Boscunis

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Boscunis

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CapitalDonbuskad
Official languagesTecherian (Boscunian dialect)

Boscunis (ing. United Woodlands), is a country in East Uletha. It shares a border with Älved, Neberly, Kåra, and Latania/UL22c.

Sparsely populated, the country's population is around 2.2 million.

Boscunis is part of the Älvedic Countries, like Älved, Brevinfeld and Vyzdland. The population is mostly Techerian, like in East Älved. There are two distinct ethnic groups with their specific dialect: Boscunian Techerians, and Broya Valley Techerians (a minority in the southwest).

The landscape is mostly made of large forests, fertile plains, valleys and hills. There are two mountain areas, the Boscunian Arps and the Snofell.

After the secession from Älved, Boscunis is the Älvedic Country that has turned the most towards Ingerish-speaking countries like Neberly or Glaster, with a significant amount of population exchange, and many Ingerish loanwords in the dialect. Northwestern towns have a quarter of Neberlian population and Ingerish is a 2nd official language in several municipalities. With the influence of Neberly and the mining industry in Snofell, and no conflicts with the neighboring countries, the country's quality of life has improved considerably compared to the rest of the Älvedic Countries, and attracts investors from all around.

Boscunis is a young country which was made of decentralized provinces without significant cities. Historical towns were Sagamreog, Laicin, Rwenis and Kerwistun. At the independence, what was nothing more than a forester's lodge between Sagamreog and Laicin, near the already existing Sagamreog-Laicin airport, was chosen as an area for the new parlament building and future capital, in order to attract economic activity away from the Neberlian border areas. The new city was named Donbuskad (City of Woodlands) and is planned to have 75 000 inhabitants in the future. Although in reality, a little less than 20 000 inhabitants live fully in the city, most other inhabitants are temporary workers with a second residence in other places.