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Republic of Anatolia (English)
XXXX XX XXXXX (Anatolian)
Timeline: Game of Nations
XXXX — present
Flag of Anatolia (GoN).png
Motto: 
United by Our Past, Destined for Our Future
Anthem: 
From the Hittite Hills
Anatolia (GoN).png
Anatolia, with Administrative Divisions outlined
CapitalAngora
Largest city Tarsus
Official languages Anatolian
Regional Languages Turkic
Ethnic groups  Anatolian - Caucasian - Turkic
Demonym Anatolian
Government Presidential Republic
 -  President TBD
Legislature All People's Congress
History
 -  Confederation MM DD YEAR 
 -  Unification MM DD YEAR 
 -  Establishment of Republic MM DD YEAR 
Population
 -  2015 census 45,293,790 
GDP (PPP) 2015 estimate
 -  Total xxx 
 -  Per capita xxx 
Currency Anatolian Mina (AMN)

The Republic of Anatolia (Anatolian: XXXX XX XXXXXX) is a medium-sized nation in western Asia. The Republic is located on eastern two-thirds of the Anatolian peninsula, bordered to the east by the Islamic Republic of Arabia (*), to the south by The Levant, to the west by the United Hellenic Provinces, and to the north by the Union of Socialist Republics of Slavland.

(*) Subject to page creation.

History

Early History

Confederation

Turkic Invasion

Royal Unification

Republican Era

Government

Presidential republic

Administrative Regions

Paphlagonia

  • Gangra

Pontus

  • Trapezus (OTL Trabzon)

Caucusus

  • Bathus (OTL Batumi)

Armenia

  • Sebaste

Assyria

  • Amida

Cappodacia

  • Angora

Cilicia

  • Tarsus

Pamphylia

  • Perga

Phyrgia

  • Gordium

Economy

Moderate-strength (recenlty developed) capitalist economy, with strong emphasis in manufacturing.

Military

7/10; tense relations with the Levant and United Hellenic Provinces have led to consistent military build-up.

Culture

Demography

Language

Religion

Art and Architecture

Music and Literature

Foreign Relations

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