Kanade

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State of Kanade
金出外国
Kanade Gaikoku
Flag Coat of Arms
Motto: 新しい金国
"Atarashī kanakuni"
Anthem: 遠い国の唄
"Toikuni no Uta"
Map of Kanade in central Avalon
Capital
and largest city
Kanade City
Official languages no official language
Recognised national languages Nahuatika, Nakamian
Demonym Kanadean
Government Parliamentary Republic
 -  President Noyamano Meznen
 -  Prime Minister Okumura Masahiro
Legislature House of Assembly
National Days
 -  Landing of Avalon January 18, 1603 (1603-01-18) 
 -  Independence September 2, 1909 (1909-09-02) 
Area
 -  Total 209,320 km2
80,819 sq mi
 -  Water (%) 0.1
Population
 -  2017 estimate 57,392,111
 -  2015 census 55,290,663
 -  Density 274.18/km2
710.1/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2015 estimate
 -  Total $700 billions
 -  Per capita $12,207
GDP (nominal) 2015 estimate
 -  Total $547 billions
 -  Per capita $9,536
Gini (2015)47.3
high
HDI (2015)0.720
high · n/a
Currency Kanadean Yuan (KD¥)
Time zone (UTC-6)
Drives on the left
Calling code +507
Internet TLD .kd

Kanade (金出外国 Kanade Gaikoku?) is nation in Central Avalon located between Teotihuacan in north and east and Morelos in south.

With a population of 55,290,663, it is third largest nations in the Central Avalon after both neighboring Morelos and Teotihuacan as well as the highest density of the region. It also has second highest GDP's and HDI's in the region due to its industrialisation and development in early 20th century by distant Nakahara.

After first being sighted by the Andalucia, it was later colonized by the distant settler from Akashima, Nakahara after deal with Andalucia in 1603 to allow them open trading post in Akashima. Although firstly directly controlled by Suzumoto Clan of Akashima Domain, when Miyawaki Shogunate commenced its Sakoku, Suzumoto Clan branch in Kanade become the ruler of the colony until end of 19th century where Empire of Nakahara reclaim these area as their overseas territory. In 1909, Kanade declares its independence from Nakahara after long secession war and aid from neighboring countries.

Etymology

The name Kanade (金出) derived from the respecting kanji meaning in Nakamian. Kana (金) in Nakamian means gold while De (出) means to go out. The name Kanade by Suzumoto Clan who settle the colony taken by the presence of golds near the first settlement which supposedly to be a major gold producer of Suzumoto. Besides, the land fertility of area considered to be a very good area for growing rices which counted as a domain worth during feudal period of Nakahara.

History

Pre Suzumoto

Suzumoto Settlement (1603-1871)

Overseas Territory of Nakahara (1871-1909)

Post Independece (1909-1929)

Military Junta Era (1929-1997)

Modern days (1997-now)

Government and Politics

Military

Administrative Divisions

Geography

Landscape

Climate

Environment

Geology

Demographics

By 2015, Kanade has 55,290,663 population which make it as the third largest populated country in central Avalon. Kanade has density of 274.18 which the most dense country in the region. Annual population growth of Kanade expected to be 1.8% as for 2010-2015.

Kanade has 2 major ethnicity which are Nakamian who settle the area since 17th century and the native Nahuatika. Nakamian population of Kanade consist 28% of its population while Nahuatika population consist 40% of total population. Other ethnicity includes Andalucian and Versailesian who migrate from its neighboring country. about 26% of its population mixed from these ethnicity.

Largest cities of Kanade
Kanade National Statistic Institute
Rank City Name Domain Pop.
Kanade City
Kanade City

Tlacopan
Tlacopan

1 Kanade City Kanade City 7,619,002 Fukuki
Fukuki

Tlapanaloya
Tlapanaloya

2 Tlacopan Ochikiri Domain 2,755,366
3 Fukuki Iwaizumi Domain 1,204,553
4 Tlapanaloya Awazumachi Domain 1,163,055
5 Chiauhita Suizu Domain 1,011,305
6 Ayotzinco Awazumachi Domain 886,440
7 Hasagawa Takahama Domain 754,367
8 Nocutzepo Ishinari Domain 705,443
9 Tulpetlac Kawaguchi Domain 643,165
10 Shirafu Ochikiri Domain 632,009

Economy

Culture