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Andrar (Castellanese, Ingerish), Andáre (Itanese), Andrare (Franquese) ()
Capital: Ordamerán [1]
Population: 32,884,952 (2024)
Motto: «La prosperidad se agrandece y la esperanza, permanece»
Anthem: TBD

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The Territory of Andrar, officially known as the Republic of Andrar, is a country in Nortwest Tarephia. Located on the tropical coasts of the continent and also part of the northern region of the Serion Desert, Andrar borders TA004 to the west, TA002 to the southwest, Ta Seti to the southeast, Ayir Ahali Al-Kaza to the east, and the Gulf of the Hesperic Ocean to the north. It covers an area of TBD and has a population of approximately 40 million inhabitants. Andrar is divided into 20 administrative divisions and numerous municipalities.

Ordamerán is the capital and the third-largest urban area in the country. Previously, the capital of the country was the city of Dinar, which served as the governmental center for over 100 years. However, after numerous deliberations regarding geography, economic activity, social and educational dynamics, it was agreed that the administrative center should be relocated to the city of Ordamerán, a decision accepted in 2020.

Andrar is considered a territory full of diversity due to the numerous colonizations and dynasties that have passed through this territory over the years. The first human settlements were made by small independent groups that controlled parts of the continental northern coasts, with the Alezares being the dominant group, controlling a prominent part of the northwest of Tarephia. However, the arrival of the Arab world to Tarephia almost completely wiped out all traces of civilization deemed threatening to them, leading to the near extinction of the Alezares.

Centuries later, Castellan colonization became another turning point for this territory. In search of new lands and through secret investigations, Castellan considered the coasts of Tarephia to be rich and excellent for the development of urban settlements, exportation of natural and precious materials, agriculture, and livestock. Consequently, Castellan seized control of this territory after numerous conflicts.

Centuries later, several settlements away from the coasts, many of them of Alezar-Arab descent, took control of Castellan governance, and after numerous guerrilla conflicts, an agreement was reached to divide the northwest of Tarephia into administrative colonies under Castellan rule. However, a considerable number of Castellan settlers migrated back to Castellan due to government discomforts, social issues, and quality of life challenges faced in what was once New Castellan and now Andrar. After several coups, an agreement was reached at a National Government Board, granting complete independence to the Andranic Territory on December 6, 1880, under the leadership of Ampe Ocxollipt Garzolla, of Alezar father and Castellan mother, who governed during the first 10 years of Independent Andrar.

Administrative divisions


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Geography of Andrar
PopulationAprox. 40 Millions (2020)
• Total. km2
. sq mi
Population density. km2
. sq mi
National AnimalCimarron
National birdCodorniz de Gambel (Callipepla gambelii)
Time zoneWUT+2


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Government of Andrar
CapitalOrdamerán [2]
Head of state
• PresidentAlanna Yolian Gonez Gurretea
• Vice PresidentMonac Farriad Terrica Mora
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Economy of Andrar
Mixed Economy
Monetary authorityBanco Nacional de la República Andranica
• TotalTBD
• Per capitaTBD
GDP (nominal)TBD
• TotalTBD
• Per capitaTBD
HDI (tbd) 0.890
very high
Unemployment rate5,80%
Principal exportsMineria, petroleo
Industries and sectors

Armed forces


The economy of Andrar is mainly based on mining and the extraction of mining, he export of precious materials, agriculture, agronomy, and tourism.


The currency of Andrar is Parche.

It is available in banknotes of 5PR$, 10PR$, 15PR$, 20PR$, 40PR$, 100PR$, 200PR$, and 500PR$.

It is available in coins of 1PR$, 2PR$, 4PR$, and 10PR$.



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First Settlers

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.

Mazanic Conquest

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.

Castellan colonisation

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.

Pre-Castilian Colony

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. This region experiences hot, arid conditions with minimal rainfall throughout the year, making it a challenging environment for agriculture but suitable for hardy desert flora and fauna.

In contrast, the northern coastal regions of Andrar have a humid and tropical climate. These areas, particularly along the coasts of the districts of Bermedez, Boramaya, Durian, and Lamantefere, receive significant rainfall, resulting in lush vegetation and diverse ecosystems. The humidity and warm temperatures support thriving agricultural activities, including the cultivation of tropical fruits, sugarcane, and other cash crops.

Moving towards the southeast, in the district of Salomé, the climate varies between hot and cold. This transitional zone experiences moderate temperatures with more significant seasonal changes compared to the rest of the country. Summers can be warm and pleasant, while winters bring cooler temperatures, making the region suitable for a mix of temperate and tropical crops. This diverse climate also supports various types of livestock farming.

Overall, Andrar's climatic diversity supports a wide range of agricultural and economic activities, from desert-based mining and resource extraction to coastal tourism and farming. The variation in climate across the country contributes to its rich biodiversity and the adaptability of its people to different environmental conditions.

Government and political Parties

Currently in Andrar, there are 4 parties present in national politics:

  • Partido Igualdad Progresista (Progressive Equality Party) (PARPRO)
  • Partido De Accion Nacional (National Action Party) (PANAL)
  • Movimiento Regeneracion Andranica (Andranic Regeneration Movement) (MORA)
  • Partido Renovacion Nacional (National Renewal Party) (PRN)

In the country, elections have been held every 5 years since 1988. Before that date, all inhabitants were called to vote every 10 years since independence.

After the unfortunate death of former President Manél Darél Lanos Irivane, who governed from 1980 to 1988, 2 years before the end of his presidency, due to agreements and changes in the regulations and norms of the National Electoral Institute, it was decided to shorten the presidency term to 5 years for future presidencies. Therefore, the successor to the presidency was the former head of government Librán Alcantara Derivables, who first governed the remaining 2 years of Manél Darél's presidency. By the end of the second semester of 1989, Librán Alcantara announced his candidacy for the official presidency, gaining much support and acceptance from the population. In the electoral results, Librán won the presidency by obtaining 78% of the votes and governed from 1990 to 1995.

Currently, the presidency is held by Gala Sirenet Alenam Gonez, who is the second female president of Andrar.

For the upcoming elections for the 2025-2030 term, 4 candidates from the 4 aforementioned parties will run:

  • Progressive Equality Party (PARPRO): Ares Rocha Orancazara
  • National Action Party (PANAL): Addín Ferioki Efarán
  • Andranic Regeneration Movement (MORA): Iris Alanis Erdogán Karadami
  • National Renewal Party (PRN): Nitzé Allí Paléd Rencara
ex preseidents
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.

speakers of each languaje in Andrar according to the 2022 census.
languaje percent  % speakers
Castellanese 72% 30,584,487
Castanés 15% 6,371,768
Ingerish 6% 2,548,707
Mazanic 1.5% 637,176
Azajál 1.2% 509,741
Alparmez 0.9% 382,306
others 3.4% 1,444,267

Administrative divisions in Andrar

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Administrative divisions of Andrar
First-level20 Districts (provinces/states)
Second-level188 municipalities

Administrative Divitions On Andrar

Andrar is divided into 20 Districts (Provinces/States). Each District is divided into municipalities, and within them, there are cities, towns, communities, or ejidos.

According to the National Law of Demographic and Geographic Administration, for an urban or rural settlement to have its own municipality within the district, it is necessary to maintain a government center such as a town hall, a primary school, a secondary school, a high school, a health center, a police station, and a fire station, and to have a census of 2,500 habitants. If the settlement lacks any of these points, it will depend on and belong to the governance and services of the nearest adjacent municipality.

The capital, Ordamerán, is located in the District of Ordamerán (which shares the same name, as does its municipality).

Administrative Divisions In Andrar
Pais District Municipalities

and population

Andrar (32,884,952) Alcazamento
  • Alma (45,805)
  • Delta (350,290)
  • Caratula (8,040)
  • La Costeña (7,800)
  • Algodon (5,315)
  • Zambolo (5,018)
  • Yaracuy (2,730)
  • Tucupita (6,233)
  • Managas (12,114)
  • Miranda (70,250)
  • Tamacuro (32,146)
  • Bolevár (46,764)
  • Zulia (2,901)
  • Tachira (3,004)
  • Carabobo (154,915)
  • Cojedes (2,575,514)
Bermedez (1,807,415)
  • Paradiso (16,143)
  • Pradas (12,454)
  • Las Conchas (52,377)
  • Veradas (6,240)
  • Dunas (5,303)
  • Senoras (3,451)
  • Pitallas (3,533)
  • Punto Rocosa (180,580)
  • Karmenia (1,508,232)
  • Boquerona (26,104)

Relaciones exteriores



Andrar's economy is mixed, but mainly agriculture, mining, fishing and tourism are the main sources.

Ciencia y tecnología



Religion in Andrar



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

Basic Primary Education

The duration of each of the 6 years of primary education is approximately 6 months. For example, classes begin in August and end in October, followed by a break during November and December. The second half of the course starts in January and ends in March, with remedial and admission courses for the secondary education level taking place in April.

Medium Secondary Education
Aministracion Educativa
Nivel Educativo Grado y tiempo de curso Edad Preparacion
Basica (Primaria)
  • 1RO (40 Semanas)
  • 2DO (40 Semanas)
  • 3RO (40 Semanas)
  • 4TO (25 semanas)
  • 5TO (25 semanas)
  • 6TO (25 semanas)
  • 6-7 años
  • 7-8 años
  • 8-9 años
  • 9-10 años
  • 10-11 años
  • 11-12 años
  • Pre-Basica
  • Basica
  • Basica
  • Basica Media
  • Basica Media
  • Pre-Media
Media (Secundaria) semestres
  • 1-1 (Febrero-May)
  • 2-1 (Agosto-Nov)
  • 3-2 (Febrero-Mayo)
  • 4-2(Sep-Dec)
  • 5-3(Enero-April)
  • 6-3 (Ago-Nov)
  • 12-13 años
  • 12-13 años
  • 13-14 años
  • 13-14 años
  • 14-15 años
  • 14-15 Años
  • Pre-Media
  • Media
  • Media
  • Media
  • Media
  • Pre-Media Superior
Media Superior (Preparatoria) Semestres
  • 1RO (Jan-April)
  • 2DO (Ago-Nov)
  • 3RO (Jan-April)
  • 4TO (Ago-Nov)
  • 5TO (Jan-April)
  • 6TO (Jun-Ago)
  • 14-15 años
  • 15-16 años
  • 15-16 años
  • 16-17 años
  • 16-17 años
  • 17-18 años
  • Pre-media Superior
  • Media Superior
  • Media Suoerior
  • Media Superior
  • Media Superior
  • Pre-Superior
Superior (Universidad)
  • Ciencias Sociales
  • Enonomico-Admin
  • Bellas Artes
  • Ingenieria
  • Matematica
  • Agropecuarias
  • Humanidades
  • Diseño
  • Salud
Prom de duracion
  • 3 años (18-21)
  • 4 años (18-22)
  • 4 Años (18-22)
  • 5 Años (18-23)
  • 4 Años (18-22)
  • 5 Años (18-23)
  • 5 Años (18-23)
  • 5 Años (18-22)
  • 6 Años (18-24)
  • Superior


Andrar cuenta con un total de 25 universidades

20 de nivel estatal (Publica)

(Cada estado/Distrito del país cuenta con su propia universidad)

University No. De


  • Universidad Estatal De Alcazamento (UNIALC)
  • Universidad Estatal De Alparma (UNIALP)
  • Universidad Estatal de Bermédez (UNIBER)
  • Universidad Estatal De Borabarsin (UNIBOR)
  • Universidad Estatal De Boramaya (UNIBORA)
  • Universidad Estatal de Camarena (UNICAM)
  • Universidad Estatal de Célebres (UNICEL)
  • Universidad Estatal De Dinar (UNIDIR)
  • Universidad Estatal De Durian (UNIDUR)
  • Universidad Estatal De Gardamenesi (UNIGARDA)
  • Universidad Estatal de Gardaya (UNIGAR)
  • Universidad Estatal De Lamantefere (UNILAM)
  • Universidad Estatal De Mendar (UNIMEN)
  • Universidad Estatal De Ordameran (UNIOR)
  • Universidad Estatal de Salomé (UNISAL)
  • Universidad Estatal De Santa Fe (UNISAN)
  • Universidad Estatal De Sindalef (UNISIN)
  • Universidad Estatal De Sinderenjo (UNISINDE)
  • Universidad Estatal De Tamantf (UNITAR)
  • Universidad Estatal De Tardán (UNITAR)

3 de nivel nacional (Autonomas Publicas)

University No. De


  • Universidad Nacional Autonoma De Andrar-UNAR (Campus Ordamerán)
  • Universidad Nacional Autonoma De Andrar-UNAR (Campus Dinar)
  • Universidad Nacional Autonoma De Andrar-UNAR (Campus Lamantefere)

2 de especiadades (Autonomas Privadas)

No. De


  • Instituto De Ingenierías Cientificas Y Tecnologicas De Andrar-INCITEA (Campus Ordamerán)
  • Instituto De Ingenierías Cientificas Y Tecnologicas De Andrar-INCITEA (Campus Salomé)




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.


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