Republic of Insulo
Republica de Ensuña
Flag of Insulo Coat of arms of Insulo
Flag Coat of arms
Motto: Solvo Terra Fraterculus
Anthem: "Blue March"
Capital Erikkson
Largest city Erikkson
Official language(s) Insulonian, Trentannian, and Puertian
Demonym Trentannian: Insulonian
Insulonian: Ensuñan
Government Federal constitutional republic
Timothy Clarke
Andrés Garcia
Overthrew the F.I
Declared
Recognized
Current constitution

December 22, 1579
January 11, 1580
November 6, 1985
Area 21,683.56 km2
Population
 • 2011 est.
 • 2010 census
 
74,357,451 (TBD)
73,023,000
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HDI (2010) 0.961 TBD – very high
Currency Valuto (Ɣ) and Enieo (ε) ({{{currency_code}}})
Time zone na
Internet TLD .rin1
Calling code +na
1 The .rin domain will be used alongside .usnw, the union domain.

The Republic of Insulo' (Insulonian: Republica de Insulo') (also referred to as Insulo) is a Federal constitutional republic comprising fifteen provinces. The country is located on the west coast of the northern arm of Continent A, bordering Posillipo and Cellunia by land, and Andalusia by sea. Special Districts of Insulo border South Barola and North Borola by land, and Canaria by sea. Since October 2010, it has been a Full Member of the United Sovereign Nations of the World (USNW), it's first membership in an international union.

Etymology[edit | edit source]

The name Insulo has it's origins in the Itzamnan Language, and is mutation of the word for island, because the Insulonian Tribe that eventually became the modern Insulonians that originated on the small island now called Martinez Island.

Geography[edit | edit source]

Climate[edit | edit source]

Environment[edit | edit source]

History[edit | edit source]

Main article: History of Insulo

Insulonian and Puertian Tribes[edit | edit source]

City States of Insulo[edit | edit source]

The flag of the City State of Puertia.

The flag of the City State of Insulo

Insulonian and Puertian Leagues[edit | edit source]

Insulonian Empire[edit | edit source]

Main article: Insulonian Empire

The flag of the Insulonian Empire.

The Insulonian Empire was the first state that united the Insulonian and Puertian Peoples under a single ruler. After the Peace of 402 BCE relations between the two leagues steadily improved leading up to 334 BCE when the city-states of the Insulonian and Puertian Leagues agreed to form a single empire under the name of the Insulo and the colors and emblem of Puertia.

First Kingdom of Insulo[edit | edit source]

The flag of the First Insulonian Kingdom.

First Republic of Insulo[edit | edit source]

Second Kingdom of Insulo[edit | edit source]

The flag of the Second Insulonian Kingdom.

Insulonian Federation[edit | edit source]

The flag of the Insulonian Federation

Thrid Republic of Insulo[edit | edit source]

Government and elections[edit | edit source]

Political parties[edit | edit source]

Political parties have been forbidden in Insulo since the beggining of the Third Republic in 1985, mainly due to resentment over the long held rule of the Insulonian National Party that supressed the freedoms of the people of Insulo. The Insulonian Congress is currently debating ammending the constituion to allow for the creation of political parties.

Political divisions[edit | edit source]

Provinces[edit | edit source]

Main page: Provinces


Special Districts[edit | edit source]

Main page: Special Districts

Counties[edit | edit source]

Foreign relations and military[edit | edit source]

Economy[edit | edit source]

Income and human development[edit | edit source]

Science and technology[edit | edit source]

Transportation[edit | edit source]

Energy[edit | edit source]

Demographics[edit | edit source]

Language[edit | edit source]

Religion[edit | edit source]

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Health[edit | edit source]

Crime and law enforcement[edit | edit source]

Culture[edit | edit source]

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Literature, philosophy, and the arts[edit | edit source]

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