Tsagon

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Kingdom of Tsagon
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Capital
and largest city
Hendzup
Official languages Tsagomro
Area
 -  Total 190,826.5 km2
73,679 sq mi
Population
 -  2017 census 29,444,529
 -  Density 154.3/km2
399.6/sq mi

Tsagon (IPA: /(t)səˈgɒn/), officially the Kingdom of Tsagon, is a country located in central Parshita, bordered by Curanezan and Shroziq to the west, Azey to the north and east, and the Parshita Sea to the south. The country's territory is divided into three regions: the northern mainland hinterlands, the central mainland coast, and the southern peninsula to the southeast across the Puzi Bay.

Tsagon lies in an area that has long been fought over between historical powers, including the Darim Empire in antiquity, successive Kame empires, and Shohuanese and Terminian colonial endeavors. In recent history, however, it has managed to maintain its independence despite the threats posed by the aforementioned global powers, largely through guerilla warfare tactics, in which the native populace is highly adept thanks to their familiarity with the local jungle environment. Today, Tsagon is governed as a monarchy, the current dynasty having ruled for (some number of years).

Tsagon is well known, as is the rest of the Parshitan region, for its incredible linguistic diversity, being home to (large number) languages belonging to four different macro-families, including all three branches of the Kame language family. Furthermore, it is the site of the proposed urheimat for the Paroan family of languages, to which the nation's primary language Tsagomro belongs.

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