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Himaya of Yuropa

Yuropa Apapoba
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Coat of arms
Map of Yuropa
Location of Yuropa
CapitalCentridge City
• Emperor
Federal constitutional monarchy
Date formatdd/mm/yyyy
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Internet TLD.yu

Yuropa, officially the Himaya of Yuropa, natively known as Yuropa Apapoba, is a nation in the west of Europa on Eurth. It rose through the outstanding administrative and organisational skills of the Yuropa people. The Europa Empire was the most politically important state in the region from the early 4th Century to the late 9th Century, holding power not only over most of the other kingdoms in Yuropaland, but also over nearby nations.


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Located in Northern Azania, this region has been Yuropa's backyard throughout history. The first states were formed around the broad and fertile Drift Valley, enclosed by great mountains. It was inhabited by a band of primitive people, who were distant relatives to the Wajokans. There was an advanced agricultural system. The Drift Valley is considered to be the birthplace of humanity. The capital is Centridge City.

Yuropa has only recently been given the independence they desire. However, most of these countries have just replaced one imperial oppressor with a national one.[1]


Copper head from Awonabule.
Ground plan of the “Old Church” in Tarshish, founded in the mid-5th century.
  • Classical period — The most influential sources for the history of the area are the various Aroman travellers and historians who passed through Yuropa during the Classical period. Their accounts were often problematic, since many of these writers were biased against their non-Christian neighbours.
  • 400s — By the end of the 5th century, it had converted to Christianity.
  • 600s — In the 7th century, Yuropa was partially conquered by the Salamid armies.
  • 1800s — The Emperor frequently demanded tribute in slaves. The tributary chiefs sometimes made war on other peoples to capture slaves for this purpose. Yuropa was known to punish disobedience by the wholesale slaughter of the sinning community.
  • 1900s — Azanian Wars were a collection of increasingly vicious and expensive wars between the Himayas of Yuropa and Norrium across central Azania in the mid 1900s. This led to the eventual collapse of much of the old Azanian power bases in favour of newer powers.

Pretty much the exact same. However, the use of a modified version of Hadza and the expansion of their history into modern day through the rise of the Yuropa Himaya in the early modern period, and it's dissolution in the mid 1900s. Yuropa would also be well known for selling entire villages of people from their tributaries in Mandenica and Namica to aspiring colonies in the New Wurld.[1]


National Parliament of Yuropa.

The key to Yuropa politics is a strong military and centralized government. The Yuropa Empire developed a highly sophisticated political structure to govern its subnational states. The influence of an aggressive Yuropa culture is exemplified in the standards placed on the Emperor and the roles of his council. While the Emperor is the supreme authority, he is not without checks on his power.


The population is concentrated in metropolitan Centridge City. With imperial expansion, Yuropa is divided into regions to better manage its vast holdings within and outside Yuropaland. It is divided into four states, defined by relation to the core of the empire. These states are Centridge City, southern Yuropaland, the Drift Valley, and Awonabule.

  • Centridge City — Centridge City is the hub of the empire, divided into six provinces, with three on the west side of the Irin River (IJzer) and three to the river's east. Each province is supervised by a governor appointed directly by the Emperor of Yuropa.
  • Yuropaland — The second state of the empire is composed of the towns south of Centridge City. Its inhabitants speak a different dialect from that of the capital. These originally tributary provinces are led by their own rulers, called Arabinrin, who is confirmed by the Emperor of Yuropa.
  • Drift Valley — The empire's third state is the Drift Valley, southeast of Yuropaland. This area is inhabited by the Eeyan (Aalst) and Awonkeferi (Gent) who guarantee trade with Memopotamia. The Eeyan and Awonkeferi tributaries are allowed to rule their own provinces.
  • Awonabule — Awonabule is the fourth state of the empire. It is the furthest from the capital and most resistant to centralisation. Awonabule is kept in line with threats of evening curfews. This territory extends along the Gàn River (Schelde) in the east into the highland territories. Like all states, it is allowed a fair degree of autonomy as long as taxes are paid, the imperial orders are strictly followed, and access to local markets is guaranteed.


One version of the Yuropan creation myth explains that long, long ago, when the Eurth was new, the great river goddess Yuropa sent her daughter Arabambi to marry a handsome Eurth chief in the Land of Shinar. At first, Arabambi was happy, but soon she started to long for the cool shadows of her motherland. So her husband asked Crocodile and Hippopotamus to bring Arabambi a sackful of Night. As they carried it back, the animals heard strange noises coming from the sack, and curiosity finally got the better of them.


The Yuropans are a very expressive people who celebrate their cultural events with colourful festivals and celebrations.



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