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The Humble Debayenan People's Republic of Lons
Sêtêv Vokêus Dêbaiênâm Usê ênLôns
Motto: "Înz âl pâlu rêkan, af âl odorê kumsan." ("To crackle in the sands, to burn on water.")
Anthem: êvLôns, mêm-êv dudûm êtêv viê
Capital
and largest city
Alesia
Official languages Lonish
Recognised regional languages Asmalish, Paluzavroran
Ethnic groups (2013) Lonish (82%), Ethnic Koklatean (13%), Azeri (2%), Other (3%)
Demonym Lonish
Government
 -  President Feês Havôn
 -  Vice President Gârdân Briktâz
 -  King of Kelik Rudlâm III
Legislature Parliament
 -  Upper house Grand Counsil
 -  Lower house Small Counsil
Independent
 -  Formation of the Kelik Kingdom 12th of February, 1378 
 -  Expansion to the Kingdom of Lons 23~26th of August, 1429 
 -  Formation of the Great Lonish Kingdom 2nd of June, 1663 
 -  Formation of the Debayenan Republic of Lons 30th of September, 1743 
 -  Formation of the Debayenan People's Republic of Lons 4th of December, 1924 
 -  Instatement of the Humble Debayenan People's Republic of Lons 16th of May, 1955 
Area
 -  1,425,684 km2
550,460 sq mi
Population
 -  2015 estimate 46200000
 -  2012 census 46084425
 -  Density 32.405/km2
83.9/sq mi
Gini (2012)48
high
HDI (2014)0.82
very high
Currency Lastinus (LLS)
Time zone SCT-2 (SCT-2)
 -  Summer (DST) not observed (SCTnot observed)
Date format dd-mm-yyyy, AD
Drives on the right
Calling code +54
Internet TLD .ls

Lons (IPA: //, Native language: êvLôns, IPA: //), officially the Humble Debayenan People's Republic of Lons, is a country located on the southern shore of the Western peninsula of Baredina. It consists of three regions, Lons, Koklates and Asmal, and several islands off the coast. It borders Azerin.

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