|8, -19.20/, 23.262|
|Kingdom of Airannia|
"Sollé foinvevia gabhré aetayer nillieráms bidayer"
Big rivers must be crossed by great bridges
and largest city
|Ethnic Groups||Airannian (85%), Cabélian (4%), Artarian (2%), Yrasematetan (2%), Other (7%)|
|• King||Deumiu IV|
|• Prime Minister||Frédrique Hravogne|
|• Head of Senate||Laures Vauvalle|
|Legislature||Xieklen Gardey (National Representation)|
|• Upper house||Synáty (Senate)|
|• Lower house||Ja Rangy (The Parliament)|
|• Total||108,662 km2|
|• Water (%)||33.8|
|Currency||Tarephian Tare (TAR)|
|Drives on the||right|
Airannia (Aeránanue: Aerágny [ɑɪʀaːɲi]) is a country in Tarephia, located on the island of Cabelia. It is bordered by Yrasemateta in the west, Cabélie in the northeast, and Artaria in the south. Its capital city is Vorácy, having changed from Vilvéque in 1949. The head of state of the Kingdom of Airannia is King Deumiu IV, while the leader of government is Frédrique Havogne. As opposed to other constitutional monarchies, where the monarch's position in governing the nation is overwhelmingly ceremonial, the Airannian monarchy features a more active monarch, who is well-respected in his role as the primary guardian of the Airannian people, often appearing as representative, and acting as overseer of the national government.
- 1 History
- 2 Politics
- 3 Geography
- 4 Economy
- 5 Demographics
- 6 Infrastructure
- 7 Culture
Airannia is divided into 8 provinces, known as Provinser, which are subdivided into x departments, Déparmentre. In the west, many of these borders are similar to those of colonial regions - the fertile and heavily settled west is the most dense with provinces, while the north and east have large and spacious provinces and departments.
Airannia uses the Tarephian Tare, a coin used in various other countries in Tarephia.
Airannia has a small system of highways, known as nérlochatt, which are numbered 1 to 11, of which only the first 8 are considered part of the national highway network, the other three rather being considered part of the trunk road network, known as autové, along with many other roads supporting the highways through the country. These roads are, along with other arterial roads, marked with either a two or three number identification number, depending on the importance of the road.
The maximum speed on Airannian highways is 140 km/h, down to 100 at some locations. Within urban areas, it is 50 km/h, while provincial roads typically have a maximum speed of 90 km/h. However, in mountainous areas, this is typically drastically lower.
There are four national holidays in Airannia:
- 14th of March: Fall of the Duxembois. A national holiday that celebrates the fall of the Duxembois at the end of the Fifth Cabelian Campaign, which united all Airannian speaking people under the Kingdom of Airannia. The Duxembois is a castle nearby the city of Bois-Étrenn, in Rellebois. Despite this victory, the rebellious state of Rellebois broke free, but this is regarded as the moment in history peace is established between the Franquese and Airannian speaking parts of Northern Cabelia.
- 29th of May: Independence Day. This national holiday is not technically celebrated on the day of the independence of Airannia, but rather on the day the United Cabelie Republic was split into its Airannian and Franquese parts.
- 1st of July: Coronation Day / King's Day. While no new king is crowned every year, every monarch in Airannia was crowned on the first of July, albeit ceremonially. However, on years there's no new monarch to be crowned, the holiday is still observed, in celebration of the life and deeds of the king.
- 3rd of October: Jean Boulard Day. Jean Boulard is a former colonial officer, whose efforts into ensuring the preservation and assimilation of the Airannian native culture and language have been paramount to ensuring the continuation of the Airannian language and national spirits. The 3rd of October is the day his befamed speech was given.
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