|7, -49.142, 139.230|
|Province of Triaquia|
Province de Triaquie
|Official languages||Franquese (90%)|
|Demonym||Triaquian / Triacks (natives)|
|• Total||101,394 km2|
|HDI (2016)|| 0.7|
- 1 Etymology
- 2 Geography
- 3 History
- 4 Population
- 5 Culture
- 6 Government
- 7 Economy
- 8 Links
The name of the Triaquia comes from the native tribe living in this region and called the" Triaques / Triacks".
Triaquia is surrounded by the Ardentic Ocean and the Province of Wiercie in the East, the Province of AR045 07 in the North, Karvaland, Kovatany and Xsegunis in the West and by the Province of Honneska in the South. Its coast is located on the Bay of ...., where the Éfée River flows into.
The Éfée River finds its source in AR056a in ([] the Lake Éfée) and ends its course in an estuary before reaching the ocean waters. Its importance to carry the resources led the first pioneers to build Belmont, the bigest provincial harbour on its bank.
Three main tributary rivers feed the Éfée :
The East part of the Province is occupied by plains and hills (e.g. Collines d'Éfée). The Collines d'Éfée are part of a very old mountain system erected hundred of millions years ago and now very eroded and largely covered by younger sediments. The West part of the country is occupied by large and recent mountains, the Varosian mountains. They reach the height of ~4500 meters.
The official language of the Province is Franquese, spoken by 90% of the population but Galician and Ingerish speakers can be found in big towns and along Wiercie provincial border. In some areas, the original indigenous languages spoken before franquese colonisation are still locally spoken. A Xsemek minority in the province of Deux-Rives is also present.
The majority of the population was christian catholic.
Cultural and natural heritage
The Province is divided into 7 Municipalities. The smallest is the Municipality of Belmont, the largest is by far the Municipality of Grandvaux. It has been suggested to break up the Municipality of Grandvaux into two new separate Municipalities ; the second would have Le Sagnet as capital.