Difference between revisions of "West Massodeya"

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<span style="color:white"> '''All mappers interested in collaborating, please go to [[OGF:Federal States/Collaborative States/Massodeya]] and [[OGF:Federal States/Collaborative States/Massodeya/West Massodeya]].''' </span>
 
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West Massodeya is a state located in the East Central Region of the [[Federal States]]. The capital and largest city is Caldwell City.
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West Massodeya is a state located in the East Central Region of the [[Federal States]]. It is bordered by [[Alormen]] to the north, [[East Massodeya]] to the east, [[Osaquoya]] and [[Tejoma]] to the west, [[Mennowa]] to the southwest, and AR120-34 to the south. The capital and largest city is Caldwell City.
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==History==
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A branch of the Transcontinental Railroad running from [[Huntington]] to [[Sierra]] was constructed through the state.
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==Geography==

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State of West Massodeya
West Massodeya
Constituent state ofFlag of the FSA.svg Federal States
CapitalCaldwell City
Largest cityCaldwell City
Official languagesIngerish
DemonymWest Massodeyan

All mappers interested in collaborating, please go to OGF:Federal States/Collaborative States/Massodeya and OGF:Federal States/Collaborative States/Massodeya/West Massodeya.

West Massodeya is a state located in the East Central Region of the Federal States. It is bordered by Alormen to the north, East Massodeya to the east, Osaquoya and Tejoma to the west, Mennowa to the southwest, and AR120-34 to the south. The capital and largest city is Caldwell City.

History

A branch of the Transcontinental Railroad running from Huntington to Sierra was constructed through the state.

Geography