Kaatkukia

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CapitalDomajar
Official languages Kaatian
Recognised national languages Wamenan

Kaatkukia (Kaatian: X [IPA]), officially the X, is a country located in eastern Vaniua. The country is bordered to the southwest by Komania, to the south by Balakia, and to the east by Amaia. It is the homeland of the Kaatian people, a Vaniuan ethnic group, as well as the Wamenan people.

Etymology

The name of the country comes from Proto-Kashisan *kaθʉθa "big" and *kʉk, meaning river.

History

In 623, a man named Tamengdeng (modern Kaatian Tamiring), an early convert to Zarasaism, united 5 Kaatian tribes, thus founding the Kaatian empire. He was later known as Vúniyikat (great leader in Kaatian) . In 845, the empire was conquered by Baláhak.

Geography

Geology

Climate

Biodiversity

Politics

Government

The current president is Nüring [surname], elected first in 2012 and currently serving his second term. The current government was established in 2002, after the overthrow of the old Shohuan-backed Sannist government.

Administrative divisions

Kaatkukia is divided into two divisions: Kaatkukia itself and Wamena.

Foreign relations

Kaatkukia used to have good relations with Shohuan during the Sannist regime. The current government improved the relations with other neighboring states and Cerman.

Military

Economy

Transport

Energy

Science and technology

Tourism

Demographics

Ethnic groups

There are two main ethnic groups in Kaatkukia: the Kaatians and the Wamenans. Some Voont people live in the northeastern part of the country, near the Amaian border.

Urbanisation

Language

There are two official languages in Kaatkukia, Western Kaatian and Wamenan, and another regional, Eastern Kaatian.

Education

Healthcare

Religion

Kaatkukia is majority Zarasaism. During the Kuulist regime, theology was lightly phased out of schools, but this trend quickly reverted during the Sannist regime, which valued Zarasaism and traditional Kaatian and Wamenan culture.

Culture

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Art

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