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|Kingdoms of Vanosha and Velmarsha
Palekňe Vnosči Velmarseza
|Motto: Gəśahə Keśamgə
May Thagha save us
|Anthem: He Hədaz Nem Śevosa
Oh Glory to the Land of Many Peaks
and largest city
|Government||Unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy|
|-||Upper house||Gožoć Marećňe|
|-||Lower house||Gožoć Təžećňe|
|-||Kingdom Proclaimed||December 7, 1749|
|-||Bâyaşim Dynasty||July 29, 1852|
|-||April Coup||April 29, 1942|
|-||Counter-Coup||January 3, 1943|
|-||Officers' Coup||September 21, 2006|
122,372 sq mi
|Currency||Vnosči Yasamper ($V)|
|Drives on the||right|
Vanosha, (Vanoshan; Vnosči /ˈvnoɕtɕe/) formally known as the Kingdoms of Vanoshans, Velmarshans, and Svercians or simply as the Kingdom of Vanosha-Velmarsha, is a constitutional monarchy that borders Lenezan to the West, Khezan to the South, and TBD to the North and East. Most of the country belongs to the Humid continental climate, and has a total land area of 316,941 km2 with a population of 16,480,932. The most notable geographic feature is Lake Mol, which is supplied primarily by the river Eba. Its highest point is Sanmaren peak, which rises to a height of 2617 m.
The dual-monarchy was formed through a personal union of the princedoms of Vanosha and Velmarsha in 1849. Several years later the union was solidified under the Bâyaşim dynasty in 1852, whose members originate from realms of modern day Balakia. In the late 19th century, Vanosha saw rapid industrialization as Prince Tamasym oversaw efforts to model Istore after Shanvan and Baran.
See also: History of Vanosha
Main article: Demographics of Vanosha
Most of Vanosha's economy benefits from its involvement with the agricultural sector, as well as steel and iron ore exports. Most of Vanosha's imports are typically industrial goods, as well as most importantly coal and energy. The economy has struggled due to the country's foreign policy which had isolated it from its neighbor Khezan and Vosan limiting much of its import routes due to this animosity.