|7, -22.447, 51.702|
|República Federativa de Luslandia|
|• Regional languages||Brasonian dialect, Belgravian|
|Nationalities||Luslandeses (90%), Belgravians (4%), Brasonians (4%), Others (2%)|
|Government||Federal Constitutional Republic|
|• Vice President|
|• Chancellor of Congress|
|• Chief Justice|
|• Upper house||Senate (Senado)|
|• Lower house||House of Congress (Congresso)|
|• Estimate (2017)||5.874.203|
|Currency||Prata Luslandesa (PL$)|
|Drives on the||right|
Luslandia is a country located in south Tarephia. Is part of the former Gran-Luslandia country, today only a historic region.
- 1 History
- 2 Administrative divisions in Luslandia
- 3 Foreigner Relations
- 4 Transportation
- 5 Sports
The first evidences of civilized occupation in Luslandia region are about 1495. This year, ships from Florescenta companies, lost in sea storms, reached the coast where currently is located Alcântara, possibly after passing through Latina coast and Brasonia, creating a village there in the same year.
Flags of first level in Luslandia
The flags of first level in Luslandia follow a standard. They may use different colours, but always with the same badge shape but different stuff, according each province.
- Alcântara/ Capital Nacional uses the red cross, same badge in the national flag, symbolizing the strong religion presence;
- Boavista uses the blue eagle, symbolizing the pursuit of horizonts;
- Campo Maior uses the tree, symbolizing the agriculture;
- Monte Castelo uses the red lion head, symbolizing the bravery;
- Serramar uses an old ship, symbolizing the search of new lands by florescentians and luslandeses.
Administrative divisions in Luslandia
Luslandia is divided in four provinces (províncias) and one special area (the national capital district). Each province is divided in counties (comarcas); and each county, in cities or towns. In Luslandia, only the capital places of each province and a few other ones have the status of "city". Also there is a special administrative status to Alcântara, the national capital, separeted out of any province, divided in twelve boroughs (distritos).
|Administrative divisions in Luslandia|
|Country||Province / Província||County / Comarca||City/Town (Population)||Mapping/ Link||Notes|
| Campo Maior
| Monte Castelo
|Sta.Cruz do Norte||
Alcântara is the national capital of Luslandia. The city was founded siding the bay, but its suburbs was set up to the river. (TBD)
Monte Cedro is the capital and second bigger city in Monte Castelo province.
Historically, it was a "resort city" to luslandese and even florescentian governors since florescentian period. It is located in the montainous woods of Serra Grande, in a protected and strategic position to the country and historical region. (TBD)
Currently, the economy of the city is based in historical tourism, textile industry and once by year, a traditional stock car racing in the old streets.
The motorways system in Luslandia is separated in three services:
- N (Nationals) from a province to another;
- R (Regionals) inside a province.
- P (Privatizadas) Toll roads, be it national or regional;
There are special status to GL-001, the historical first road link between Alcântara and Campo Verde, when these capitals was only the most important cities in the same country, and also to the main roads in and around Alcântara.
|Road Ref||From||To||Main Exits||Remarks|
|Alcântara-CN||Melusine-BV (Brasonia boundary)||The most important road link between Luslandia and Brasonia|
|Alcântara-CN||Galvêz-SM (Brasonia boundary)|
|Alcântara-CN||Lagoa Dourada-CM (Latina boundary)|
|Alcântara-CN||Sta.Cruz do Norte-MC||
|Monreal-BV/||Leões-BV ( Brasonia boundary)|
|Descobrimento-SM||Lucena-SM ( Brasonia southern boundary)|
|Algeciras-SM/ R05||Galvêz-SM ( Brasonia boundary)|
|Rio do Mar-CM||Rio Quente-CM/|
|Monte Cedro-MC||Palacetes-MC ( Brasonia boundary)|
|Carmo do Leste-MC ( Belgravia boundary)||Panceiro-MC ( Latina boundary)||
||Very important road, this motorway links Latina to Belgravia|
|Sta.Cruz do Norte-MC ( Latina boundary)||Pardais-MC ( Belgravia boundary)|
|Agrolongo||Connecting Agrolongo city to;|
|Western suburbs/||Eastern suburbs/||
||The Alcântara Bypass Highway|
|Vila Raquel/||G.Jobim ✈ Airport/||N/A|
|Downtown/||G.Jobim ✈ Airport/||
|Vila Raquel/||Cid.Nova/||N/A||Extension to/ Parallel to|
Buses are the main transportation in Luslandia, be it in urban areas or medium/long distance routes.
Despite operated by private companies, the buses in local or metropolitan routes uses standard livery with the colours of the province where is operating.
|Aerop.Intl.Alcântara (Alcântara-CN)||Luslandia||Aerop.Intl.Galvêz (Galvêz-SM)||(TBD)||Brisa||(TBD)|
|Aerop.Intl.Tamarília Azul (Lagoa Dourada-MC)||(TBD)||Brisa||(TBD)|
|Aerop.Intl.Sta.Cruz do Norte (Sta.Cruz do Norte-MC)||(TBD)||Brisa||(TBD)|
Ports and Ferries
The major port in Luslandia is located in Alcântara seaside, but also there are ones not so important in Lagoa Dourada-CM and Porto dos Gansos, in Nova Blumenau-BV. There are ship repair facilities close to Alcântara port.
Alcântara is the only place in all Luslandia and even in all the Gran Luslandia region countries where ferries are used as an important transportation.
Football is the only sport that Luslandia get its "own" national league. Basketball, Gridiron, Rugby, Motorsports and Athletics are played in "multinational" leagues and championships including teams and players from Brasonia and Belgravia.
The Gran Luslandese Geolympic Comitee is located in Alcântara-CN, of course managing sports also in Brasonia and Belgravia.
The national leagues are played in three levels.
|Bendito Futebol Clube||Alcântara-CN||Red/ White||Arena Central (20.500)||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Futebol Clube Valverde||Alcântara-CN||Green/ Black||Valverde (40.500)||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Sporting Club Luslandia||Alcântara-CN||Green/ Garnet||dos Arcos (25.000)||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Football Club (FC) Capital||Alcântara-CN||Blue/ White||Contorno (27.800)||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Futebol Clube de Agrolongo||Agrolongo-MC||Black/ Light Blue||Barão da Penha (25.000)||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Real Total Football Club||Santa Cruz do Norte-MC||Black/ White||1o de Janeiro (23.500)||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Monte Cedro Football Club||Monte Cedro-MC||Green/ Black||Arena da Serra (38.000)||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Gonçalésia Futebol Clube||Gonçalésia-MC||Green/ Blue||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Grêmio Desportivo Galvêz||Galvêz-SM||Yellow/ Black||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Clube de Futebol de Bragança||Bragança-SM||Blue/ Red||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Clube Recreativo de Lagoa Dourada||Lagoa Dourada-CM||Gold/ Blue||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Clube Nacional de Futebol||Lagoa Dourada-CM||Red/ White||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Sporting Club de Pombal||Pombal-BV||Green/ Black||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Boa Vista Football Club||Sarandi-BV||Green/ Yellow||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Grêmio Esportivo Monreal||Monreal-BV||Black/ Blue||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Futebol Clube (FC) Leopoldina||Leopoldina-BV||Light Blue/ White||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Esporte Clube (EC) Central||Melusine-BV||Black/ White||Thiago Moreira (15.500)||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Futebol Clube (FC) Florescenta||Green/ Garnet||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Futebol Clube (FC) Algeciras||Algeciras-SM||Green/ White||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Arsenal||Primeira Liga (top tier)|
|Clube Desportivo de Flores||Liga Nacional (2nd tier)|
|Valentes (FR) Futebol e Regatas||Alcântara-CN||Navegantes (12.000)||Liga Nacional (2nd tier)|
|Atalante (CP) Clube Poliesportivo||Alcântara-CN||Liga Nacional (2nd tier)|
|Sociedade Esportiva Internacional||Liga Nacional (2nd tier)|
|Lucena||Liga Nacional (2nd tier)|
|Clube de Futebol de Penafiel||Liga Nacional (2nd tier)|
|Concórdia||Liga Nacional (2nd tier)|
|Blumenau Elf||Blumenau-BV||Liga Nacional (2nd tier)|
|Expresso||Liga Nacional (2nd tier)|
|Capote||Blue/ Orange||Liga Nacional (2nd tier)|
|Liga Nacional (2nd tier)|
|Liga Nacional B (3rd tier)|
|Liga Nacional B (3rd tier)|
Gridiron Football also is one of the most popular sports in Luslandia. Despite there is not a national league in the country, there are three teams playing in continental leagues. Alcântara Zenith, from Capital Nacional, is the most successfull one, sponsored by a bank and with its own stadium.
Lagoa Dourada TBD and Monte Cedro Avante tbd tbd tbd tbd tbd tbd tbd tbd tbd tbd tbd tbd tbd tbd tbd
- Test.JPGLagoa Dourada TBD
|Agrolongo Campestre||Agrolongo-MC||map||Liga Nacional (top tier)|
|Alcântara Diplomatas||Alcântara-CN||map||Liga Nacional (top tier)|
|Alcântara Nacional||Alcântara-CN||map||Liga Nacional (top tier)|
|Jaguares||Liga Nacional (top tier)|
|Trator||Liga Nacional (top tier)|
|Gladiadores||Liga Nacional (top tier)|
|Virtus Juventus||Liga Nacional (top tier)|
|Liga Nacional (top tier)|
|Liga Nacional (top tier)|
|Liga Nacional (top tier)|
One of the most important swimming centers in Tarephia is located in Alcântara-CN[. (TBD)