Meleto

From Adonia Project
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Republic of Meleto

Δημοκρατία της Μελετο (AT)
Dimokratía tis Meleto
Repubblica di Meleto (ML)
Flag of Meleto
Flag
Coat of arms of Meleto
Coat of arms
Motto: "??"
"Nobody likes a tory"
Anthem: "Anthem"
"Anthem"
Location of Meleto in Adonia
Location of Meleto in Adonia
Capital
and largest city
Mazzanta
Official languagesAetolian
Meletonian
Demonym(s)Meletonian
GovernmentConstitutional parliamentary republic
• President
Bernardino Castellucci
Niccolò del Mazza
LegislatureParliament
Senate
House of Representatives
Constitutional history
• Principality of Meleto
???
• Republic of Meleto
???
Area
• Total
6,256 km2 (2,415 sq mi)
• Water (%)
3.3
Population
• 2016 estimate
1,053,510
• 2016 census
1,053,510
• Density
168.4/km2 (436.2/sq mi)
GDP (PPP)2016 estimate
• Total
₭28.294 billion
• Per capita
₭26,857
Gini (2016)21.7
low · ??th
HDI (2016).874
very high · ??th
CurrencyPiastra (₱) (MEP)
Time zoneUTC+0
Date formatdd.mm.yyyy CE
Driving sideright
Calling code+25
Internet TLD.me

Meleto (Aetolian: Μελετο), officially the Republic of Meleto (Aetolian: Δημοκρατία της Μελετο, Dimokratía tis Meleto; Meletonian: Repubblica di Meleto), is a sovereign state in Northern Illypnia, bordered by Rutuli to the south. With an area of 6,256 km² it is one of the smallest sovereign states in the Mesogean. In 2016, Meleto had a population of 1,053,510, which makes it one of the least-populous countries in Illypnia. The majority of the residents are ethnic Meletonians, a Mesogean people. Aetolians form a significant minority at around 20%, followed by Rutulians, Faencians, Varkans, and Thermessans. Its capital and largest city is Mazzanta.

Meleto is a founding member of the Mesogean Cooperation Organization and the Adonian Community, and is a member of the Energy Standard Organization.

History

Mesogean League

Republic of Mazzanta (476–1444)

Duchy of Meleto (1444–1848)

Democracy and modern era

Geography

Climate

Politics

Administrative divisions

Military

Economy

Demographics

Languages

Religion

Education

Health

Culture