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Location of Myrcia

The Socialist Republic of Myrcia (Myrcian: Folcyning Myrcia)) is an island nation which is located in the the Hesperic Ocean (Myrcian: Lagufæsten) off the north-western coast of Uletha. It lies 60mi (110km) west of Scandmark and 80mi (140km) south-west of Ingerland. The country covers around 1,188 sq mi (3,079 km2) with a population of just under 1,000,000 people. The official language is Myrcian but Ingerish and Scandic are also widely spoken.

The modern-day name Myrcia stems from the Myrcian language. The most common etymology states that the name comes from the words mærce (boundary / limit) and ria (island) as the island represented the last, major landmass before the wide Hesperic Ocean. Mercia, as an Ingerisation of the name, has fallen out of use since the Rihtwísness in the early 20th century.

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... that the city of Dunwic was chosen as the Ulethan Capital of Culture in 2008?
... that the Limn Landing exclave of Tigeria is only separated from mainland Tigeria by as little as 500 meters of territory?
... that Leresso has an official national tongue-twister?
... that in Glaster, suicide was punishable by death in from 1701 to 1704?

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Beautiful Port Ste. Marie in Ste. Marie and Ste. Helene made by Marcello
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