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|República das Ilhas Cariocas|
"Um pedaço de terra, um mar de esperança"
A piece of land, a sea of hope
|Official languages||Brasonian, Florescentian|
|• Regional languages||Tupi-Guarani|
|Nationalities||xx (42%), xx (45%), xx (7%), xx (3%), xx (2%), Other (1%)|
|Government||Federal Constitutional Republic|
|• President||Bruno Moreira|
|• Vice President||Tarugo Desterro|
|• Chancellor of Congress||Nerim Chagas|
|• Chief Justice||Aparecida Chagas|
|• Upper house||Senate (Senado)|
|• Lower house||House of Congress (Congresso)|
|• Estimate (2016)||TBD|
|Drives on the||right|
Cariocas Islands is a small oceanic country with 88875 square kilometers, formed by three islands and an islet. Colonized by Indigenous, its official language are Florescentian, Brasonian and native indigenous Carioca languages. The capital is Itacolomi on the west coast. The country is divided in five districts, and of these, only Itabi is not on the main island.
Of volcanic origin, the surface of the islands was covered with tropical jungle, facilitating colonization of the Tupi-Guarani accustomed to this environment. But, today, only a small percentage of the territory is still covered by native forest.
Cariocas Islands has been a major producer of cane sugar, but is moving toward modernization, with the recent discoveries of oil fields in southwestern country's coast. Fish production, however, also accounts for much of the production of the Islands.
The Cariocas Islands have a very mixed population. (TBD)
Cariocas Islands is a presidential republic, and the president is elected by a majority of valid votes. The current president is Bruno Moreira.
|City||Itabi||48.320||capital of the district.|
|City||Paranabi||80.590||capital of the district.|
|City||Piratiba||93.780||capital of the district.|
Foreigner Embassies in Cariocas
Cariocas Embassies abroad
|Country||Cariocas citizens living in||Ambassador||Since||Location||Notes|
|Neo Delta||230||1999||18 Kaddib Avenue, Malojdeh|
|Gobrassanya||78.300||1990||Gobras Blvd, (??), Gobras City|
|Onnutu||150||2010||Sirikikimi, 5, Leluwa|
|Ardisphere||4.100||1970||Paseo Inmigrantes No 10919, Barrio El Jaguar, Delegación VII, Villa Constitución, DF|
|Paxtar||890||2010||Calle Colega Sur 9, Sandego|
|Lallemand||4.200||1970||Embassy Road, 7, City of Mmeri|
|Samiloor||2.000||Nerim São-Manoel||2015||Ontu Street, (?), Carispoole|
|Goytakanya||3.000||Bento Carmelo||1990||Bulevar Araba 1, Kentral, Bhagurah||
|Suvuma||5.175||there is not one anymore||1920-1990||there is not one anymore||
|Kojo||130||2015||Fushaelmyung 3, Daiamondoshi-Pang, Pyingshum 1001|
Main article: ACT - Autoridade Carioca de Transportes
The main island has a modern network of highways, and passenger transport is done exclusively by bus. There are no railways in the country, except in Paranabi. Transport to the Itabi`s Island are by ferry and airways. To other islands, , only by ferry.
The main roads in the country are:
- Rodovia N-01: from Piratiba, far south, to Mirim Açú, crossing Itacolomi and Gragoatá
- Rodovia N-02: from Gragoatá, in center, to Iguatemi, far north, crossing Paranabi
- Rodovia N-03: from N-01 near Itacolomi, to N-02 near Paranabi.
The passenger transport is exclusively by bus in all the main island.
The Cariocas islands are very famous for its beaches. In Paranabi and around the Gulf of Itabi, the water is calm and shallow, receiving tourists all summer. In South, in the region of Piratiba, the attractions are the dive sites and underwater fishing. Monte Cruzeiro also attracts tourists all year long. But the main touristic point of the country is Rocas, an isolated atol in the southwestern point of the territory.
The islands have a good rate of schooling, with 73.9% of literate citizens. The country has a federal university, and five district Universities across the capital. The Technical Education can be simultaneously to Medium Education.
Main article: Football Leagues in Cariocas
The national sport is football and the national championship has three divisions with 20 clubs in each one. Annually is also played the Carioca Cup, open to all affiliated clubs.
Basketball, gridiron football and motor racing also got great interest of the population, but there are few clubs or associations of these sports in the country. Except by the Motorplex, a international autodrome north to Mirim Açú-GRG, in east coast, that brings so much visitors during the anual "24h Mirim Açú", a 24h-race to stock cars.