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Sovereign Duchy of Tárrases
Ducado Soberano de Tárrases
Wekkadegottessy Atarrasetak
ዑዔቃጤጎጼስ ዓታራሤታክ
Bandera Tarrasense
FlagCoat of arms
"Pues, se lo hizo"
"Well, it was done"
CapitalNuevo Tárrases
Official languagesCastellanese
 • National languagesCastellanese, Mahhalian, Ingerish
DemonymTarrasean (Tarrasenese)
GovernmentConstitutional Monarchy
 • DuchessCleopatra II (House of Carapreta)
 • PremierDimitrio Angelopoulos
LegislatureGeneral Assembly (Asamblea general)
 • Total246.6 km2
95.2 sq mi
 • Estimate (2014)390,100
 • Census (2009)403,555
 • Density1581.9/km2
4097.7/sq mi
 • Total$10,587 million
 • Per capita$27,140
HDIDecrease 0.770
CurrencyTarrasean Dinar DT$ (DTD)
Drives on theleft
Internet TLD.dt

Tárrases, officially "The Sovereign Duchy of Tárrases" (Castellanese El Ducado Soberano de Tárrases, Mahhalian Wekkadegottessy Atarrasetak/ዑዔቃጤጎጼስ ዓታራሤታክ, Hellenese ταρράσεδες) is a very small island country that is a self-governing protectorate of the Mahhalian Alliance. It is located within the Ziy (ዟ) Archipelago off the north shore of the Mahhalian island of Puh. Its land area is 246.6 sq km, and its population (2014 estimate) is 390,100.

Historically, the Tarrasean economy was mostly focused on trade and arbitrage relative to the "closed" economy of its single, much larger neighbor, Mahhal. This was because of the island's unique status as a former Castellanese colony, which was culturally un-Mahhalian, that was nevertheless in a feudal relationship to one of the Mahhalian Monarchs. Thus it occupied positions both "inside" and "outside" of the Alliance. Now that Mahhal itself has "opened up" to the world, however, Tárrases has had to find other opportunities. Increasingly, the tiny nation has focused on international banking, tourism and cultural production as keys to continued prosperity. Recent decades have seen a decline in living standards as the Duchy struggled to adapt to its new political circumstances, and there has been a steadily growing movement for "reunification" with the Mahhalian mainland among some citizens. The main contravening issue is religious freedom, which is notably lacking within the Alliance, and would be a serious problem for the Messianists, Gautamists and Sunnians of Tárrases, who collectively outnumber those of the Mahhalian Derakassy faith within the duchy, and many of whom are descended from religious refugees from Mahhal. This is because each of those religions is proscribed to some degree within the Alliance.

The Mahhalians, too, have on occasion attempted to abrogate aspects of the free-association treaty that exists between the Duchy and the Alliance, and some nationalist groups in the Alliance periodically press for a resolution of what they call the "Tárrases Question." In each instance, however, the Purian Monarch (one of the seven monarchs who collectively rule the Mahhalian Alliance), in their titular role as feudal overlord to the Duchess of Tárrases, has taken their title of "Protector of Tárrases" seriously and has served as guarantor of the Duchy's continued self-governing status. Further, the presiding Duchess has herself proven adept at international politics, winning seats for the Duchy within international bodies such as the Assembly of Nations (making it a de facto equal of Mahhal despite its persisting de jure feudal relationship), and recently the Duchy signed a free-trade agreement with the Ardispheric Federation, drawing on their shared history as culturally diverse, liberal, Castallenese-speaking former colonies.


The origin of the name of the country is not known. The earliest documentary evidence of a town or village on the island by the name of "Tarraset" dates from 642 AD, in a census of territories controlled by a Monarch at Mwrmi (to the southeast). Under the name Patwy (related to modern pacwi, "skunk") the island is actually mentioned in the oldest of Mahhalian epics, the deeds of Hhenkiwlur-dw, composed in about 100 BCE, but at some point as the village called Tarraset became the dominant village on the island, the entire island came to be commonly called Tarraset.

The Castellanese, uncomfortable with the word-final "-t", altered the pronunciation to a word-final "-s" which remains the modern name. In Mahhalian the island is still called Tarraset (or Tarrasetak with the placename suffix).

Historical linguists experts in the Mahhalian language have generally held that the name itself is probably not Mahhalian in origin but represents some subsumed linguistic group who had been the previous inhabitants of the region. One discredited folk etymology found in some premodern writings linked the name to the Mahhalian word tattak (a shortened form of tattakassonil "Mahhalian puma, lion") with an archaic genitive -aset, which could give tattakaset -> tarraset, given the dialectical alteration of -tt- to -rr- and a "lazy" elision of the medial -k-.

Physical Geography

Tárrases consists of a main island about 30 km long north to south, and 10 km broad east to west, along with several nearby outlying islands, all situated central to the Ziy Archipelago off north coast of the Mahhalian island of Puh, in the far northwest of the Mahhalian Archipelago.

The main island is fairly mountainous, ranging in elevation from 300 to 700 m, with the highest peak being La Chimenea at 755m. There are two main ridgelines of mountains running parallel, east to west, separated by a broad valley that varies between 2 and 5 km wide where the majority of the population is concentrated, especially in the excellent natural seaport at the western end of the island.

There are several other natural port areas, and a mostly artificial port created with a 1.4 km breakwater on the east central coast of the island at the Mahhalian Naval Base at Arykkiyra.

Administrative Geography

Tárrases is divided into 35 districts (distritos), also popularly called "pueblo" (meaning "town"). These are the highest-level political subdivisions of the country, and since most aspects are highly centralized, the government role of the districts is quite limited. Their main role is as electoral ridings for the "senators" who sit in the General Assembly, and for the subdivision of some service agencies, like education or community health. But they have strong representation in the popular culture, and Tarraseans generally speak of them as if they were separate towns or cities. Under the 35 districts are 340 formally organized neighborhoods (barrios), used for census, addressing, public services and for grouping into parliamentary ridings.

See also: Adminstrative Divisions of Tárrases


Like the rest of the Mahhalian Archipelago, Tárreses has a cool-to-cold maritime climate, but despite the high latitude, the surrounding sea remains ice-free year-round, due to the strong warm current that thrusts down from the tropics along Antarephia's east coast. The Ziy Archipelago, where Tárreses is situated, is the warmest region in the archipelago, due its lower latitude and this current.

Nevertheless, snow is common and winters are long, with monthly average temperatures at or below freezing from May until October. Summer temperatures rarely exceed 20 degrees Celsius even on sunny days, and sunny days are not that common - more typically a midsummer December or January day is overcast and 15 degrees, with light drizzle. The grey light of summer lasts a very long time, however, since because of the latitude this is a land of midnight sun.


See also: History of Tárrases


Head of State (Duque/Duquesa)

The current head of state is the Duchess Cleopatra II, of the Carapreta dynasty which was founded by the pirate-turned-landowner, Omar Carapreta, when the colony's original masters, the Castellanese, abandoned the outpost (due to an inability to fend off increasing attacks of piracy) over 200 years ago. Since 1920, the government has had a unicameral General Assembly elected by universal sufferage, and the winning party or coalition chooses a premier, who serves until the Duchess dissolves the government, at which point new elections are called.

Unlike many constitutional monarchies, the Tarrasean head-of-state participates actively in politics, advocating for her party (The Partido Soberano, the so called "Negros" ["Blacks"]). Because of her charisma (and that of her predecessors, notably her father José III and her namesake, Cleopatra I), that party has had a "lock" on the Duchy's political culture since the end of absolute rule with the adoption of the 1920 Basic Law. Therefore, most political battles are fought, and decisions are made, at the level of party congresses and conventions.

General Assembly (Asamblea general)

Although technically speaking, the country has a unicameral legislature, in fact there are three classes of representatives among the 99 members of the General Assembly, who have slightly different privileges as granted by the Basic Law:

  • Senators (senadores, formally concejales de distrito): 1 member from each of the 35 Districts, regardless of population, elected in a first-past-the-post system; they may not be members of the council of ministers but they have the power to sit as a constitutional court, including the power to propose amendments to the Basic Law.
  • Riding Councillors (concejales de circunscripción): 1 member from each of 44 ridings allocated by population, elected in a first-past-the-post system; they are the only members that may originate legislation (except amendments to the Basic Law).
  • At-Large Councillors (concejales de bloque): 20 members allocated from party lists based on party proportions of the vote in all the ridings; historically the premier and ministers have always been in this group, although it is not a requirement - this has helped ensure continuity of government since they are not in danger of losing their seat.

According to the Basic Law, the Premier (premier, also presidente de concejo) is typically the party leader of the party with the plurality in the General Assembly. This is not a requirement, however - at a few points in history, generally during transitions, the posts of party leader and premier have been different individuals, although with the same party membership. The premier is the head of government.

The Council of Ministers (concejo de ministros) is the governing cabinet. There are 6 full ministers below the premier. They are ranked, in the event of the need for succession (i.e. the death of a premier), in the following order: Minister of Autonomy (a euphemism for foreign relations), Minister of Finance, Minister of Public Administration, Minister of Security, Minister of Social Services, and Minister of Judiciary. The head of state (Duke or Duchess) also attends the Council of Ministers and may propose items for meeting agenda and may vote in chamber, but not in the General Assembly.

The head of state has the sole power to dissolve the General Assembly and call elections, although this is typically done in consultation with the Council of Ministers.

Political Parties

  Partido Soberano Tarrasense (PST): 67 seats
  Partido Revolucionario Tradicional (PRT): 15 seats
  Partido Independentista Radical (PIR): 10 seats
  Partido Obrero Social (POS): 7 seats
There quite a few political parties, but only 4 currently hold seats in the General Assembly. The main party, PST, is much more dominant than the others, and historically has always controlled the government since the institution of the Basic Law.
Official Name Common Nickname Color Seats in Asamblea (total 99) Current Leader Ideology and Platform
Partido Soberano Tarrasense (PST) "Los negros" Black 67 Dimitrio Angelopoulos strongly libertarian, but with some syndicalist stances, and standing for the status quo with relation to Mahhal
Partido Revolucionario Tradicional (PRT) "Los unes" (from "unionista") Green 15 Momegommesoret vaguely right-wing, favors "union" with Mahhal (i.e. ending the special protectorate status)
Partido Independentista Radical (PIR) "Los indes" White 10 Cosmo Starr extreme right-wing / populist, pushing for full independence "at any cost"
Partido Obrero Social (POS) "Los obes" Red 7 Matilda Beineix Perón leftist but supporting the status quo with relation to Mahhal

Head of Government

The current premier is Dimitrio Angelopoulos.

See also: Premier of Tárrases

Diplomacy and International Relations

Diplomatic relations between Tárrases and other countries in the world are complicated, because of the Tarrasean Duchy's unique feudal protectorate status in relation to Mahhal. Although de facto independent, the Duchy does not maintain formal diplomatic relations with any country, at the ambassadorial level.

Nevertheless, the country is remarkably active internationally. Large numbers of countries maintain "consulates" or "diplomatic missions" in the Duchy, and the Duchy likewise sends "nonspecific diplomatic representatives" (consuls in all but name) to other countries, where they perform most of the functions of normal ambassadors but without the formal recognition as such. In countries where relations are also established with Mahhal, these representatives are often attached to the Mahhalian embassy as a "special interests section," however, for the many countries that do not have diplomatic relations with Mahhal, these representatives simply work out acceptable arrangements on a case-by-case basis with each country.

See also: Diplomatic relations of Tárrases


Tárrases has a 12-year public school system and the duchy guarantees free education to its residents. Public instruction is in the Castellanese language, with Ingerish and Mahhalian being required as well. There are also several religiously-affiliated private schools, and a single large and internationally well-known university, the Universidad San Basílides (USB). Despite its name, the university is not religiously affiliated (its name derives from the neighborhood where it is located), and although it is a private institution, it functions as the de facto national university for the city-state. The Tarrasean government does not directly fund the university, but it deeply subsidizes tuition on a merit basis for both local and international students, thus ensuring that the institution is attractive and preventing "brain drain." In fact, despite its remote location on the world stage, the USB is a considered a world-class university, and is frequently considered one of the Duchy's main economic assets. It has become especially attractive to Mahhalian students seeking an "international" education close to home, and is sometimes included among listings of "elite" universities within the Alliance. Further, as Mahhal has opened up culturally and economically in recent decades, foreign students from around the world have been drawn to USB as a way to get exposure to Mahhalian culture while avoiding the sometimes xenophobic cultural atmosphere inherent in studying within Mahhal proper.

See also: Education in Tárrases


The modern economy of the city-state is focused primarily on financial services and "offshore banking." Tarrasean law is deliberately structured to grant maximal opacity to finance and banking sectors, and is thus popular with both individuals and corporations from other countries seeking to minimize taxes and other regulatory obligations. The country has faced grave criticisms from the international community, but it has always hewn to a careful line between legality and illegality, and avoided sanctions. Nevertheless, in many countries the term "Tarrasean Account" is synonymous with "tax haven."

Other industries include gambling and re-export, as well as some success in providing a kind of unregulated, uncensored offshore entertainment industry to neighboring Mahhal, including recreational drugs, prostitution and pornography, all of which are essentially unregulated in Tárrases while being strictly controlled in the larger neighbor's economy. Tarrasean commentator and journalist Telémaco Sandoval has said that "Tárrases makes money by outsourcing Mahhal's id." Famously, the current Duchess Cleopatra II once described her country, during a television interview, as "nuestra Babilonia antártida" ("our antarctic Babylon"), with evident pride.

See also: Business in Tárrases

Language and People

Castellanese Speakers Mahhalian Speakers Hellenese Speakers
58.1% 22.9% 9.0%
Aŭstro Speakers Ingerish Speakers Other
3.7% 1.3% 5.0%


Tárrases has long emphasized a concept of "freedom of religion," in marked contrast to Mahhal. It thus has always been a place for Mahhalian religious dissenters, and through the 20th century it evolved into a globally-known center for religious tolerance, thus attracting various religiously persecuted minorities not just from Mahhal but from many countries around the world.

Although taken together, Derakassy and Ortholicism make up the majority of religious affiliations in the country and could be regarded as the most important, Sunism is considered quite important too since it is the traditional affiliation of the ruling family, and the old mosque (Mezquita Vieja) in downtown Viejo Tárrases is an important cultural landmark and touchstone.

Religious Affiliation
Derakassy Ortholic "None" Cathodox
30.8% 24.2% 19.7% 6.3%
Sunic Gautamic Reformian Other
5.0% 2.0% 1.9% 10.1%

Indices of Religious Buildings

Derakassy Mazara (templos deracasianos)

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Location Name Map

Viejo Tárrases Hhomazara Tarraset (node 40233692)
Viejo Tárrases Mazara Gwbinit (node 40919499)
Alces Mazara Bumyburessep (node 42948954)
Escondite de Piratas Mazara Nukkadokkahat (node 43672207)
Laguna Piceas Mazara Zook (node 43680029)
El Estoque Mazara Wabyggijik (node 43749167)
El Estoque Mazara Illare (node 43811621)
Los Ecos Mazara Borammanadek (node 43849366)
Islita Polillas Mazara Memengwa (node 43867807)
La Tormentosa Mazara Nicciwat (node 43870098)
Pahhanagoripet Mazara Pahhanagoripet (node 44111719)
Boritake Pesyton Mazara Boritake (node 44179178)
Las Batallas Mazara Migadwin (node 44179179)
Las Nieves Mazara Ajaxykkwdw (node 44296950)
Las Nieves Mazara Neiaxy (node 44303855)
Las Nieves Mazara Soapacwi (node 44305556)
Cefalóforos Mazara Ogin (node 44318539)
Parque Podredumbre Mazara Tyroda (node 44375894)
Parque Podredumbre Mazara Kkan (node 44379101)
Alces Mazara Assakkamik (node 44384181)
Viejo Tárrases Mazara Maridop (node 44392163)
Las Oruguitas Mazara Hharbylla (node 44872159)
Las Oruguitas Mazara Kkoman (node 44872164)
Las Oruguitas Mazara Soa Bolledessy (node 44872169)
La Tormentosa Mazara Emikkwan (node 44875343)
San Caspio Mazara Andekky (node 44891605)
San Caspio Mazara Babaiy (node 44891606)
Gran Plaza Country Club Mazara Bikkw (node 44939848)
Arykkiyra Mazara Arykkiyra (node 45121511)
Torreblanca Mazara Araiavvigas (node 45168730)
Jardín Mazara Jjibiy (node 45210509)
Puerto Mazara Jwneia (node 45226011)
San Basílides Mazara Anybiwn (node 45280621)
Viejo Tárrases Mazara Gokkoxa (node 45322741)
Nuevo Tárrases Mazara Ixekkodew (node 45330542)
Viejo Tárrases Mazara Takwt (node 45420026)
Lar Mazara Deh (node 45652863)
Puerto Mazara Llappen (node 45704760)
Submarino Mazara Lollawssy (node 45710740)
Viejo Tárrases Mazara Ttomymor (node 45810708)
Mirador Mazara Hholakw (node 45814375)
Espadas y Cascos Mazara Horra (node 45814376)
Terrazas Mazara Kkapan (node 45814377)
Nuevo Tárrases Mazara Ahhan (node 45893977)
Nuevo Tárrases Mazara Nagan (node 45915544)
Gran Plaza Country Club Mazara Bymikkana (node 46507411)
Gran Plaza Country Club Mazara Nwdyn (node 46534328)
Jardín Mazara Viassy (node 47425089)
Arykkiyra Mazara Ajegaddiy (node 47502189)
Arykkiyra Mazara Nagymon (node 47502190)
Autódromo Mazara Mixedamykkanak (node 47579489)
Las Nieves Mazara Sisswninyhhy (node 47674712)
Mirador Mazara Ixykkot (node 48631342)

Ortholic Churches (iglesias ortólicas)

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Viejo Tárrases Capilla de San Uriel (node 40881998)
San Basílides Catedral de San Basílides (node 40881999)
Viejo Tárrases Iglesia Santa Jimena (node 42810406)
San Ajitófel (Tárrases District) Iglesia San Ajitófel (node 42950599)
Cefalóforos Iglesia San Afrodisio (node 43020983)
Escondite de Piratas Iglesia Santa Julieta (node 43672206)
Escondite de Piratas Iglesia San Tártaro (node 43674950)
El Estoque Iglesia Santa Trinidad (node 43749166)
Lar Iglesia San Gonzalo (node 43809284)
Los Ecos Iglesia Santa Faramunda (node 43849363)
Islita Polillas Iglesia San Dagoberto (node 43867804)
La Tormentosa Iglesia San Blas (node 43870096)
Faraón Iglesia San Luciano (node 44046840)
Pahhanagoripet Iglesia San Telémaco (node 44111717)
Las Batallas Iglesia Santa Claudia (node 44123872)
Torre de Dolores Iglesia Santa Filomena (node 44183497)
Espadas y Cascos Iglesia San Carlos (node 44254450)
Las Nieves Iglesia San David (node 44296948)
Las Nieves Iglesia San Diómedes (node 44303854)
Las Nieves Iglesia Santa Marguerita (node 44305555)
Torre de Dolores Iglesia San Bartolomeo (node 44316651)
Parque Podredumbre Capilla de San Epifanio (node 44375889)
Parque Podredumbre Iglesia San Diógenes (node 44375891)
Alces Iglesia San Roberto (node 44382589)
Viejo Tárrases Iglesia San Zeno (node 44392161)
Las Oruguitas Iglesia Santa Emanuela (node 44872157)
Arykkiyra Iglesia San Andrés (node 45124158)
Torreblanca Iglesia Santa Penélope (node 45168726)
Jardín Capilla Ortólica de Santa Rosa (node 45210507)
Puerto Iglesia Santa Emanuela (node 45224132)
Puerto Iglesia San Clemente (node 45228376)
Sofía Iglesia San Jorge (node 45233568)
Viejo Tárrases Iglesia Santa Camila (node 45276563)
Viejo Tárrases Capilla Santa Trifina (node 45416473)
Viejo Tárrases Iglesia Santa Ifigenia (node 45480090)
Submarino Iglesia San Teobaldo (node 45535232)
Los Ecos Capilla de los Redentores (node 45669404)
Viejo Tárrases Capilla de San Baldomiro el Verdugo (node 45852712)
Nuevo Tárrases Iglesia Santa Sinforosa (node 45915543)
Cabo Gordo Iglesia San Raúl (node 45958539)
Terrazas Iglesia Santa Inés (node 45964016)
Sofía Basílica de San Maomé Hwnissy (node 46011641)
Sofía Capilla Ortólica de San Dagoberto (node 46011643)
Gran Plaza Country Club Iglesia Santa Glodesindis del Alba (node 46520192)
Jardín Iglesia San Fedro (node 46878781)
Jardín Iglesia Santa Cálice (node 46903876)
Jardín Iglesia San Sancho (node 47425086)
Mirador Iglesia San Cornelio (node 47499798)
Autódromo Iglesia San Simias (node 47579488)
Las Batallas Iglesia Santa Silvana (node 47674711)
Las Batallas Iglesia Santa Dánae (node 47732848)
Torre de Dolores Capilla de Santa Salomé (node 47755789)
Laguna Piceas Iglesia San Poncio (node 48020306)
Laguna Piceas Iglesia San Alosio (node 48371582)
Terrazas Iglesia Santa Bertila (node 48631340)
Gran Plaza Country Club Capilla de Santa Rosa (node 49062924)


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Denomination Location Name Map

Súnica Viejo Tárrases Mezquita Vieja de Tárrases (node 40882003)
Chogué Puerto Templo Gautámico Más Sureño del Mundo (node 40883725)
Metólica Parque Podredumbre Iglesia Adoración (node 44375890)
Catodoxa Sofía Iglesia Santa Sofía (node 44421934)
Súnica; Mengzho Gran Plaza Country Club Mezquita Mayor de Tárrases (node 44511193)
Perecostal Puerto Iglesia Perecostal del Puerto (node 45228375)
Perecostal Nuevo Tárrases Iglesia Palabra Buena (node 45893972)
Metólica Sofía Iglesia de Adoración (node 46261961)
Buica Juegos Casa Bua de Tárrases (node 46381987)
Neochamánica Nuevo Tárrases Templo del Fuego Eterno (node 46422523)
Perecostal Gran Plaza Country Club Iglesia Perecostal del Heptágono (node 46509022)
Neochamánica Gran Plaza Country Club Templo del Árbol Langosteado (node 46509033)
Chogué Autódromo Templo Desterrado (node 46564818)
Crística San Basílides Tabernáculo San Quesguibin (node 47160590)
Perecostal Jardín Iglesia Profecía (node 47427903)
Neochamánica Juegos Templo del Craquen (node 47442250)
Neochamánica San Basílides Templo Solar (node 47528574)
Chogué Autódromo Templo de Tocones (node 47579494)
Metólica Boritake Pesyton Iglesia Mesiánica (node 47674710)
Neochamánica Faraón Templo de los Esquéletos Danzantes (node 47755806)
Neochamánica San Ajitófel Templo del Gran Canasto (node 47765624)
Neochamánica Islita Polillas Templo Peludo (node 47770149)
Perecostal Torre de Dolores Iglesia Del Tercer Día (node 47784163)
Súnica La Tormentosa Mezquita Ojo de Alá (node 47786886)
Súnica Parque Podredumbre Mezquita del Refugio (node 47789122)
Neochamánica Pahhanagoripet Templo del Ramal Corto (node 47789128)
Metólica Boritake Pesyton Iglesia Los Santos (node 47807385)
Súnica; Mengzho Boritake Pesyton Mezquita de Paz (node 47812148)
Perecostal Terrazas Iglesia de Dios de Timbre (node 47933933)
Súnica Cabo Gordo Mezquita Cabo Gordo (node 47933934)
Súnica Cabo Gordo Mezquita del Mar (node 47933935)
Júdica Cabo Gordo Sinagoga Nueva Sérvila (node 47933941)
Crística Nuevo Tárrases Iglesia de Himnos (node 47941195)
Mupabupánica Nuevo Tárrases Templo Mupabupa (node 47941198)
Chogué Nuevo Tárrases Templo Utópico (node 47941199)
Júdica Las Batallas Sinagoga Costa Bella (node 48020307)
Júdica Laguna Piceas Sinagoga Costa Norte (node 48020308)
Amicus Autódromo Sala de Reunión Amicus de Winburgh (node 48028805)
Viática Autódromo Sociedad Viática de Tárrases (node 48028806)
Mupabupánica Espadas y Cascos Templo Sicario (node 48031022)
Neochamánica Autódromo Templo de Arañas (node 48031023)
Crística Autódromo Iglesia de Dios de Verdoso (node 48036585)
Viática Alces Sociedad Viática de Tárrases (node 48082145)
Neochamánica Gran Plaza Country Club Templo Negro (node 48301806)
Súnica Gran Plaza Country Club Mezquita Alambres (node 48306690)
Mupabupánica Gran Plaza Country Club Templo Máscaras (node 48306692)
Amicus Laguna Piceas Sala de Reunión Amicus de Ferias (node 48371585)
Mupabupánica Mirador Templo Picas (node 48372955)
Súnica Las Batallas Mezquita Las Batallas (node 48406129)
Catodoxa Puerto Iglesia San Demetrio (node 48581598)
Súnica Las Oruguitas Mezquita Ostras (node 48731413)
Súnica Faraón Mezquita de la Cueva (node 48884481)

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