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New Cardiff

New Cardiff
Federated State of New Cardiff
Flag of New Cardiff
Official seal of New Cardiff
La fe nos da fuerza
(English: Faith grants us strength)
Map of Philimania with New Cardiff highlighted
Map of Philimania with New Cardiff highlighted
Before statehoodState of New Cardiff
Admitted to the Republic1621 (1st)
Capital (and
largest city)
Largest metroPhorktown
 • GovernorLewis Espejo
 • Lieutenant GovernorJustin Northam
LegislatureGeneral Assembly
• Upper houseCouncil of New Cardiff
• Lower houseHouse of Delegates
JudiciarySupreme Court of New Cardiff
Philimanian LegislatorSam Howel (D)
Nettie Rosas (D)
Chandni Stevenson (L)
Tyla Jefferson (L)
Joseff Grainger (P)
Manveer Ramsay (P)
Rian Horne (W)
Awais Finch (W)
Arvin Rogers (L)
Philimanian House delegation3 Liberals
1 Democrat
1 People's
 • Total22,472 km2 (8,676.5 sq mi)
Area rank2nd
 • Length158 km (98.2 mi)
 • Width169 km (105 mi)
97.5 m (320 ft)
Highest elevation811 m (2,661 ft)
Lowest elevation0 m (0 ft)
 • Total2,434,762
 • Rank2nd
 • Density110/km2 (280/sq mi)
 • Density rank2nd
 • Median household income
 • Income rank
Demonym(s)New Cardiffian
 • Official languageEnglish
 • Spoken language45% English
40% Spanish
10% Maori
5% Others
Time zone(GMT-6)
ISO 3166 codePH-NC
Traditional abbreviationNc.

New Cardiff (/njuː kɑːdɪf/ (Speaker Icon.svg listen)), Offically the Federated State of New Cardiff, is a province in Philimania. The Province is bordered by North Philimania in the North, Dioran in the West, and the Pacific Ocean in the east and south. The capital of New Cardiff is Phorktown which is also the largest. The Federated State's population as of 2021 is 2,396,115 with 73.6% of them living in Phorktown.

The area's history begins with several Polynesian tribes. In 1603, British and Spanish pilgrims settled on what is now the south coast of the province, and established the State of New Cardiff along with the city of Phrakingdale. In 1621, New Cardiff and the other states united forming the Republic of Philimania.

New Cardiff's state legislature is the New Cardiff General Assembly, which was established in July 1609, making it the oldest current law-making body in the Americas. It is made up of a 30-member Council of New Cardiff and a 50-member New Cardiff House of Delegates. The state government is unique in how it treats cities and counties equally, manages local roads, and prohibits governors from serving consecutive terms. Virginia's economy has many sectors: agriculture in Whitworth; and high tech and federal agencies, including the headquarters of the Philimanian Ministry of Transpotation.


Original Inhabitants

New Cardiff was settled between the 3rd and 2nd millennia BCE, most likely from New Zealand and Polynesia. They were believed to settle around Phraking and Nucron River, and around the Rale Bay.


Governor John Meyers was the leader of New Cardiff from 1604 to his demise in 1636.

In 1603, pilgrims settled down on the south coast of New Cardiff, founding the settlement of Phrakingdale and forming the State of New Cardiff.

1604, Governer John Meyers was appointed as the leader of New Cardiff, after his death in 1636, a county was named in his honor.


In 1621, New Cardiff founded the Republic of Philimania and gradually the island was united. John Meyers then appointed Harry Liam as the governer of Philimania.

The city of Phorktown was founded in 1632 by Jacob Phork and it quickly became one of the most important cities in the world. The city was eventually made capital of Philimania in 1680.

Lensaw was the first settlement to be opened for trade with foriegn powers in 1653 such as Spain, Britain and France. By 1684, all settlements in New Cardiff were open for trade.

During the Long Kingdomian Revolution in 1769 New Cardiff was the site of several naval landings. in late February in the same year the Battle of Phorktown Hill took place in Phorktown and was one of the most bloodiest battle in history.

Modern Day

A huge influx of immigrants from 1940-1980 came to Philimania to find work, some of whom came to New Cardiff, leading Philimania to become one of the most culturally diverse nation.


New Cardiff has an area of 22,472 km2 (8,676.5 sq mi). Making it the 2nd biggest province in Philimania. New Cardiff is bordered by North Philimania to the north, by the Pacific Ocean to the south and east, and by Dioran to the west. The highest point in the province is Mt. Meuce, 811 m (2,661 ft) high.


New Cardiff experiences a humid tropical climate with generally cool temperatures and plentiful rainfall all year round. The climate in the Dioran Mountain is temperate and relatively dry,


The Wee-Wee Fish, one of 30 fish species recorded in New Cardiff, has an estimated population of 2 million. Native carnivorans include the Dacon Jaguar, who have a population of around seven thousand in the province, as well as bobcats, coyotes, both gray and red foxes, raccoons, and skunks. Rodents include groundhogs, weasels, nutria, beavers, both gray squirrels and fox squirrels, chipmunks, and Allegheny woodrats. Whales, dolphins, and porpoises have also been recorded in Philimania's coastal waters.


Map of the Counties of New Cardiff

New Cardiff is made up of 10 counties. Kathleen, Calhoun, Dunlop, Stefan, Broughton, Meyers, Peralta, Whitworth, Drummond, and Chamacho.

Cities and Towns

New Cardiff is has 12 cities and towns. About 89% of the New Cardiff population lives in urban and metropolitan areas. The capital of New Cardiff is Phorktown, Which has a population of 1,765,200 people.


Religion in New Cardiff (2021)

  Protestant (50%)
  Catholic (36%)
  Unaffiliated (10%)
  Jews (2.1%)
  Other faith (1.9%)

New Cardiff is the 2nd most populated province with an estimated population of over 2 million. The Median household income of New Cardiff is P$52,323, and it is ranked 3rd in Philimania. About 60% of residents were born outside Philimania as of 2020. The most common of them are from Peru, China, Mexico, Namibia, Poland, Ecuador, Ireland, India, Russia, and Trinidad and Tobago.


The majority of New Cardiff's population are Christian. 50% identify as Protestant, with 36% identifying as Catholics. The nonreligious account for 10% of the population, while Jews make up 2.1%. All other faiths collectively make up 1.9% of the population. Discrimination based on religion is illegal under the Philimanian Constitution.


Language in New Cardiff (2021)

  English (45%)
  Spanish (40%)
  Maori (10%)
  Chinese (including Mandarin) (3%)
  Tagalog (2%)

As of 2019, 45% of New Cardiffian residents age five and older spoke English at home as a first language, with 35% of them having Spanish as a second language; 40% of the population spoke Spanish; 10% Maori; 3% Chinese (including Mandarin); and 2% Tagalog.





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