La comunidad autónoma de Eskoria is a nation led by Reina Lia I on the continent of Europe. La comunidad autónoma de Eskoria's government is a Constitutional Monarchy with very libertarian social policies. Economically, La comunidad autónoma de Eskoria favors moderate policies. The official currency of La comunidad autónoma de Eskoria is the Euro. At 987 days old, La comunidad autónoma de Eskoria is an ancient nation. La comunidad autónoma de Eskoria has a population of 210 and a land area of 42,000.00 sq. miles. This gives it a national average population density of 0.01. Pollution in the nation is everywhere. The citizens' faith in the government is completely depleted with an approval rating of 0%.
“Yo como jefa del estado español guarantizo que la ley será igual para todos. Guarantizo la unión del país. El respeto a la democracia y a la constitución. La libertad de expresión. El respeto de los derechos humanos. La separación de poderes. Y por supuesto el bienestar de mi pueblo. ¡Olé!” -Reina Lia I
Matriarkatua hasten da // Empieza el matriarcado // Let the matriarchy commence
Global War 16 (2020)
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|Leader Name:||Lia I|
|Land Area:||67,592.28 sq. km|
|Terrain:||Eskoria borders Cantabria and the Burgos province to the west, the Bay of Biscay to the north, France (Nouvelle-Aquitaine) and Navarre to the east and La Rioja (the Ebro River) to the south. The territory has three distinct areas, which are defined by the two parallel ranges of the Basque Mountains. The main range of mountains forms the watershed between the Atlantic and Mediterranean basins. The highest point of the range is in the Aizkorri massif (1551 m). The three areas are:
Formed by many valleys with short rivers that flow from the mountains to the Bay of Biscay, like the Nervión, Urola or Oria. The coast is rough, with high cliffs and small inlets. The main features of the coast are the Bilbao Abra Bay and the Estuary of Bilbao, the Urdaibai estuary and the Bidasoa-Txingudi Bay that forms the border with France.
Between the two mountain ranges, the area is occupied mainly by a high plateau called Llanada Alavesa (the Álava Plains), where the capital Vitoria-Gasteiz is located. The rivers flow south from the mountains to the Ebro River. The main rivers are the Zadorra River and Bayas River.
From the southern mountains to the Ebro is the so-called Rioja Alavesa, which shares the Mediterranean characteristics of other Ebro Valley zones. Some of Eskoria's production of Rioja wine takes place here.
|Highest Peak:||Mesa de los Tres Reyes, 2,400 meters|
|Lowest Valley:||, 0 meters|
|Climate:||The Basque mountains form the watershed and also mark the distinct climatic areas of the Basque Country: The northern valleys, in Biscay and Gipuzkoa and also the valley of Ayala in Álava, are part of "Green Spain", where the oceanic climate is predominant, with its wet weather all year round and moderate temperatures. Precipitation average is about 1200 mm.
The middle section is influenced more by the continental climate, but with a varying degree of the northern oceanic climate. This gives warm, dry summers and cold, snowy winters.
The Ebro valley has a pure continental climate: winters are cold and dry and summers very warm and dry, with precipitation peaking in spring and autumn. Precipitation is scarce and irregular, as low as 300 mm.
|People & Society|
|Ethnic Groups:||Vasco - 75.5%
Espanol - 21.0%
Arabic - 3.5%
|Languages:||Euskara - 90.0%
Espanol - 70.0%
English - 50.0%
|Religions:||Atheism - 74.9%
Catholocism - 21.1%
Islam - 4.0%
|Life Expectancy:||85 years|
|Hard Drug Users:||1%|
|Description:||Eskoria boasts a nominal gross domestic product (GDP) per capita (adjusted to purchasing power parity, PPP) 22% higher than that of the European Union and 30% higher than Spain's average in 2016, and at €34,400 in 2015. In 2019, the community showed a surplus in public deficit, 0.3% of the GDP.|
|Average Yearly Income:||$91.41|
|Gross Domestic Product (GDP):||$820,934,519.00|
|GDP per Capita:||$3,890,684.92|
|Gross National Income (GNI):||$475,162,840.00|
|Industries:||Industrial activities were traditionally centred on steel and shipbuilding, mainly due to the rich iron ore resources found during the 19th century around Bilbao. The Estuary of Bilbao was the centre of Euskadi's industrial revolution during the 19th and the first half of the 20th century. These activities decayed during the economic crisis of the 1970s and 1980s, giving ground for the development of the services sector and new technologies.
Today, the strongest industrial sectors of Eskoria's economy are machine tool, present in the valleys of Biscay and Gipuzkoa; aeronautics in Matanza; and energy, in Bilbao.
|Last Updated: 07/09/2020 10:36 pm|