Kalinova

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United Kingdom of Kalinova

Соеднене Коꞃілстƿо Калиноƿії
Flag of Kalinova
Flag
Coat of Arms of Kalinova
Coat of Arms
Motto: Миꞃ і Достаток
"Peace and Abundance"
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Location of Kalinova in Adonia
Capital
and largest city
Malynohorod
Official languagesKalinovan
Ethnic groups
87% Kalinovan
13% Other
Demonym(s)Kalinovan
GovernmentFederal parliamentary constitutional monarchy
• Monarch
Tsar Kazimir IX Razumkhin
• Premier
Stanislav Irtyshkin
LegislatureParliament
Council of Nobles
Council of Commons
Constitutional history
882
1436
1642
1668
Area
• Total
4,526,519 km2 (1,747,699 sq mi)
Population
• 2016 estimate
235,378,988
• 2016 census
235,378,988
• Density
52/km2 (134.7/sq mi)
GDP (PPP)2016 estimate
• Total
₭7.608 trillion
• Per capita
₭32,324
HDI (2016)0.901
very high
Currency(£) Loneyk (KAL)
Time zoneTBC
Date formatmm.dd.yyyy CE
Driving sideright
Internet TLD.ka

The United Kingdom of Kalinova (Kalinovan: Соеднене Коꞃілстƿо Калиноƿії, Soyednene Korilstvo Kalynoviyi), also known by its common name, Kalinova (Kalinovan: Калиноƿa, Kalynova), is a country in south-eastern Illypnia , it borders Breisland to the west, ... . With a total area of over 4 million square kilometers, it is the ... largest country in the world, and with a population of over 235 million, it is also the ... most populated country on Adonia.

The beginnings of Kalinova can reach far into ancient history with ancient <Turkic> civilizations sprouting along the various river valleys. The largest of such was the Batukha people, who settled in the ... mountains. In the 6th century AD, <Slavic> peoples arrived from the north, forcing the <turkics> from the land. Various <Slavic> tribes were settled, primarily in western Kalinova. By the 10th century, these tribes adopted a feudalistic system of government. Subsequently, many states arose vying for power. One such city, Malynogorod, became gradually more powerful until, in the 14th century, most of western Kalinova was brought under control of the Duke of Malynogorod. In 1436, Tsar Yaroslav the Great established the Duchy of Malynogorod as a new empire, the Kalinovan Empire. From the period between the 15th and 19th centuries, Kalinova expanded east, taking over various peoples which were eventually assimilated into the Kalinovan culture.

In the 19th century, the Industrial Revolution began in Kalinova. The population gradually moved into the major cities, especially in the east. By the 20th century Kalinova had one of the largest economies in the world, with Kalinovan products found in markets around the world. By the 1930s ... GAW shiz... . In the 1960s, after the Cherniv incident, Kalinova engaged in a short conflict with <>. After Kalinova's victory, Kalinova saw a period of peace that continues to this day.

After the war, Kalinova began shifting to a service-based economy, improving its gross-domestic product and, with abundant natural resources and manufacturing sectors, becoming one of the most diversified economies in the world.

Kalinova is today considered a global power, with a military and navy capable of expanding influence around the world. Once a nuclear power, domestic pressure and an international agreement led to the destruction of all of Kalinova's nuclear weapons. Closely allied with ... , Kalinova had great influence in the establishment of the Adonian Community, ... . Today, Kalinova is a member of ... .


Etymology

The name "Kalinova" comes from the Kalii River which is found in Kalinova. Much of Kalinovan culture is centered around the river. The name "Kalii" itself is unknown, but could be linked to the red vibernum, (Kalyna). This perhaps comes from the fact that the red vibernum was abundant in the area that the Kalinovan culture originated, and has even become a national symbol of Kalinova.

History

Ancient Kalinova

Prehistoric Kalinova was mainly marked by a period of nomadic activity. <culture> from <lel> hunted game in Kalinova, occasionally setting up temporary villages. By the 2nd century before the common era, permanent cities began sprouting along the Kalii River, mostly by the Batukha people, who were most likely <Turkic>. These cities were walled and even traded with other regions, especially ... and ... . The Batukhas developed a sophisticated civilization, with their own unique art and writing style. For unknown reasons, though speculated to be due to drought or famine, these cities were abandoned and many of those who survived calamity returned to a nomadic lifestyle. Before the 6th century of the common era, Kalinova was mostly inhabited by <culture> from <lel>, but most were expelled by invading Slavs from the north. By the 8th century, the culture makeup of Kalinova was mostly homogeneous, especially in the west.

Tribal Kalinova

After the Slavic invasion of Kalinova during the 6th century, the <Turkic> peoples of Kalinova were expelled, and many Slavs settled in cities previously abandoned by the Butakha people.

Duchy of Kalinova

Depiction of medieval Malynogorod

Kalinovan Empire

The Great Turmoil

Radymir Yurevsky, the Gubernator of the Commonwealth of Kalinova

Post-Turmoil

Early Modern Era

Great Adonian War

Post War

Geography

Kalinova borders Breisland to the west... One of the largest nations on Adonia, Kalinova has a land area of over 4 million square kilometers.

While Kalinova is mostly flat, with the South Illypnian Plain stretching across most of the country, central Kalinova is much more hilly, with mountains in the north. Kalinova's highest point is at 2,760 meters, Mount Korchyk, while it's lower point is in Lake Zeleny, whose seabed is nearly 200 meters below average sea level.

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Dominated by a temperate climate, most of Kalinova is in the ... . Most of Kalinova is covered by dense forest, with pinewood forests dominating in the south and eastern regions.

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Population

According to the 2016 census, Kalinova has a population of over 235 million people, making it the ... most populated country on Adonia. Of the three constituent countries of the United Kingdom, Kalinova has, by far, the largest population, with well over 190 million. The next largest is the Kingdom of Karay, with over 25 million people, and then the Kingdom of Nogay, with just under 10 million. Between 2000 and 2010, the population increased by 3.2%, mostly as a result of immigration from ... . 51% of Kalinovans are born female, wile 49% are born male. However, according to the same census, 4.5% of Kalinovans reported to be either homosexual, bisexual, or transgender. Most people of the LGBT community live in or near the vicinity of Malynogorod.

Kalinova has a highly urbanized population, with most settling in cities during the Industrial Revolution. While a decent portion of the population still lives in rural areas, as much as 25%, the majoritiy of the demographics belong to large urban centers.

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