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Federacion de Tarrumarca (Castellanese)
Capital: TBD
Population: ~20,000,000 (2022)
Motto: TBD
Anthem: Himno Nacional

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Tarrumarca, (Castellanese: Tarrumárca) officially the Tarrumarcan Federation, (Castellanese: Federacion Tarrumarcana) is a sovereign state in Eastern Tarephia, located on the Sea of Uthyra. The country shares a land border with Tarephia Equatorial to the west, Firmania to the north, Deira and Vodeo to the southeast. The country occupies a land area of roughly 339 thousand square kilometers (~131 thousand square miles,) making it the ### largest country in the world. It also has a population of around 20 million people, making it the ### most populous country in the world. The capital of Tarrumarca is TBD, and its largest city is TBD.

The entire area of Tarrumarca was originally inhabited by many ethnic tribes, most notably the Gadzunis, Tacapan, and other small tribes, dominating the region since (time) and would continue to do so for the next (few hundred) years. Castellanese colonists would arrive and conquer the territory, around the 1600s, reforming it into a Castellanese colony in the 1620s. The native peoples agreed to end the war with the colonists, however, they were later driven out to the mountains. After three centuries under colonial rule, Tarrumarca finally gained independence in 1901 but suffered from political and economic instability. Under president and dictator Carlos Pinero Nieves (1929-49), the country began to stabilize and improve its economy. However political discontent, corruption, and nepotism led to his downfall, and the military took over in 1949.

A couple of decades later, in 1970, the Tarrumarcan Civil War began when leftist university students involved in protests were silenced, which resulted in the Gadzonian territorial government and rebels voting for seceding their territory from the Federation. In July 1972, the capital city was besieged with violence between the military, pro-democracy demonstrators, ordinary civilians, and the Maritima Provincial Police. The dictator, Gen. Artemio Busqueda resigned (and was later captured and executed thereafter) and was replaced by the capital city mayor Felipe Cortezano, who helped transition the country into gradual democratic rule. In 1974, the civil war finally ended due to a lack of support, and rebel civilians were either granted amnesty, jailed, or exiled abroad. The later 20th century saw Gustavo Dominguez Mejía become president in 1978. After his ten-year presidency in 1988, he reformed the country, instituted land reform, armed forces reform, abolished military involvement with the government, and declared a national social safety net law to protect the poor and economically disadvantaged citizens. He ruled the country under the Progressive Party and adopted a market capitalist and liberal economy.

Today, Tarrumarca is a member of the Assembly of Nations and Tarephia Cooperation Council.


This country has a Latin American culture (specifically in Central America). Does not specifically pertain to a single country in Central America. Religion is predominantly Ortolic (RW-Catholic), with native belief systems in the western parts of the country.


Castellanese (RW-Spanish) is the lingua franca (bridge language) and also the official language throughout the country. Meanwhile, the native/indigenous areas have their own local languages (conlang). Tacapan language (conlang) in the Territory of Tacapa; Gadzoni language (conlang) in Gadzonian Territory. Both native languages are official only in their respective territories.



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Geography of Tarrumarca
Population~20,000,000 (2022)
• Total~339,000 km2
Major IslandsIsla Alfaro,
Isla del Ganso,
Major riversRio Rocondan,
Rio Amador,
Rio Galto,
Time zone+02:00

More forests, groves, and wooded areas are situated in the north and south. The central area (east and west of Lago de Tarrumarca) is composed of wide plains and grasslands.

  • The Southwestern area (near Tarephia Equatorial) is mountainous and forested. Coastal provinces are hilly and flat.
  • Motorways are built, but only for inter-city connections to cities along the coastline. Trunk highways connect large cities. Large and smaller towns are connected by either tertiary or secondary roads (designated as CM or Camino Municipal).


The Tarrumarcan Government is a federal presidential republic, as indicated in the 1973 Constitution. The country is made up of 12 Provinces, 4 Territories, and 1 Capital Territory (TBD).

  • Every province and territory is subdivided into municipalities (municipios). Several towns, hamlets, and villages may be included in just one municipality.
  • Executive: The Head of State and the Head of government is the “President” (Presidente Nacional), who is elected directly by popular vote.
  • Legislative: The legislative branch is a bicameral system divided into two chambers. The upper chamber is called Federal Council (Consejo Federal) and the lower chamber is called the National Assembly (Asamblea Nacional) and is made up of ~99 to 120 members from each municipality (municipio). Federal Council is made up of 16 councilors, one for each administrative division, except the capital territory.
  • Judicial: Corte Nacional de Justicia (CNJ) - a court that deals with national cases; provincial and local courts exist in municipalities and cities.

Administrative Levels

Borders of Tarrumarca
Admin Level Border Type (Ingerish) Border Type (Castellanese)
2 Country País
4 Province/Territories Provincias/Territorios
6 Municipalities Municipios
8 City/Town Ciudad/Pueblo
9 Village or hamlet Barrio/Aldea

Administrative Divisions

List of Provinces/Territories
Provinces/Territories Land Area ( Capital city Relation ID Notes
Provincia Villa Almeda 9,814.41 Ciudad Naronio 250095 rich province located in the southern part of Tarrumarca; Ciudad Naronio is the capital city. The land area is generally flat and hilly.
Provincia Ramirez 30,258.53 Marallon 382040 tbd
Provincia Arboleja 22,661.90 255938 more small and large towns; landowners mostly control this province; large farmlands, plantations, etc.
Provincia Limbrena (Limberen) 16,842.54 295307 TBD
Provincia Molijon 4,112.75 255939 coastal province
Provincia Carania 6,752.16 255940 coastal province
Territorio Tacapa 25,201.84 257723 native territory populated by the native Tacapan people; conlang; the land is mostly forested and flat scrubland
Territorio Gadzonia 94,837.45 335246 the largest territory, and one of the poorest in the country; main industries are lumber and mining
Provincia Lacámara 12,120.78 Calerdo 335245 TBD
Provincia Rocóndan 18,973.52 San Reynaldo 335244 TBD


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History of Tarrumarca
Pre-Castellanese period~1000 AD - ~1600s
Castellanese colonization~1600-1901
• Independence War1892-1901
• Civil War1970-1973
• Current democratic constitution1973

  • Colonized by the Castellanese in the 17th century, the country gained its independence in 1901, after a 9-year protracted war against the Castellanese Empire (1892-1901)
  • Post-independence era; ruled by the elite (~ the 1920s-40s)
  • Fragile Democracy (1940's-60s)
  • military rule (~ 1960s-1972)
    • federalism referendum (1961), switch from a unitary form of government
    • Civil War (1970-1973)
    • Revolution, then a brief civil revolt (throughout 1972)
  • transition to a democratic civilian government (starting in January 1973).
  • joined the Tarephian Cooperation Council (1994)


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Economy of Tarrumarca
Principal exportsraw materials, agricultural products
Principal importsfood, etc.

Mainly centered on agriculture (largest sector; around 52%), service sector (centered in urban cities); local manufacturing; mining (copper and silver); forestry (forested provinces)

  • Only the seaside settlements have an economy that ranges from average to upper-level. (Ciudad Naronio, proposed Capital Territory, etc.)
  • Towns/settlements located in the central, southern, and western areas have an economy that ranges from average to lower-level. (agricultural, farming, fishing, etc.)


National Flag. Adapted in 1961.

Horizontal Blue/Green/Blue/Green bands with a red canton. Inside the red canton is a sun with 16 rays, symbolizing all the provinces and territories comprising the Tarrumarcan Nation.

  • Red: symbolizes the courage and bravery of people who fought for independence
  • Blue: represents the sky, water (both the Uthyran Sea and Lago Tarrumarca); peace; traditional Indigenous color
  • Green: symbolizes all the lands of the country; also traditional Indigenous color
  • Yellow: symbolizes the Sun; a bright future for the country