Azey

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Republic of the Allied Peoples of Azey
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Capital
and
Phuc
Area
 -  805,237 km2
310,904 sq mi
Population
 -  2018 census 43 884 921
 -  Density 54.50/km2
141.2/sq mi
Time zone SCT+6

Azey, officially the Republic of the Allied Peoples of Azey, is a country located in core Parshita in eastern Miraria. It is bordered to the south and south-west by Tsagon. Hosting the location of the Ancient Darim Civilisation, one of the cradles of civilisation on Sahar, as well as the location of one of the independant inventions of writing, the region it claims as its own has a longstanding history dating back thousands of years. It shares a maritime border with Czisillia to its east.

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Azey is located on the northern shore of the Parshitan sea, sitting at its eastern extreme, and can be divided into 8 main geographical regions. These include the northern plains, the Kame mountains, the northeastern mountain chain, the Darim river valley (name pending), the eastern coastal lowlands, the southern peninsula, the (?) mountains which are located on the south of Azey's largest island (? island), and the (?) island's northern coastal regions. The most notable geographic features of the nation are the X river and the Y river, which trisect the nation from north to south, merging at the capital city of Phuc from which the X river heads south to the Puzi bay, ending halfway down the peninsula's isthmus.

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Azey has a fairly varying climate, being home to 7 different climate types, the majority of the country being subtropical. The peninsular region over to the tip of the nation's largest island is home to tropical climates, all being Aw (tropical wet and dry savanna) aside from the peninsula's southern tip which boasts an Am (tropical monsoon) climate. Aside from the area of the Kame mountains, the rest of the mainland from there up until about the capital city of Phuc is Cwa (monsoon-influenced humid subtropical) the remainder north of that and the remainder of ? island being Cfa (humid subtropical) bar the northern third or so of the island and the northeastern coast. The Kame mountains sport a Dfa/Dfb (humid continental) climate, with all but close to the peaks being hot-summer Dfa.

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