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Akinyaka is a country consisting of three main islands (and many other, smaller ones located near the coast) which are located to the north of Gobrassanya, Lallemand, and Khaiwoon, northwest of Niulutan-Riu, west of Euresia, southeast of Byórn, and east of Alora. It is considered part of the continent of Uletha.
|7, 27.460, 90.758|
"In harmonia progressio"
Progress in harmony
and largest city
|Official languages||None (de jure)|
|• Regional languages||Ingerish, Ataraxian|
|• President||Jeremiah Jermaine|
|• Prime Minister||Annalise Willingdon|
|• Representative of the First Nations|
|• Upper house||Senate|
|• Lower house||House of Commoners|
|• Total||189388.98 km2|
73123.5 sq mi
|• Water (%)||5%|
|• Estimate (3 January 2015)||12,899,290|
|• Census (9 July 2014)||12,206,130|
|Currency||Akinyakan Pound (AK£)|
- 1 Geography
- 2 History
- 3 Infrastructure
- 4 Government
- 5 Weather
- 6 Economy
- 7 Foreign relations
The country itself and the lands it occupies have a history that stretches back to prehistory.
Being prehistory, not much is known about the islands before ... . ...
(The Akan and the Oyanat peoples)
How Akinyaka got its name
Immigration and accelerated growth
Accelerated growth across the country has brought many new projects and improvements to Akinyaka's infrastructure, from building new metro systems in cities, to provinces widening their highways and constructing new roads and interchanges.
Main article: Akinyakan Highway System
Akinyaka has a large highway and freeway system, which is currently being expanded, although some roads maintained by districts, cities, or even some provinces are of a sub-par quality.
Main article: Rail travel in Akinyaka
A majority of the inhabitants and/or visitors use cars to get around the country, so the railways are not widespread.
Main article: Water transport in Akinyaka
Being completely surrounded by water, there is a large ferry network connecting the "mainland" (also an island) to the Halsted, Cain, and other outlying islands.
Main article: Government of Akinyaka
See also: Provinces of Akinyaka
|This list is incomplete. It will be expanded in the future.|
Akinyaka has an embassy in ... countries, as well as having 2 (as of 3.11.2015) embassies of other countries in their territory.