|Kingdom of Herdek
Location of Herdek on Sahar world map
|Government||Federal parliamentary constitutional diarchy|
|-||King||Tideve II of Dagha|
|-||Queen||Jendia VI of Mîlye|
|-||Prime Minister||Thaume 'Adiurek|
207,259 sq mi
|-||Total||1137.566 billion $|
|-||Per capita||32467.73 $|
|Currency||Soltennan Blossom (SBL)|
|Time zone||SCT (SCT-1)|
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Herdek (Herdwate: Hêrdek, /ˈhɛɾdək/), officially the Kingdom of Herdek, is a country located in western Miraria, on the shore of the Sea of Alpa. Its neighbors are Qgam to the north, Karduv to the south and Chalyl to the north-west.
The name Hêrdek comes from the Proto-Methic words hərtə, Land and təndə, Moose. Subsequently Hêrdek literally means Land of Moose. Several hypotheses have been made about the origin of the toponym. The most commonly accepted one is that the first steady inhabitants of the territory founded the first city of the modern country, probably in the south-central part of the modern Chatek, in a place with a very dense population of moose. Another theory affirms that moose were very important for Herdekians until Industrial Revolution, since they were an efficient mean of transport, that allowed goods and passengers to be transported to other cities, and were also a good source of food. Nowadays moose still have a great importance in Herdekian culture.
Herdek is a mostly mountainous land, with a mean elevation comprised between 500 and 1000 meters. Despite beng most areas are over 600m osl, many flat lands can be found, creating uplands where towns were built. Mountains higher than 1000 meters can be found on the eastern part of the country, along the Qgam border. There are two large plains to the nort-western part of the country, along the [country] border, and to the south-western part of the country, along the westernmost part of the [Country] border.
There are many rivers in Herdek. The two main international rivers are Smaa River, that borns on the easternmost part of the country and flows into the Woĝ Lake, and the [name] river, that borns in Karduv. The main internal rivers are the Nîme River, the Meda River and the Shuntive River.
Largest cities in Herdek
Ministry of Internal Affairs of Herdek
The main territory of Herdek is divided in 13 regions, each of which has its own capital and is subdivided into districts named after their main city, and districts are divided again into municipalities. Eventually, there could be also subdistricts or municipal districts, that are small groups of municipalities of second or third order (minor municipalities).
|Atidek||Tavedek||3,470,921||48,193.16||72.02||(7) Galfême, Jengurzêke, Siradek, Tavedek, Urahena, Vilek, Zuhe|
|Chatek||Chunda||1,940,965||83,030.87||23.38||(13) Adtêle, Chunda, Êtefma, Ghêntenda, Kênda, Kerya, Kêszek, Kîndwa, Mênkta, Migha, Nyêwana, Tîrpêhe, Ufehada|
|Fiudek||Zêfek||1,665,173||31,808.55||52.35||(4) Enkla, Rinmîa, Wia, Zêfek|
|Huzek||Hazifek||4,294,851||58,162.42||73.84||(6) Chasza, Hazifek, Kêgama, Mekta, Ridena, Uchek|
|Kudek||Kuteda||3,701,469||53,804.96||68.79||(10) Chanmênna, Ênsek, Kifage, Kuteda, Lukêzek, Maneda, Senira, Sutzek, Utpitha, Zuvêdek|
|Landek||Lughifa||2,718,843||31,702.65||85.76||(5) Ashlenda, Gêspeda, Lughifa, Mauvek, Mugêrze|
|Mayedek||Swêrgeda||1,585,150||21,460.70||73.86||(3) Îlêssa, Shêfek, Swêrgeda|
|Muthek||Muthighek||1,776,576||40,784.47||43.56||(6) Gêlda, Jumîra, Muthighek, Shînda, Yênkanga, Zakême|
|Naudek||Nurek||1,894,020||23,440.20||80.80||(4) Afek, Nurek, Siava, Tirugek|
|Ruthek||Rwinek||1,181,385||15,461.16||76.41||(3) Parsha, Rwinek, Vêffe|
|Tidek||Samêda||2,304,416||30,351.12||75.93||(4) Samêda, Sharîda, Swakla, Yussek|
|Yaddek||Yavidek||2,966,782||59,037.58||50.25||(8) Aumêda, Emnya, Êtzek, Kinklama, Mêshleda, Myêleda, Nwansie, Yavidek|
|Zêdek||Zefida||5,536,279||39,560.43||139.94||(6) Gafême, Kêtheda, Techivek, Wifek, Zefida, Special District of Timagha|
Herdek is a member of The Charter (Royal Charter for Economic & Cultural Cooperation in Northern Soltenna), a regional politico-economic organization. Herdek is also a former member of the Soltennan Council. It left the SC together with the member states of The Charter on 1st December 2017.
Economy in Herdek is managed and supervised by the Central Bank of Herdek, whose headquarters are in the Dagha Tower in Lughifa. Major incomes come from the secundary and tertiary sectors of economy.
Urban transport is managed by regional entities. In many cities, it consists in a net of subway lines and buses that connect all of the boroughs of the town.
Herdek can count with a wide railway net, mostly managed by Herchêgek. There are also High Speed Railway Routes, that connect all of the capitals with modern High Speed Trains. Trains are also produced in Herdek by [Name], mostly in the city of Nurek. Herdek can count also with a wide net of interurban and interregional streets and highways.
Ferry boats depart from many of the ports in Herdek (especially from the eastern coast to the islands). Internal transport (to the islands) is managed by [Name], while international transport is managed also by other companies. Cruise Liners only dock in and depart from the major harbours (Zefida, Rwinek, Hazifek and Tavedek).
Airlines and Airports
The main airport in Herdek is Zefida-Kasena International Airport. Other remarkable airports are Samêda International, Kuteda-Galkria Airport and Lughifa-Tadra Airport. The main airline is Huska Royal Airlines, whose headquarters are in Zefida. Moreover airplanes are produced by Matdaeke in Kuteda.
Science and technology
Herdekian government gives great importance to science, research and development. There are many research laboratories spreaded in the country, that stretch from medical laboratories to robotics laboratories. On Timagha Island, the Timagha Eye was built, a group of telescopes, including a huge radiotelescope, that probe the space. Herdek is well known also for its technology. Many computers and smartphones industries were born and still have their headquarters in important cities of the country. Moreover, the country is very active in engineering, especially train and aerospace engineering. The society [Name] was born in Nurek, and still makes trains (from Cargo to High Speed Trains), while Matdêke was born and makes airplanes in Kuteda.
Tourism is quite influent in Herdekian economy. There are many touristic facilities (hotels, restaurants etc.) all over the country. Favourites destinations include Zefida, Lughifa, Chunda, Hazifek and Samêda.
Herdekian culture is well known for being continuously changing and making new styles and trends. It is made by young people, who play a very important role in the development of the country both scientifically and culturally. Moreover, Herdekian culture is lightly influenced by other countries, whose culture is brought by tourists and immigrants, creating a mixture of different languages, ethnicities and cultures. Despite the highly innovative spirit of the country's culture, there are some traits of the culture that were kept as traditional and are still strongly felt. Herdekian culture is very influent within Herdek's surrounding countries.
Herdekian cities are a mixture of different architectural styles. Ancient and luxurious palaces are found before tall and light skyscrapers. The most ancient and wonderful buildings are found in Zefida (Kemyate Palace, domicile of the sovereigns, and others), Samêda, Chunda and Muthighek. The most well-known modern buildings and skyscrapers are found in Lughifa (Dagha Tower, Headquarters of Dagha Bank Ltd., the main banking and financial services company in Herdek, and Dagha Group Ltd.) and Hazifek.
Samêda and Hazifek are very active in film making. They have the two largest film studios in the country. Moreover, Samêda host the Samêda Cinematographic Spring Festival every year in may , where many stars, directors and screenwriters meet and win awards.