Tomeria

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Commonwealth of Tomeria
Sandraltágmayl Tomërul
Flag Coat of Arms
Motto: With the Maker's Providence we thrive
Anthem: Ballad of the White Maiden
Capital
and
Belfair
Official languages Tomerian
Recognised regional languages Loic
Demonym Tomerian
Government Federal Constitutional Monarchy
 -  King Kív Bardon Dúbrok
 -  Chancellor Nastasya Kemria Thúl
Legislature State Council
Unification
 -  Unification of Tomeric Principalities October 13 1701 
Population
 -  2010 estimate 6,700,000
Gini0.725
low
HDI 0.84
very high
Currency Síga (₵) (TMR)
Time zone Tomerian Standard Time (SCT-2)
 -  Summer (DST) Not Observed (SCT)
Date format dd-mm-yyyy
Drives on the left
Internet TLD .tm

Tomeria (Tomerian: Tomërul [ˈtomɜrʊl]), officially the Commonwealth of Tomeria, is a country located in eastern Alpa. It is northeast of Sanmra, southeast of Arrym, and west of the North Sea.

The Tomeric people have inhabited eastern Alpa since at least the tenth century CE, which until unification in 1701, resided in various smaller kingdoms. In the decades following the formation of the new Commonwealth, Tomeria experienced a boom in wealth and trade. The population also increased significantly throughout the latter half of the eighteenth century, prompting expansion northward until King Evlär signed Decree of Disistance in 1814, to prevent potential conflict with Arrymian tribes.

Today, Tomerian maintains its cultural identity in a modern world. The native religion, Tamrism, plays a keystone role in the nations society, maintaining a common morality and sense of civil cooperation with over 90% of the nation being adherents. The monarchy shares power with an elected legislature, which in turn works with varying provincial assemblies. The country thrives of its oil, lumber, and fishing industries. Tomeria's government supports the United Tamrist Mission, a major charity that distributes medical and financial aid to needy families worldwide.

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