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Fals Empire
Official Colours Insignia of the Ikolinian Imperial House
Flag Insignia
Anthem: None, though commonly
"Andiig üüzmeey, stroovit müüsmeey"
Come, ye daughters, help me lament
CapitalIkolinis
Official languages Saavdis
Recognised national languages Karakat
Recognised regional languages Terminian
Ethnic groups (February 2016)
Demonym Fals (Though more often by ethnicity)
Government Hybrid unitary approbative/elective monarchy and direct democracy, with thorough meritocratic elements
 -  Emperor Vaykir of Ikolinis
Legislature Imperial House of Congress (limited)
Establishment
 -  Declaration of a Fals Empire 1851 
Area
 -  1,393,001 km2
537,841 sq mi
Population
 -  February 2016 census 160,336,115
 -  Density 115.12/km2
298.2/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2016 estimate
 -  Total $2.291 trillion
 -  Per capita $14,290
GDP (nominal) 2016 estimate
 -  Total $1.681 trillion
 -  Per capita $10,482
Gini (2016)30
medium
HDI (2016)0.888
very high
Currency Imperial Silvercoin (Vüüttingi Kuulatrir) (VUT)
Time zone
Date format dd.mm.yyyy
Drives on the right
Calling code +30
Internet TLD .fs

The Fals Empire (Saavdis: Kuulatir Fals [ˈku:lɑtɪɾ ˈfɑls̪]) is an empire located around the Gulan Sea on the continent of Boroso. It is situated at the very centre of the continent, controlling the narrow passage of land that separates the northern and southern halves of the continent, and spreads across the entire coast of the eastern-laid Gulan sea. It is bordered to the west by the Fáknir Republic, to the south by Yakormonyo and the Confederation of Lower Boroso, and to the northeast by Qazania. The Empire also shares a land border with the Terminian Dominion on the island of Karela in the Arimizziya Sea.

The Empire covers an area of 750,072 km² and has a largely temperate climate, bordering the Mediterranean zone. With 143,088,469 inhabitants, it is the world's 5th most populous country. Its capital Ikolinis, has a population of 1,2 million, making it one of the smallest capital cities in comparison to the country's total population. The Empire is a -for the most part- a highly developed country, and is a total economic autarky.

Since the rigorous language standardisations of 19th century carried out by Emperor Mistar, the official and state language of the Empire has been the Ikolinian dialect of Saavdis, which is contemporaneously spoken by all its native inhabitants except for a number of rural regions and the Karakat Confederation.

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The Empire is a nation split in two by the sea, with it occupying most of the land on the north and south shores of the Gulan Sea, as well as controlling notable amounts of land on the coast of the Arimizziya Sea. Its position on both sides of the Straights of ??? puts it in an economically advantageous position, as it has the power to control the Fáknir Republic's access to naval trade routes to the east.

The Fals Empire, in its recently reduced form, can be divided into several primary geographical regions. What defines these and where the borders exactly lie are not widely accepted, with multiple different division schemes existing. The following will present the most holistic set of widely accepted major divisions, which include (roughly from North to South): The northern [[[?] Island]] (also called the [?] Peninsula) lowlands, said island/peninsula's montane regions, the North-Eastern Lowlands surrounding the [[Bay of [Laq?]]], the Northern Highlands (which contains the city of Detelx), the Northern Lowlands (which comprises nearly half of the northern half of the country, including the capital), the southern Coastal Lowlands, the Southern Highlands (the most mountainous region of the Empire), and the ??? Island (shared with the Terminian Far West). The large majority of these regions can be subdivided into several sub-regions.

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