: Ceâqar Pacamiâ.
|Motto: . Ge Asåga ukâmis.
Under God We Shine
|Official languages||Vosan, HGSS|
|Ethnic groups||Vos (48%)
Foreign heritage Residents (12%)
|Government||Federal parliamentary republic|
|-||Western Vaniuan tribes||100 CE|
|-||Qasam's Kingdom and Citirid Dynasty||520|
522,899 sq mi
|Drives on the||right|
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Vosan (Vosan: Afarac), officially known as the Western Federation (Vosan: Ceâqar Pacamiâ), is a sovereign state located in Vaniua. Spanning the northern region of the Golden Plateau and the eastern half of the Gulf of Sharkunen, Vosan borders Komania and Khezan to the east,Lenezan to the north, as well as Siyezan to the south. With a population of over 84 million citizens and a GDP value over US$2 trillion, the country's economy is the largest in Vaniua.
Vaniuan tribes have inhabited modern Vosan since the late Bronze Age, bringing with it animal husbandry and agriculture. Tribes originating from the Ridaz region, predecessors to the region's Jiuzemic, Mosuli, and Daskannic tribes, first inhabited Vosan in 1000 BCE, with it founding some of the oldest settlements in the country. In 500 CE, Jiuzemic tribes and chiefdoms who dominated much of northern modern Vosan were then unified under the rule of the Holy Ohanian Empire.
The country enjoys a largely diverse urban population, owing to its early adoption of globalist political policies. The nation is run mainly through the service sector, with a hefty manufacturing sector as a close second for economic production.
Vosan has several names it is known by. Its conventional long name, Ceâqar Pacamiâ, comes from "Over-federation in Western Vaniu." The conventional short name, Afarac, comes from Vosan afar pac, meaning "western country." The name Vosan, what most people know the country by, comes from the predominant ethnicity, the Vos, via Bosan (Bos-zan, -zan being a country suffix).
From a weak Ohanian Empire, Qåsam, disciple of Zarasa and skilled general, would establish the first Vosan kingdom, initially stretching from Ånevem to Zurtusaê, and later on encompassing Siyezan by 540 CE. After the death of Qåsam in 592, the kingdom would be split among his four grandsons, with Ṣeviêje getting what is now Khezan, Urijocis getting modern-day Southern Vosan, Citiri getting the majority of Vosan, and Êjiri receiving the modern-day Lenezi lands.
592 - 952
953 - 1567
1567 - 1800
1801 - 1823
1823 - 1927
1927 - 1999
The GDP of Vosan is estimated to be at around US$2 trillion in recent estimates.
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The recognized ethnic groups of Vosan are the following
- The Vos, most prominent in the north around the cities of Ånevem and Zurtusaê, making up about 48% of the total population
- The Hitagi, most prominent in the northwest around the cities of Tameyvah and Saṣoma, composing around 30% of the population
- The Thelem, a broad umbrella term which composes the following ethnic groups, being around 10% of Vosan's population
- Dalayuz, being the majority of the Thelemites, altogether being 6% of Vosan's population, making it a very sizeable minority
- A collection of immigrants and foreign-born residents, composing of the following ethnicities, making up the last 12% of the country's population
- The Awatese
The recognized languages of Vosan are:
- Vosan, one of two official languages, and is the most widely spoken, with about 61% of the population reported as being native speakers, and 31% of the population as being L2 speakers of the language.
- Hitagi, the other official language, and is the second most widely spoken, with 20% of the population said to be native speakers, and 68% of the population being L2 speakers.
- Darlayuz, a regional language spoken mostly in the south of Vosan
- Bashan, a regional language closely related to Khezian spoken in the east of Vosan, directly south of Khezan
There are many minority languages in Vosan, but the ones that are most prominent are:
A significant portion of the population of Vosan adheres to the Qasamist sect of Zarasaism, however in recent years there has been a surge of irreligion in the urban centers of the country.