|8, -46.122, 43.289|
|Koklatean People's Republic of Lons|
Unlôn Koklatiêm Usâ Lôns
"Ûnzl pâlûz rêk, ofl hul kums"
Crackle in the sand, burn on the river
Pôr Ritiâl Hul êt Ûzit Prîskgêl Klir (For the Three Rivers and With a Great Key)
and largest city
|• President||Fehês Havôn|
|• Vice-President||Gârdân Briktâz|
|Drives on the||right|
Lons (Lonish: Lôns) is a republic in Antarephia. It shares a border with Westport Republic in the west, Auleus in the south-west, AN142f in the south, AN146 in the north, and Winn in the east. Centrally, the country's largest population centres lie around the Betli, Ughul and Tgitin river valleys in the west, east and north of the country respectively.
- 1 History
- 2 Politics
- 3 Geography
- 4 Economy
- 5 Demographics
- 6 Infrastructure
- 7 Culture
Lons is commonly divided into 3 key regions, one for each of the large rivers flowing through the country. These regions bear no governmental function, but commonly form the grounds for cultural differences within the country.
The country itself however, is divided into 10 provinces - each of which are further divided into counties, and lastly into municipalities. The country counts X municipalities. Because the Lonish constitution declares no provincial capital may hold any greater national position as a centre, the Lonish national capital Kêlik is not the capital of the province it's in (Ârkêv Êlvê).
Each of the provinces of Lons is divided into multiple counties. These counties have no governmental function, but serve as a boundary of the municipalities in which governmental personnel can be deployed. The workforce of the local government is centrally organized through the counties.
Each of the provinces of Lons is divided into multiple municipalities, which are an important local governmental body. Such municipalities are officially speaking grouped into larger counties, which form the pool of personnel each municipality can make use of.
The currency of Lons is the Lonish Lâstinûs.
There is a system of highways, Imêstur (Fast-road) around Lons. They're named I-XX, where X is a two digit number. If an Imêstur forks or temporarily turns into a Provincial road, they may also attain a three digit number.
Provincial roads in Lons are called Prîskstur (Great-road). They form a strong net, connecting most settlements. They're named as PY-XXX, where X is a three digit number, and Y signifies the province. Each province has a unique letter alotted to it to signify which province the Prîskstur is in.
Lons contains a decently sized railway network, servicing almost all major cities in the country. Primarily the large-distance routes are maintained by Lôniâv Hôbêlven (commonly referred to as LH), the state-owned public transit company of Lons, but other smaller companies operate on smaller local tracks.
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