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'''Mezka''' (IPA: /mezka/).  
 
'''Mezka''' (IPA: /mezka/).  

Revision as of 19:17, 10 February 2017

Mezka
Flag of Mezka Coat of arms of Mezka
Flag Coat of arms
Motto: Wekerdo eçareba bi hangan li
Anthem: Harnes te le saire li
CapitalYudarid
Largest city Waeke
Official languages Mesyar,Ghaaru
Recognised regional languages Aemus
Ethnic groups (Yet to be completed) Yet to be completed
Demonym Mezkan people
Government Democracy
 -  President Gulibis Lewafat
 -  Prime Minister Mekiles Misoefer
Area
 -  Total Yet to be completed km2Yet to be completed
Yet to be completed sq mi
 -  Water (%) Yet to be completed
Population
 -  2015 census 7,461,600
 -  Density Yet to be completed/km2
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GDP (PPP) Yet to be completed estimate
 -  Total Yet to be completed
 -  Per capita Yet to be completed
GDP (nominal) estimate
 -  Total Yet to be completed
 -  Per capita Yet to be completed
Gini (Yet to be completed)Yet to be completed
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HDI (Yet to be completed)Yet to be completed
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Currency Mezkan Lån (Yet to be completed)
Time zone Yet to be completed (SCTYet to be completed)
Antipodes Yet to be completed
Date format Yet to be completed
Drives on the left
Calling code +730
ISO 3166 code YET TO BE COMPLETED
Internet TLD .mz

Mezka (IPA: /mezka/).

Etymology

History

Prehistoric times

Establishment

Geography and Geology

Biodiversity

Government

Foreign relations

Economy

Transport

Science and technology

Tourism

Demographics

Ethnic groups

Language

The major languages of Mezka are Mesyar and Ghaaru.

Religion

In Mezka there are two major religions, Devotionism, practice by ~28% of the Mezkan people, The Faith of the Light, practiced by ~24%, and the folklore from Mezka or Yuantju, practiced by ~41%. Both Devotionism and The Faith of the Light were brought by the Bavkir Empire.

Culture

Heritage

Naming

Architecture

Cuisine

Sport

See also