Ohania

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Realm of Ohania
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Capital
and largest city
Hikkalamoni
Official languages Shohuanese
Recognised
minority languages
Koman
Demonym Ohanian

Ohania (Ohanian: X [IPA]), officially the Realm of Ohania, is a landlocked sovereign state located in western Vaniua. With around X million inhabitants it is the ?th most populous country in Vaniua. Ohania is bordered to the west and north by Shohuan, to the northeast by Komania, to the southeast by Zinsha-Vogia, and to the southwest by Zhonesh. It is the homeland of the Ohanian people, a Vaniuan ethnic group. The country's capital is Hikkalamoni, X. Ohania is classified as a developing economy(?).

The Vaniuan alphabet is reported to have originated in Ohania, from which it spread across Vaniua through the influence of the Classical Ohanian language.

Sahar's X largest religion, Pauegism, emerged in Ohania. X.

The Ohanian Empire rose to prominence in the Xth Century, eventually expanding to cover large portions of modern day Shohuan and Xonqorot.

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Geography

Most of the country's land area, with the exception of the eastern third, is covered by the X Desert.

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Language

Ohanian Shohuanese is Ohania's official languages used in education, publications, announcements, and websites. It is mostly identical to the Shohuanese used in Shohuan but with some vocabulary differences. Many local dialects influenced by the now-moribund Ohanian language are spoken in Ohania, and though their base is Ohanian Shohuanese, their corresponding speakers have certain degrees of difficulty when trying to understand each other.

In addition the Koman language is spoken by a sizeable minority in the eastern parts of the country, and is officially recognised as a minority language.

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