Calibé

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Heroic Republic of Calibe and Heroes
Heroica República de Calibé y Héroes
Flag
Motto:
"Libertad, Paz y Triunfo"
Freedom, Peace and Triumph
Anthem:
Mi Calibé en la piel
Capital
and largest city
Junto a la Costa
Official languagesCastellanese
 • Regional languagesSochteco
DemonymCalibean
GovernmentDemocratic, Federal and Secular Republic
 • PresidentEnrique Vázquez de Sámano
 • Vice PresidentPaulina Castañeda Castañón
LegislatureNational Calibean Congress (Congreso Calibeño de la Nación)
 • Upper houseCalibean Senate (Senado Calibeño)
 • Lower houseCámara de Diputados (Chamber of Deputies)
Population
 • Census (2015)28 617 550
 • Density21 pop./km2
HDIIncrease 0.812
very high
CurrencyCalibean Peso (CLB)
Drives on theright
Internet TLD.cb

The Heroic Republic of Calibe and Heroes, (Castellanese Heroica República de Calibé y Héroes), or simply Calibé, is a country located on the Gwynian subcontinent on the northern part of the continent of Archanta. Its capital and largest city is Junto a la Costa. It limits to the south with Ardisphere and Ordania, to the north and west with Balonis, and to the east with Ciudaperr

Etymology

Calibe means Place of Triumph in Sochteco, the native language of the tribe of the same name, one of the most important and largest in the country. Although it also has the meaning of Land of the Coyote (Castellanese Tierra del Coyote), the coyote is a sacred animal in the Sochtecan culture.

The Flag

The Calibé flag has several meanings. The colors represent the blue of freedom, the white of peace and the orange of triumph, in addition to carrying in it the phrase of Rodolfo Sánchez Martínez during the Calibean Independence War to expel the troops of Castellán who had arrived several years ago in the territory. In addition to the fact that in the center there is a coyote on a rock howling, which means the call to fight for independence shown by Calibe's most significant animal, and the surrounding laurel bouquet means victory.

History

Coming soon...!

Political Divisions

Provinces

Calibe is made up of 23 provinces, which are listed below:

Post Code Name Foundation Date Capital Population (approximately) Also known as Mayor Note
CB 340XX Junto a la Costa 1482 Junto a la Costa 1,832,500 The City of the Eternal Summer Felipe de Jesús Quiroga Saldarriaga (PNC) It is considered the oldest city in the country, for its foundation in 1482 as a ranch, named for being next to the sea, or "Junto a la Costa" (Next to the Coast).
CB 341XX Santa Bárbara 1832 Ciudad Santa Bárbara 156,000 The Dino Islands María Laura García Sánchez (PMC) It is said that dinosaurs inhabited the islands of this province several years ago, which is why it is known as such.
CB 342XX Peña de la Loza 1812 Villa Los Remoños 728,035 Hax and La Segunda Francisco Bautista Pérez (PAC)
CB 343XX Del Alba 1879 Villa Del Alba 587,350 The Alba Islands Cristiano Vargas del Rosal (PNC)
CB 344XX De Calibé 1532 Sochapán Jiménez 1,482,000 Land of the Volcanoes Gonzalo Vázquez Bautista (PNC)
CB 345XX Axochitlán 2001 Axochitlán-Xochipantongo 843,000 The Axochitlan Caves Brayan A. Faustino (PNC)
CB 346XX Rey Samuel de Santoyo 1932 Villa del Carmen 732,450 The Appearance of Carmen Ximena de la Fuente Cañedo (PMC)
CB 347XX Tierra del Chipil 1998 Chipiltepec 318,350 The Chipilanes Lauro Tinoco Rodríguez (PRC) It arose as a result of the conflict with the now called province of Los Pegasos, however, years later it loses part of its territory, where Palmas del Oro was formed.
CB 348XX Palmas del Oro 2011 Cordillera di Oro 673,000 The Calibean Walk of Fame Alejandro Velázquez Espinosa (PNC) It is the most recently created province, after the territorial boundary conflicts with Tierra del Chipil, because of its different governments and decisions for the province, in the end, it was decided to become independent from that province, thus forming Palmas del Oro.
CB 349XX Los Pegasos 1486 Ciudad Zodiacal 611,750 The Zodiac Carmelita Remedios Pilares (PNC) It is where the city of King Ambriz, emperor and ruler of the Sochteca tribe was located, in it the zodiac signs were very recognized, which is why today the towns of this province bear the name or make reference to some zodiac sign or constellation.
CB 350XX Javier Abney 1628 Calibérpolis de la Independencia 1,489,000 The City of Opportunities Pedro Echegaray Gutiérrez (PNC) The most developed economic activity is mining, it emerged after the search for minerals in Nueva Castellán.
CB 351XX Río Verasyr-Frontera de Plata 1832 Las Anegas 932,405 The Silver Border Ricárdo Chong Taboada (PMC)
CB 352XX Pinos 1486 Koga 639,093 City of the precious stones Benito Cárdenas Ríos (PAC) It was founded the same year as Ciudad Zodiacal, it is considered to be the most beautiful and peaceful city in Calibé.
CB 353XX Paraíso 1930 Villa Paraíso 453,028 The City of Peace and Tranquility Yoshiro Wong Cristóbal (PNC) It is considered the best place to live, for its green hills and modern houses.
CB 354XX Agua Fría 1894 Agua Fría del Carbuncle 346,500 The place of the houses by the lake Alexander H. de Espinoza (PNC)
CB 355XX Miraya 1782 Ciudad Cuatro Ríos 551,108 The city with the four rivers Karen Hoyos Vázquez-Espinoza (PMC)
CB 356XX Alexandría 1631 Alexandría de Barrios 438,000 The city of the first kingdom A. Hugo Clavijero Vargas (PAC) It is the place where the first kingdom of the Sochtec civilization was located
CB 357XX Valle Verde 1782 Ciudad Ernesto García 578,200 The City of the Valle Verde Hero Bryan F. Robles (PNC)
CB 358XX Nuevo Fénix 1697 Ciudad Ave Fénix 217,500 The city of the bird that is reborn from its ashes María Anabel Arteaga Pilares (PNC)
CB 359XX Terranova 1963 Tierra Nueva de Sánchez 432,390 Sanchez Land Rodolfo Sánchez Martínez-Castañón (PNC)
CB 360XX General Angulo 1532 Ciudad Angulo 311,580 The city surrounded by canals Cristian Tovar Rodríguez Márquez (PAC)
CB 361XX Alta Moyica Norte 1937 Ciudad Los Reyes 89,300 The land of the kings Enriqueta Sámano Pérez (PNC) It separated from Alta Moyica (south) in 1937 after problems in its policies.
CB 362XX Alta Moyica Sur 1842 Punta Moyica 152,530 The land of opportunities Lauro Núñez de Luna Victoria (PAC) It was part of the Ardisphere territory until 1842 when Calibé's independence act was signed along with the Constitution of that year.