|8, -46.880, 45.868|
Republic of Winn
"Great Rivers Great Bridges Must Cross"
May Her River Eternally Flow
and largest city
|• Regional languages||Lonish|
|• President||Martin Baleburgh|
|• Vice-President||Herman Stöll|
|• Total||38237.45 km2|
|Currency||Winnster Mearing (WMR)|
|Drives on the||right|
Winn is a republic in Antarephia. It shares a border with AN142f in the west, Lons in the north-west, AN146 in the north, Esterlon in the east, and Condeuva in the south. Additionally, the country of Saint Almath is a semi-independent nation within the country, nestled between Winn and Lons.
- 1 History
- 2 Politics
- 3 Geography
- 4 Economy
- 5 Demographics
- 6 Infrastructure
- 7 Culture
Winn is divided into 50 baronies, including Saint Almath, which despite being an independent country, is also a barony under Winnster rule. These baronies, except Saint Almath, are grouped into 8 national regions. Each barony contains a number of municipalities, as well. The national regions send representatives into the National Winn Senate, while regional government is done by the baronies.
|Flag||National Region||Regional Capital|
|50px||Island of Carann||Port Yearstone|
Baronies in Winn are much akin to typical provinces or states. Each of the baronies has its own regional government, capital and flag.
Each of the baronies is further divided into municipalities, typically up to 8 in each barony. These municipalities each have a mayor and a local council attached to them, which are elected every 5 years in nationally organized local elections. Some larger cities such as Giddham, Gidsmuthe, Stanley and Endry are split into multiple municipalities. The city of Ebbick is also split in two, between the island part of the city and the mainland.
The currency of Winn is the Winnster Mearing.
Throughout all of Winn, Ingerish is a spoken language. However, in northwestern baronies such as Poreswhilde and Binsly, Lonish is also common. Poreswhilde is officially classed as a bilingual barony. Additionally, despite not being spoken much at all, the area around Anghireston and Yearswall baronies has had sizable Gaerman influences, most notably through some placenames in the area. Similarly, Oldcross and Tourlingue carry some Franquese influence, although this is less noticable, for example in the name of Tourlingue barony.
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