and dominated by Grènèsi, or 'the tribe of fire' in late 5th century CE, although the first known historical mention of a ruler of Grenesia comes from year 1005, however neither of them mentions his name.

[a cool name] dynasty

In 1285 CE duke Popiel III officially converted to Catholicism under pressures from Salvia in exchange for mutual truce between the Grenesian tribe the Imperium. According to 14th century chronicler Yan Kolbe, [...]the imperator himself supervises promotion of new faith. Many temples were built in Orligrod and houses of local belief are burned, deemed foul and impure. Following the supposed murder of Popiel III in 1289, his was crowned by emperor Devolante Fabrizi and took the name Yarovit I. He attempted to strengthen the new official religion and built not only an archbishopric in Orligrod, but also many parishes, churches, and monasteries.

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