Galicia is the third largest and most populous state of the Danubian Federation. It, along with the rest of the original states of the Federation following the Danubian Revolution. Many people of Galicia are employed on giant estates and wheat farms, many others in the carpathian mines. Galicia has a Polish majority, with a very large Ruthenian minority. Its constitution was written in 1858, but not adopted until the resolution of the Ruthenian Partition in 1863.