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Flag of Plevia Republic of Plevia
Repubblica Pleviana (Plevian)
Capital: Osianopoli (5.271.938)
Population: 92,665,890 (2022)
Motto: Per la Patria e per Tutti (For the Homeland and for All)

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The Republic of Plevia, commonly referred as Plevia is a country in western Uletha occupying the northern portion of the Mediterranean Sea. It borders with Franqueterre, Sélonie-Flamain and Arquitenie at west, with Antigo at north, with Suria at east, and with Mardoumakhstan and Navenna at south.


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Geography of Plevia
ContinentUletha (central-western)
RegionMediterranean Sea
Population92,665,890 (2021)
• Total450,958 km2 km2
174,115 sq m sq mi
Population density205,48 pp/km2 km2
532 pp/sq m sq mi
Major rivers
Time zoneWUT+3:00


Plevia, with an area of ​​450,958 square kilometers, is one of the largest nations in the quadrant of the Mediterranean Sea and, given its position, has a varied climate, which gives life to a series of extremely diversified environments.

Describing the country from north to south, in the northern end of Plevia there is a cold desert area, the Alamo desert, at the center of which is the vast Lake Magno, whose surface varies according to rainfall.

The Pradibosco exclave, also located in the north of the country, instead overlooks Lake Pretannico, and this contributes to its Mediterranean-type microclimate, similar to that found in more southern areas of the nation. To the north-east we find the Condinassa massif, where the major mountains of Plevia rise: Mount Tolario (4528 m) is the highest in the nation. To the south of the massif there is a large area of ​​temperate forest with a continental climate. The temperature range between summer and winter is particularly pronounced here.

The climate gradually becomes milder as you proceed towards the south, while the coastal areas are influenced by the presence of the sea, which grants a Mediterranean-type climate, with hot and dry summers. The Pelagie islands, located near the coasts of Castellan and Mitras, have some subtropical characteristics, and this makes the area particularly suitable for seaside tourism.