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Imperial Federation of Celanora

Federazione Imperiale di Celanora (Norvian)
Flag of Celanora
Motto: "Lodare il Sole"
"Praise the Sun"
Anthem: "Victory at Dawn"
and largest city
Official languagesNorvian
Recognised national languagesTretridian
• Emperor
• Triarca Alenova
Emily Costantini
• Triarca Lucrovera
Leonardo Serra
• Triarca Lanziole
Serena Damico
LegislatureImperial Assembly
Council of Regents
Grand Council of the Public
• Total
557,981.21 km2 (215,437.75 sq mi)
• Estimate
GDP (nominal)estimate
• Total
• Per capita
CurrencyAureo (⊙) (CLA)
Calling code+120
ISO 3166 codeCL
Internet TLD.cl

Celanora, officially the Imperial Federation of Celanora, is a country located on West Novaris. It is located west of Tretrid, south of Transnalpia, and east of Seccera and Cavellan. It is de jure a federal constitutional monarchy but de facto a federal directoral republic.

Norvian settlement in modern-day Celanora dates back to antiquity, with the city-state of Lucroza becoming the most influential settlement in the region. By the first century CE, the west coast of modern-day Celanora was conquered by the Celani, culminating in the conquest of Lucroza by the Celani by Lucian, who made himself the Luceric prophet and shortly afterwards the first emperor of the Celanor Empire. The Celanor Empire would expand until it controlled all of West Novaris, including all of modern-day Celanora. The Celanor Empire later rapidly declined in power from the 13th to 15th centuries, culminating in the Volscine conquest of the Celanor capital of Celano, forcing the imperial government to relocate to Lucroza. The Empire persisted as Celanora until the early 20th century, at which point the aftermath of the Great War caused de facto end of the monarchy, though it was left in place as a vacant position, and control of the country passed to a regency overseen by three Triarchs who de facto jointly act as head of state.