Fukota

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Great Khanate of Fukota
Erīcnüç Fügütäfök
Erinü Fükötâqk
Flag Coat of arms
Motto: Fükötâjö
With Fukota
Anthem: Qüq Föq Enü!
Hail our Great Khan!
Capital
and largest city
Cöqsü
Official languages Foeian
Recognised regional languages Buwcm
Ilurani
Demonym Föian, Foeian, Fukotan
Government Unitary parliamentary semi-constitutional elective monarchy
 -  Khan Üq Züqö Wuqŧn III
 -  President Züwuqŧn Zuqŧçm
Legislature Great Assembly of Fukota
Establishment
 -  Old Foeian Khanate 673 
 -  Foeian Khanates 1681 
 -  First Khanate of Fukota 13 June 1796 
 -  Foeian Civil War 30 November 1992 
 -  Second Khanate of Fukota 6 November 1994 
 -  Current constitution 5 October 1999 
Area
 -  459,653 km2
177,473 sq mi
Population
 -  2022 estimate 28,704,803 Increase
 -  2020 census 28,611,502
 -  Density 63/km2
163.2/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2022 estimate
 -  Total 413 billion
 -  Per capita 14,410
Gini (2022)27.5
low
HDI (2022)Increase 0.862
very high
Currency Foeian Zaqhm (ZQH)
Time zone SCT +2
Drives on the right
Internet TLD .oe

Fukota (Foeian:Fügütä; Fükötâ [ˈɸykœtɑ]), officially the Great Khanate of Fukota (Foeian:Erīcnüç Fügütäfök; Erinü Fükötâqk [ˈɛriny ˈɸykœtɑˀk]), is a landlocked country located in northern Vaniua. It is situated between Rolovian mountains in the north and Melkanchuta lake in the south. Fukota is bordered to the west by Khezan and Iluran and to the east by Vogia and Central Federation (Araman). Cöqsü is the capital of Fukota and also the largest city. The country has a total population of 28 million people. The Foeian language is the majority-spoken language in Fukota; other languages include the Vos language and the Ilurani language. Qasamist Zarasaism is the predominant religion in Fukota.

The territory of Fukota is considered the urheimat of the Vaniuan peoples. However, the ancestors of modern Foeians settled Fukota only at the end of the 1st century CE. Gradually, old Foeian tribes began to form on the territory of the settlement of the Foeians. This period of history is called Old Fukota. In the second half of the 7th century, all the territories of Old Fukota are united under the rule of the Great Khan Gāhg I. After the death of Gāhg I, the territory of Old Fukota quickly became part of the Tamir Khanate.

The local Foeian dynasty was destroyed by the Mahavic invasion in the 13th century. After the Sunrise Horde left the territories of Fukota, for a short time it again became a single independent state. However, it quickly became a vassal of the Great Horde. Interaction with the Great Horde and its people led to the period of the Foeian renaissance. With the fall of the Great Horde, Fukota entered the period of warring khanates. This period ended with the unification of Fukota into the First Foeian Khanate. (Civil and Foeian wars part). After the end of the war, an economic crisis and hyperinflation began in Fukota, and part of the territories were annexed by neighbours. With the adoption of the constitution in 1999, modern Fukota begins.

Fukota comprises 10 regions, Cöqsü City and autonomous Ilurani Republic. (economy part). Fukota is a member of IC (and probably something else)

Etymology

Tha name "Fukota" is derived from Fükö "Fukota (archaic), Melkanchuta lake coast" and suffix -tâ "country suffix, -land". Fükö is from Middle Foeian Fügö "Fukota", which is from Old Foeian phrase bǣ wwū "Father's land".

The name was first used in a small letter on a wooden tablet dated to the middle of the 3rd century CE: «ū bǣ wwū gū bōllm» - "I am a killer from the Father's land".

History

(WIP)

Prefoeic Fukota

Sasna Culture

Old Fukota

Gāhg I rule

Tamir Khanate

Sunrise Horde

Great Horde

Foeian Khanates

First Khanate of Fukota

Unification Wars

Foeian Civil War

Buw Revolution

Kúúlist Revolution

Foeian War

Modern Fukota

Geography

Geology

Climate

Biodiversity

Politics

Government

Fukota is the unitary parliamentary semi-constitutional elective monarchy.

Administrative divisions

The Khanate of Fukota is divided into 10 regions, 1 independent city and 1 autonomous republic.

Regions of Fukota

Regions of Fukota
Flag Subdivision Capital Population (2022 Census) Area (km2)
1 Coqsuflag.png
Cöqsü City
5,612,667 TBA
2 Aq2flag.png Aq Region TBA 211,022 TBA
3 Aq1flag.png Âq Region Uq 4,616,243 TBA
4 Fuflag.png Fü Region TBA 3,612,553 TBA
5 Koqflag.png Köq Region TBA 861,442 TBA
6 Maqflag.png Maq Region TBA 3,795,096 TBA
7 OEflag.png Ö Region TBA 1,122,506 TBA
8 Qoflag.png Qo Region TBA 1,108,115 TBA
9 Ruqflag.png Rüq Region TBA 7,306,882 TBA
10 Taqflag.png Tâq Region TBA 1,006,203 TBA
11 Uflag.png U Region TBA 661,177 TBA
12 IARflag.png Ilurani Autonomous Republic TBA 909,641 TBA

Foreign relations

Military

Economy

100 quintillion (10^20) zaqhms, the largest(?) denomination bill ever issued, 1995

Transport

Energy

Science and technology

Tourism

Demographics

Ethnic groups

Urbanisation

Language

The Foeian language is one of the Vaniuan languages, close to the Buwcm language, and both of them belong to the Foeic branch of the Vaniuan language family. It is the only official national language.

Ilurani, belonging to the Sylazic branch of the Vaniuan language family, is spoken primarily in the Ilurani Autonomous Republic, and has an official status in that territory.

The Buwcm language is widespread in northern central Fukota, mostly in Aq, Köq and Ö regions. Buwcm language has official status in Aq region

(Possibly some mixed languages)

Education

Healthcare

Religion

Culture

Heritage

Architecture

Literature

Art

Music

Theatre

Film

Cuisine

Traditional Foeian churchkhela from northern regions.
Shawarma is a very popular dish eaten all over Fukota

The Foeian cuisine is closely related to neighbouring cuisines and varies from region to region.

The most famous Foeian dishes are shawarma and churchkhela. Foeian cuisine also includes: lavash, dolma, yogurt, ayran, circassian cheese and circassian smoked cheese, lokum and ajika. Various sauces, fish, crustaceans, meat, fruits, vegetables and berries can also be added to dish. Most of recipies are derivatives from local traditions of small villages all across Fukota. Usually, dishes are served with some non-alcoholic beverages, most often, it's juice.

Sport

Symbols

See also