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'''Kharagirit''' (<small>Kharagiri:</small> ''Kharagirit'' [[Language#Phonology|[IPA]]]), officially the '''Realms of the Court of Aragre''', is a country located in [[Atsiq]].<!-- add the country's geographic location, name its neighbours (if any) --> <!--Briefly present the country in terms of history, language, politics, something the country is well-known for. -->
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'''Kharagirit''' (<small>Kharagiri:</small> ''Kharagirit'' [[Kharagiri language#Phonology|[χɑɻχəɻi:t]]]), officially the '''Realms of the Court of Aragre''', is a country located in [[Atsiq]]. It is a parliamentary monarchy that shares a dynasty with [[Kepeshte]] and goes back to the Court of Aragre, one of the most powerful vassal states during the heyday of the [[Osveraali Empire]]. Its culture has been strongly influenced by Shyoria. Its location has made it one of the most internationally involved Atsiq nations; most of the Nagu and Dragon Sea trade goes through Kharagirit ports. This cosmopolitan attitude has made the country a popular destination for tourists from outside Atsiq, which is only helped by the traditional lack of anti-human sentiment that is otherwise typical for much of southern Atsiq.  
  
 
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Kharagirit

Kharagirit (Kharagiri: Kharagirit [χɑɻχəɻi:t]), officially the Realms of the Court of Aragre, is a country located in Atsiq. It is a parliamentary monarchy that shares a dynasty with Kepeshte and goes back to the Court of Aragre, one of the most powerful vassal states during the heyday of the Osveraali Empire. Its culture has been strongly influenced by Shyoria. Its location has made it one of the most internationally involved Atsiq nations; most of the Nagu and Dragon Sea trade goes through Kharagirit ports. This cosmopolitan attitude has made the country a popular destination for tourists from outside Atsiq, which is only helped by the traditional lack of anti-human sentiment that is otherwise typical for much of southern Atsiq.

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