The Norse Empire (Norse: ᚿᚮᚱᚱᛆᛂᚿ ᚼᛂᛁᛘᛋᚡᛂᛚᛑᛁ, "Norræn heimsveldi"), sometimes called Nordica or Scandia is a sovereign state in Europa, occupying Britain, Greenland, Scandinavia and large parts of Germania and Slavia. The Norse Empire is bordered by Burgundy to the west and south, Germania to the south, Khaganligi to the east and south and Perm to the east.
The Norse Empire is the largest country in Europa, with a total area of 5,500,000 square kilometers. With a population of over 310 million, the Norse Empire is the most populous state and largest economy in Europa. The Norse Empire is highly urbanized, with more than 85% of its population living in cities or towns.
With its foundation in 860 by King Thor I, the Norse Empire is one of the oldest nations in Europa. In addition to being the first Europeans to discover the New World, the Norse Empire has been the most powerful state in Europa for many centuries.
The Norse Empire is considered at least a great power in world politics, and often a superpower, with significant political, cultural and military influence in Europa and to a lesser extent, the world. The Norse Empire is a member state of the United Nations and the European Union. Despite this, the Norse Empire faces several challenges, such as the rise of anti-monarchism and the resurgence of independence groups in Britannia and Russia. In November 2016, the nation of Celtia declared itself independent from the Norse Empire.