Tarrumarca is my country, located in the eastern part of the Sea of Uthyra in eastern Tarephia.
Currently relocating/restructuring some of my edits from Rogolnika (Archanta) to Tarrumarca. TBD...
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) 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.
More forests, groves, and wooded areas are situated in the north and south. The central area (east of Lago de Tarrumarca) is composed of wide plains and grasslands.
- The Southwestern area (near Tarephia Equatorial) is mountainous and also 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), 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.
|Admin Level||Border Type (Ingerish)||Border Type (Castellanese)|
|9||Village or hamlet||Barrio/Aldea|
|Provinces/Territories||Land Area (sq.km.)||Relation ID||Notes|
|Provincia Villa Almeda||9,814.41||rich province located in the southern part of Tarrumarca; Ciudad Naronio is the capital city. The land area is generally flat and hilly.|
|Provincia Arboleja||22,661.90||more small and large towns; landowners mostly control this province; large farmlands, plantations, etc.|
|Provincia Limbrena (Limberen)||16,842.54||TBD|
|Provincia Molijon||4,112.75||coastal province|
|Provincia Carania||6,752.16||coastal province|
|Territorio Tacapa||25,201.84||native territory populated by the native Tacapan people; conlang; the land is mostly forested and flat scrubland|
|Territorio Gadzonia||94,837.45||the largest territory, and one of the poorest in the country; main industries are lumber and mining|
- 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 (1970-1972)
- revolution, then a brief civil revolt (throughout 1972)
- transition to a democratic civilian government (starting in January 1973).
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.)
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