Asota

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Trans-Mirarian Republic of Asot-Sebn
Rmnat Asotany Sebnany
Seal of Asota
Flag Seal
Motto: TBD
"Together and One"
Anthem: TBD
"Upon our River Great" or "Great Sebn"
Royal anthemRmet, Gynyna
"To the King, My Lord"
CapitalLimve
Official languages Kovat (Sebanese)
Sebnese
Recognised regional languages Shohuanese
Demonym Sebnese
Government
 -  King Man Goten
 -  Queen Man Aman
 -  Prince Man Aten
 -  Prime Minister Orim Zolta
Population
 -  2015 estimate 43,194,239
 -  2018 census 43,512,922
HDI .801
very high
Currency Soltenna Blossom (SBL)
Date format yyyy/mm/dd
Drives on the left
Internet TLD .at

Asota and Sebanon (Country [IPA]), officially known as the Trans-Mirarian Republic of Asot-Sebn and often informally as Asota is a country located in Eastern Soltenna. Asota is bordered to the south-east by Mordar-Kovatia, and to the south by the disputed region of Solama and the Gulf of Sharkunen. According to the 2018 Census, Asota has a population of 43.5 million.

Etymology

The etymology of 'Asota' is debated by many linguists, however, it is believed that it comes from the now extinct Vorelic - 'Had Soetha', meaning low-lying land.

History

Kingdom of the Sebanons

Geography

Geology

Climate

Biodiversity

Politics

Government

Administrative divisions

Foreign relations

Asota maintains friendly relations with most Soltennan Countries via the Soltennan Council. Relations with Mordar-Kovatia have become increasingly strained due to the Solama Land Dispute.

Military

Economy

Transport

Energy

Science and technology

Tourism

Demographics

Ethnic groups

Urbanisation

In total, there are a total of 53 settlements with city status in the territory of Asota. The capital city, Limve is the largest city with over 1.4 million inhabitants.

Language

The official languages of Asota are Tyndal, Kovat and Sebnese. All government services are available nationwide in any of the official languages.

Education

Healthcare

Religion

Culture

Heritage

Architecture

Literature

Art

Music

Theatre

Film

Cuisine

Sport

Symbols

See also