|Motto: "Soped pu'Vágož"|
|Anthem: Köbëna h'u Mirozda h'u Röïnësöiia|
|Official languages||New Cobenan|
|Recognised regional languages||Iaskyon, Jutean, and Modern Garuhish|
|-||A President||Eńłaka Lajana Iövga Kas|
|-||B President||Oadina Soliš Łïzík Ekät|
|-||Maedim Union established||21 December 1911|
77,447 sq mi
|Drives on the||left|
Rovenia (IPA: /ɹoʊviniə/, New Cobenan: Rovinig, IPA: /ʋovĩn̪iɢ̊/), officially the Rovenian Union, is a country located in northeastern Baredina. It is bordered by Mlaken to the north and Garohe by water to the west.
- 1 Etymology
- 2 History
- 3 Geography
- 4 Politics
- 5 Economy
- 6 Demographics
- 7 Culture
- 8 See also
"Rovenia" came from the Cobenan word for the country, Rovinig, which came from the founder, Roinesoya, and the word for country, "Vinig". Rovenia was called the Madim Union (Vágož Mädí), for the historical name of the region, Mädínö
Rovenia is divided into 3 regions, each with 13 counties and territories. The westernmost region is Cobena (Köbënapëg), which has 9 counties and 4 territories Its capital is Cobena City (Köbëna). The central region is Mirozda (Mirözda), which has 11 counties and 2 territories. Its capital is Cofam (Köfâ). The easternmost region is Evanja (Evája), with 13 counties. Its capital is Cuionsi City (Bëna Cósi).
Before 1911, modern-day Rovenia was mostly isolationist, and stayed neutral on most things. After 1911, Rovenia decided to be a little more into foreign relationships, but not much. It tries to make friends, and stay out of conflict.
Science and technology
As an accepting tropical country with a dense population, Rovenia has a lot of tourism. The most popular tourism spots is Cobena City for its landmarks, and the entire region of Evanja for its beaches.
The official language of Rovenia is New Cobenan. It was created to combine the natural languages in the Rovenia area to make one national language, and became popular.