|United Provinces of Natuliro
|Motto: “With wisdom we thrive”|
|Common second languages||Nevesh
|Currency||Natuá Gítsa Ekuo (NTG, EMU)|
|Time zone||+3 SCT|
|Drives on the||right|
Natuliro (Natua: Natuliró /na.tʉ.lɪˈɾo/), officially the United Provinces of Natuliro, is a country located in the north-west of south Baredina, however, it is considered to be part of Ekuosia.
The name Natuliró has been used a very long time, dating to the old Natuá empire. It is an contraction of Natuáás liró, meaning "Land of people". Its long name, "aNatuliró kóraan cíxo" means "united cities in Natuliró", since Natuliró is the name given to the territory, rather than any settlement.
Today, Natuliró's electric energy comes mainly from […];
Although electricity has reached virtually every part of the country, waterwheels are still effectively used by a big number of local workshops and factories in the countryside.
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The national language in Natuliró is the Natuá Language, member of the Tuic family. Along Natuá, Nevesh is widely spoken, and commonly taught as a second language. Other small members of the Tuic family are spoken in the remote zones of Órlip, The southwest of the main island, and Fen Koló.
Aside from the ones who practice foreign religions, tuyúút are currently not religious at all, however, since the ancient times, most of them have believed on the existence of some superior being who created everything because they felt inspired, and generally this entity gets the name of Áxutan, which means "great maker" or "Maker parent". The lack of canon about Áxutan have made the collective beliefs mutate in many ways with the passing of time, and often some foreign philosophies like Atruozan are incorporated to these. Many religious practices have emerged from Axutanism, although they are now uncommon and usually ignored these days.
There are people in Natuliró who practice some foreign religion, and they can come in many flavours: Iovics, Qurosists, Hungists, etc. Syncretism is also very common. There are not a lot of atheists since most forms of Axutanism don't interfere with any science, but the ones that don't have a religion or believe in any deity, are mostly agnostic.
Natuliró has been always notable for its musical heritage and for being a great breeding ground for innovations. Natuliró has many traditional rhythms, songs, dances, divertimentos, and lullabies. Contemporary musicians and composers like to make fusions of rhythms and musical theories from around the world.