|Geography of Wisecota|
|• Total||35,806.54 km2 |
13,824.98 sq mi
|Population density||70.7 km2 |
183.1 sq mi
The most prominent feature of the state is Flambeau Bay, which takes up a large portion of central Wisecota.
Separating the Bay from Lake Wihinapa is the Rochaix Archipelago, most of which have permanent residents. The smallest of the islands is Marquinas Island, known for prohibiting motor vehicles, starting in the early 1900s. The island is also home to the only numbered route in the FSA that prohibits motor vehicles.
The center to northern areas of the state are hilly and a mix of forest and arable land
Politics and Government
|Government of Wisecota|
|Head of state|
|• Upper house||Cabinet|
|• Lower house||State Assembly|
|Judiciary||Supreme Court of The State of Wisecota|
Major political parties
Wisecota has a wide variety of industries, but is not as prominent as it once was.
The largest contributor to the economy is agriculture products, followed closely by mining/digging for various materials, including copper, clay, and stones
Logging and Manufacturing are also major contributors, but are not as influential.
Tourism has some prevalence in the Rochaix archipelago, as well as in the Saigeohn Metro area.
|Demographics of Wisecota|
|Recognized minority languages||Franquese, Native|
State Trunkline System
|States||Alcortez · Alormen(c) · Apawiland · Astrantia · Atascadera · Clamash · Cosperica(c) · Costa Dorada · Culpepper · Delenshire Islands(c) · East Massodeya · Elway · Eustacia(c) · Fellshire · Gnaerey · Hyde · Iroquesia · Laine · Makaska · Mennowa · Michisaukee(c) · Minnonigan · New Carnaby(c) · Ogdalen · Ossasitan · Passamaqueets(c) · Penquisset · Riopoderos · Ruppacke · Seneppi · Sierra · Tauhon · Tempache · Tennewa · Thermond · West Massodeya(c) · Whitestone · Wisecota · Zakahigan|
|Overseas Territories||Arecales(c) · Hartford Islands · Nahuwa Atoll|