|Republic of Litvania|
Litvény sa poratujú! (Litvanians will rescue themselves!)
and largest city
|• President||Andrej Maliar|
|• Prime minister||Maria Lincová|
|• Upper house||Senat|
|• Lower house||Sejm|
|• Total||22763.44 sq. km km2|
|• Water (%)||to be calculated|
|• Estimate (2017)||6,500,000|
|• Census (2008)||5,000,000|
|• Total||$1.051 trillion|
|• Per capita||TBD|
|• Per capita||TBD|
|HDI (2016)|| 0.86|
|Timezone||+5:30 (no DST)|
|Currency||Litvanian Korona (λ) (LKR)|
|Drives on the||right|
Litvania (Litvanian: Litvensko, officially Litvanian Republic, Litvenská republika) is a lakeside country in North Central Uletha. It is bordered by Zalivnia to the west, UL180G to the northwest, Beldonia to the northeast, and Drabantia to the east. Litvania's territory spans 22,700km2, and is mostly mountainous. Litvania's population is estimated at 2,000,000, and consists of mostly ethnic Litvanians. The largest and capital city is Loravia, and the official language is Litvanian.
The Slevic tribes arrived and populated present day Litvania in the 5th and 6th centuries. Together with the Drabantia they united to create the first independant state, Gran Loravia. After the fall of Gran Loravia, Litvania became part of the Egalian Empire . The Empire later fell to an invasion by Drabantia, and they aquired Litvania as a protectorate of the Drabantian Crownlands. Later, the Egalians gained power again and enforced violent conversions of religion and banned the Litvanian language and culture to be practiced. Many items of cultural importance are destroyed in this period. The Egalians eventually settle down and Litvanians are allowed to speak their language again. In 1636 Litvania became part of a partially sovereign kingdom with Drabantia. Egalia loses control of the nation in 1641, and Litvania is now sovereign under the Wenceslasian Union. In 1721 Litvania peacefully secedes from the WU, and becomes a separate state. In 1722, the first series of meetings of the newly formed Parliament of Litvania take place, writing up and ratifying the Litvanian Constitution. Later, the region system is established, originally with TBA regions. In TBA the first railways are built. By TBA, the country joined the Assembly of Nations, and later the Ulethan Cultural Alliance.
Litvania has a high income advanced economy, an increasing and high HDI, with a very high standard of living, and performs well in civil liberties, human rights, press freedom, internet freedom, democratic governance and peacefulness indexes. Litvania has a free market economy, and citizens are provided with free healthcare, free education and the right to economic activities.
- 1 Etymology
- 2 History
- 3 Geography
- 4 Economy
- 5 Politics
- 6 International Relations
- 7 Transportation
- 8 Natural Resources
- 9 See also
- 10 References
Main Article: Etymology of Litvania
Where exactly the name Litvanian comes from in Ingerish is unknown, however is believed to be a simple transliteration from the Litvanian name of the peoples. Historians have done little research as to where the name comes from in the Litvanian language, but have come to a reasonable conclusion that it comes from the Proto-Syrillangan word for "peoples", lid. Variations of this name were first used by the Drabantians, as Lidvane, Lidvanie or Lidvaně. Surians also used the Ludvanye, Lydvanye or Lydvane names. The Litvanians themselves apparently later changed the d to a t for an unknown reason, believed to be under Egailian influence, who called them the Litvins.
Split of Litvania and Drabantia
Litvania lies between the 53° and 56° latitude parallels and between 85° and 88° longitude meridians.
The Litvanian landscape is noted for being primarily mountainous and hilly. The tallest mountain range in the country are the Micheny Mountains. They extend in a south-north direction along the center-west of the country, along with their subsidiary ranges, the Vesníky, Borovníky and Širava mountain ranges. The largest fertile lowland is the Central Litvanian Plain which extends almost 30km from the banks of the Bráh river. Forests cover over 45% of Litvanian land.
Other mountains ranges
Most of the rivers in Litvania stem from the mountains. There are no rivers that pass through, since all drain into the Egalian Lake. Larger rivers are: The Lorava, Bráh, Revnica, Výtra, Teplica, Litra, Leša.
The longest and largest river is the Lorava, which has its source in the Western Micheny's and flows into the Egalian Lake. The biggest volume of discharge in Litvanian rivers is in spring, when the snow melts in the mountains.
Naturally occurring features in the Litvanian landscape include mountains, caves, cliffs, and ridges. The country boasts many spas, ski resorts, medieval castles, towns, villages, churches. Tourists visit mostly from TBA, TBA and TBA.
Most of the country's towns and cities are built around castles or forts of some sort. Most of these are ANESCO Historic Sites.
Embassies of Litvania in foreign countries
Operating embassies of the country operated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs include:
- Winter Stræt/Grosvenor Plæc, Dunwic, Myrcia
- Operkai, Kirchenburg, Welstand-Westrijk
- 16 Vojtešská, Odrava, Drabantia
- Strængsgatan, S:t Ebba, Mynninghamn, Østermark , Litvanian port consulate: Råggatan, Trædgarten, Gråklosters
- Ebivore 6, Nekkar, Řots
Litvania is a developed Ulethan country with an extensive road and railway network.
There are 5 motorways; A1-5, and one expressway, E1. The A1 connects Loravia to Bajakovo, Nikolia; the A2 connects Kolin to Nové mesto n/Bráhom, the A3 connects Jankovar to the A1, near Tresanov; and the A4 connects the A3, near Vlno, to Loravia.
There are currently 8 bridges over the Lorava in the Loravia. They are (from upstream to downstream) Renov Viadukt (rail), Prvý Most, Nalachov Viadukt (rail), Nalachov Most, Nový Most, Klimeného Most, Klášterný Most, Lasockého Most, and Prístavný Most.
The city's road system is of a radial-circular shape. Lately, there has been an increass in road traffic, putting preassure on the road system, and forcing an expansion soon. There are about 150,000 cars registered in Loravia (about 2 inhabitants per car).
Loravia's International Airport is the main international airport in Litvania. It serves both domestic and international scheduled and unscheduled flights. It is located about 9km from the the city center. The current runways support all types of commonly used passenger, military and general aviation flights. It has been slowly gaining popularity within the country and has enjoyed over 12,000,000 passengers since it opened to the city as an international airport in 1995. Smaller airports in Litvania include Molburg International Airport and Jankovar Airport.
The Port of Loravia is one of 3 international ports, but is the only international river port in the country. It gives Litvania access to international waters, and even the Great Rift Sound through the river Ina. Tourism boats operate from the port to give tours of the northern part of the river. There are no bridges over the river below Loravia's port entrance. All crossing must be made using tunnels.
Due to Litvania's mountainous terrain, there is a number of resources that have been known to exist since antiquity.
- Areas of Litvanian administrative divions derived with polygon theorem. p.5 Andrej Lovik, The Geology Department of the University of Loravia.
- Litvanian National Population Census 2007. Retrieved September 19 2017
- Štatistické biuro LR
- It's also the longest motorway.