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|regional_languages = [[Faźul language|Faźul]], [[Qyzyd language|Qyzyd]], [[Sarkiki language|Sarkiki]], [[Sheisho language|Sheisho]], [[Mutal language|Mutal]], [[Kasel language|Kasel]]<!--Languages recognised or associated with particular regions within the country/territory-->
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===Language===
 
===Language===
[[Juhash language|Juhash]] is the official and predominant language in Juhashka. In addition to Juhash, other languages native to Juhashka include [[Faźul language|Faźul]], [[Kasel language|Kasel]], [[Mutal language|Mutal]], [[Qyzyd language|Qyzyd]], and [[Sheisho language|Sheisho]]. Like Juhash, these minority languages are all [[East Mahavic languages]]. [[Sarkiki language|Sarkiki]] is spoken in [[Sarkik]], an archipelago administered by Juhashka.
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[[Juhash language|Juhash]] is the official and predominant language in Juhashka. In addition to Juhash, other languages native to Juhashka include [[Faźul language|Faźul]], [[Kasel language|Kasel]], [[Mutal language|Mutal]], [[Qyzyd language|Qyzyd]], and [[Sheisho language|Sheisho]]. Like Juhash, these minority languages are all [[East Mahavic languages]]. [[Agyur language|Agyur]] and [[Sarkiki language|Sarkiki]], are both spoken in the autonomous administration of [[Sarkik]]. Sarkiki, belonging to the [[Milevic languages|Milevic language family]], is the only non-Mahavic language recognised in Juhashka in any official capability.
  
 
===Education===
 
===Education===

Revision as of 20:06, 22 October 2018

Republic of Juhashka
Flag of Juhashka Emblem of Juhashka
Flag Emblem
Capital
and largest city
Kahat
Official languages Juhash
Recognised regional languages Faźul, Qyzyd, Agyur, Sheisho, Mutal, Kasel
Demonym Juhashkan, Juhash
Legislature Huntuq
Area
 -  Total 1,002,209 km2
386,955 sq mi
 -  Water (%) 1.5
Population
 -  2015 estimate 17,269,613
 -  2012 census 16,426,878
 -  Density 17.23/km2
44.6/sq mi
GDP (nominal) estimate
 -  Total $228.977 billion
 -  Per capita $13,259
HDI (2015)0.791
high
Time zone (SCT+6)
 -  Summer (DST) not observed (SCT)
Date format dd/mm/yyyy
Drives on the right
Calling code +47
Internet TLD .ju

Juhashka (Juhash: Juhaška Juhaška [d͡ʒu'hɒʃ.kɒ]), officially the Republic of Juhashka, is a country located in northeastern Miraria, bordered by Faźulavaz to the north, Eliposi to the west, Sucaelia and Caelys to the south, and the East Sea to the east.

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Juhash is the official and predominant language in Juhashka. In addition to Juhash, other languages native to Juhashka include Faźul, Kasel, Mutal, Qyzyd, and Sheisho. Like Juhash, these minority languages are all East Mahavic languages. Agyur and Sarkiki, are both spoken in the autonomous administration of Sarkik. Sarkiki, belonging to the Milevic language family, is the only non-Mahavic language recognised in Juhashka in any official capability.

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