|República de Andrar|
"La prosperidad se agrandece y la esperanza permanece"
|Official languages||Castellan Castanés|
|• Presidente||Gala Sirenett Alemán Gonez (2020-2025)|
|• Primer Vicepresidente||Carmin Falas Fontana Gonez (2022-2026)|
|• Segundo Vicepresidente||Sonnia Anna Guana Vila (2020-2025)|
|• Estimate (2020)||42,478,455|
|• Census (2020)||TBD|
(la biografia del pais es probable de tener cambios)
The oldest records of the first settlers of Andrar were small independent tribes originating from the center of the Tarephic continent, and some others from the northern peninsula of the continent (currently Dematisma). This is known thanks to the archaeological remains of these communities, which unfortunately have few records and evidence of them today, regarding the countless internal guerrillas, conquests, depressions, and cultural clashes of the country's lands.
The most notable community was the "Azajal" tribe (a name baptized by the Alezares), which, over the years, began to take power in almost the entire northern coast of the continent. It was said that this tribe was too "territorial and dangerous", as if any unknown group arrived, they were shot down, kidnapped, and exploited in construction and agriculture work. Some studies on the architecture of some important archaeological sites showed that they have certain similarities or influences with the architecture of southern Uletha, Ghetoria, and Liberiana.
Around 1100 BC, some Alezar groups (originating from present-day Mazan) entered Azajal lands in search of new lands for trade. It is recognized that the northern coasts of Tarephia are rich in fertile lands and minerals, which caught the attention of this community to have their own territories controlled from Mazan. To the surprise of the Azajal community, they were mostly defeated, and for the first time in hundreds of years of ownership, they were stripped of the power of their lands. The surviving Azajals had to adapt to a new way of life, culture, and religion. As a secondary effect, the mixture of Alezars and Azajals began to have social conflicts, leading to the emergence of certain subgroups. From around 1400, several communities, mainly of Azajal descent, began to settle on the outskirts of the Serion desert and ceased to have connections with other communities.
The Imani conquest is very reflected mainly in the architecture and culture, particularly in gastronomy and religion.
tarting in 1500, Castellán began voyages to various parts of the Tarephian and Antarephian continents. By 1510, they had entered the southern peninsula of Dematisma with the idea of conquest, which they accomplished by traversing the entire Tarephian Sierra Madre until they reached the coasts of present-day Andrar, which were at the time colonized by Alezars (Mazanics). Even years before the invasion, Castellán had plans to conquer these lands, and there are records indicating that the Castellán government sent small groups as foreigners to study the lands and determine if they were suitable for new colonies. Most of their expeditions were successful, and those that were not likely resulted in attacks by Alezars. Thanks to these expeditions, it was said that the northern coasts of Tarephia were perfect for producing natural resources and creating new trade routes. By June of 1512, Castellán put into motion their plan to conquer the entire northwest of the Tarephian continent, after the east had already been controlled. After many battles, Castellán took control. The Alezars were unable to defend themselves at the level of Castellán because they did not have as modern weaponry as Castellán. After being defeated, surviving Alezars were forced to migrate to the center of the continent or settle with post-colonized Azajals.
By 1513, Castile officially established a new colony called "New Castellan" and by 1516, its name was changed to the "Kingdom of the West". As a result, the new settlers began to build their first Mediterranean-style cities, including Ordameran, Puerto Balika, Pili, Antayala, Durian, among others. Some Alezarean communities were rebuilt to be inhabited, while others had to be completely destroyed or abandoned, and over time, were consumed by nature.
During the first decade after the conquest, Castile established new trade routes, primarily in exotic fruits and timber exploitation, which received a lot of support, causing Castilian settlers to move to this young colony for new job opportunities.
The climate of andrar is biodiverse, but it is mainly dry-tropical, especially in the south of the country where the Serion desert is located, to the north, on the coasts, it is a humid and tropical climate, especially on the coasts of the districts of Bermedez , Boramaya, Durian and Lamantefere, in the southeast area, in the district of Salomé, the climate is between hot and cold.
Gobierno y política
|place||name||age||years of presidency|
|1||Omen Ampé Xicolla||1863 - 1905 (42)||1891 - 1900|
|2||Alan Higala Hentado||1870 - 1948 (78)||1900 - 1910|
|3||Gio Honda Viazquez||1860 - 1922 (62)||1910 - 1920|
|4||Yael Fontana Willberg||1877 - 1951 (74)||1920 - 1930|
|5||Alvaro Bernar Hontonarra||1889 - 1968 (79)||1930 - 1940|
|6||Cazandro Gala Quijada||1901 - 1985 (84)||1940 - 1950|
|7||Admir Valci Camunuro||1906 - 1980 (74)||1950 - 1960|
|8||Dolonardo Di'Santa Gala Oropeza||1922 - 1991 (69)||1960 - 1970|
|9||Alva Samaniego Pina||1938 - Alive (82)||1970 - 1980|
|10||Manuel Darél Lanos Irivane||1952 - 1988 (36)||1980 - 1988|
|11||Librán Alcantara Derivales||1960 - Alive (60)||1988 - 1995|
|12||Ignacio Gonzales Urchutta||1968 - Alive (52)||1995 - 2000|
|13||Andro Carrera Clark||1966 - Alive (54)||2000 - 2005|
|14||Danél Gallán Durna||1978 - Alive (42)||2005 - 2010|
|15||Carlos Idanél Lopez Duarte||1980 - Alive (40)||2010 - 2015|
|16||Dario Urrua Farragué||1988 - Alive (32)||2015 - 2020|
|17||Gala Sirenett Alemán Gonez||1989 - Alive (31)||2020 - 2025|
.Andrar has a total of 42,478,455 habitants according to the 2020 population census, between 2012-2022 the population of Andrar increased by 8.4%, being the highest population growth in the country.
This fact was due to the gentilization and immigration of populations from neighboring and foreign countries.
Castellanese is the most widely spoken language in the country, spoken by 72% of the population, followed by Castanés by 15%, Ingerish by 6% and the remaining 7%, various national and international indigenous languages.
Despite the fact that castellanese is the most widely spoken language in the country, it has not been classified as the official language of the country, since Castanés takes the position.
Castanés is a variant of Castellan that was born in the last years before the independence of the republic, used as a language of protest against the repression that the Castilian army exerted towards the Ajazal communities or any other community that had no ancestry Castilian, years after independence this language tried to become relevant so that it would be taken as the main language in the country, but it would not be achieved thanks to government policies and the implementation of Castilian as the main and official language in the republic, although generations of families have tried to keep this language alive by implementing it to younger generations at home, over the years this language would have strength again to the point where small towns and cities will use it as their main means of communication, mainly in the west of the country, also in some schools Castanés has been implemented as a learning subject together with with the ingerish.
In 1982 Castanés was adeded the official language of the country, along with Castilian, at present, more than 6,000,000 inhabitants are Castanés speakers, mainly in the districts of Tardán, Mendár, Bermedez, Celebres, Sinderenjo, Alcazamento and the District of Dinar.
Andrar is divide by 20 Districts (provinces)
|Flag||area (km²)||District (province)||Population (2020)||Capital||population
|Borabarsîn||1,506,272||Puerto Balika De Samaniego||998,425|
|Boramaya||4,475,594||Heroico Puerto De Antalaya La Zona||1,842,386|
|Distrito De Dinar||4,995,980||Dinar||4,110,674|
|Santa Fé||2,449,671||Santa Fé||1,009,872|
|Tardán||23,430||Cuidad Fronteriza De Serion||21,002|
|1||Distrito De Dinar||5,120,478||4,995,980||4,238,947||3,639,847||3,045,390||2,849,870||2,559,874||2,328,928||1,932,472||1,820,237|
Andrar's economy is mixed, but mainly agriculture, mining, fishing and tourism are the main sources.
Ciencia y tecnología
The most abundant religion is Imani, with 54%, followed by Ortholic with 15%, approximately 24% of the population in Andrar does not consider themselves part of any religion, mostly people between 20 and 30 years of age, the 7% of the population belongs to other or unrecognized religions.
In the last 2 decades, religion has ceased to take relevance in the country, both in culture, politics, lifestyle, etc.
The Integrated Education System of the Republic of Andrar is a holistic and progressive approach designed to provide quality education to all citizens, fostering equity, academic excellence, and the comprehensive development of students. This educational system is based on the following fundamental pillars:
-Inclusive and accessible education: The system ensures that all citizens, regardless of their socio-economic background, gender, race, or abilities, have equal access to education. Policies and programs are implemented to eliminate barriers and provide additional support to students with special needs, ensuring their full participation in the educational process.
-Comprehensive and flexible curriculum: The curriculum is developed with an integrated approach that encompasses different areas of knowledge, including humanities, sciences, arts, sports, and practical skills. Active learning, problem-solving, critical thinking, and creativity are encouraged. Furthermore, curricular flexibility is promoted to allow students to choose and personalize their educational trajectory according to their interests and abilities.
-Quality early education: The importance of early education as a foundation for children's cognitive, emotional, and social development is emphasized. High-quality preschool education programs are established, promoting play, exploration, social interaction, and the development of basic skills, preparing children for a successful transition to primary education.
Andranic cuisine is completely varied and influenced by other countries (mainly from the south of the continent), but also the same country has cultivated unique and original dishes.
Starting with the most recurring dishes on the Andranica table, we come across Rice, the most important cereal in the country since it is the one that is most cultivated and exported internationally, considering Andranico rice as the best in the Tarefic continent.
Rice in Andrar is very multifaceted since it is the accompaniment to a large part of the country's dishes, such as chicken, milanese, salads, eggs, potatoes, vegetables, beans, etc...
-the "meza baniada" (chicken breast bathed in chipocle sauce) is a common dish in the eastern part of the country, and as always accompanied by the typical rice.
-in broths, the "pintada" (broth with legumes, such as beans, chickpeas and beef) is one of the most popular broths and consumed by tourists, since to eat it is a challenge, since to have the experience of eating This dish is legal to add pinches of "cheltepin" chile, a chile that for people without experience with spiciness may have difficulties when consuming it.
-in drinks, coffee is the most consumable liquid in the country, mainly an accompaniment to breakfast, also "Barley" water, a refreshing drink and highly valued by tourists, on the other hand, horchata is also recurrent.
-and other dishes to mention: on the northern coasts of the country, they include dishes such as "colectiva","tonton","cahuamanta" "manta","cachoreada" in the east and south of the country, "machaca", the already mentioned "meza baniada", "picudios", "escabeshes", and to the west of the country the "embolvado", the "tablon" etc...
-Speaking of sweets, the cocada is the most typical, also the chocolate mainly with almonds, as well as the almond cookies, the "mantecadas", and the breads filled with jams.