Lutécia

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Lutécia
Kingdom of Lutécia
FlagCoat of arms
Motto:
"Libre comme des oiseaux, dur comme la terre"
Free like the birds, hard as the earth
Location of Lutécia (red) shown in Archanta (green)
Capital
and largest city
Aparderien
Official languagesFranquese, Ingerish
DemonymLutécian
GovernmentUnitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy
 • Queen (La Reine)Francisca Corres
 • Prime MinisterLemmeon Rovane
LegislatureParlement
 • Upper houseSénat
 • Lower houseChambres du Peuple
Area
 • Total60263.25 km2
23267.77 sq mi
 • Water (%)c. 1.9
Population
 • Estimate (2019)9,800,000
 • Density162.62/km2
421.19/sq mi
HDI (2019)0.800
high
Timezone+8
CurrencyAmbré (Æ) ((AMB))
Internet TLD.lt

Lutécia or the Kingdom of Lutécia or colloquially known as Lutéce is a constitutional monarchy located near the westernmost point of Astrasia. It is a primarily Franquese-speaking country with a notable Ingerish cultural presence on the northern coast.

The Head of State of Lutécia is the King or Queen but after many years of reform, most of the country's power lies within the government and parliament.

Lutécia borders Kenladia, Elixity and Esperantio to the west, Ôrlé to the north, Skadal, Westland and Ambrosia to the east.

The capital and the largest city by population is Aparderien, followed closely by Port Baie-Roulante.


History

Government

Geography

Administrative Divisions

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Lutéce is divided into multiple 'departments' which are then further divided into districts. There are nine departments in Lutéce.

Flag Name Capital Population Area
XX Zone Capitale-Nationale Aparderien c. 1,800,000 XX
XX Earnestland Newdelen c. 340,000 XX
XX Département des Seigneurs Merbord c. 120,000 XX
XX Département du Basfleuve Castamére c.1.650,000 XX
XX Département des Sonsblancs Toussaint c. 300,000 XX
XX Département de Ouest-Hamiscoux Andelli c. 600,000 XX
XX Le Département Centralece Carrate c. 890,000 XX
XX Département de Deveraux Port d'Espoir c. 1,200,000 XX
XX Département Mayon Placéglises c. 3,000,000 XX

Demographics

Culture