Iphelklori

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The Holy Empire of Iphelklori

The Holy Flag
Flag of Iphelklori
Motto: Privetstvuyu Ademara (Praise Ademar/Purihin si Ademar!)
Iphelklori is located in South Eastern Arcturia
LocationSouth Eastern Arcturia
CapitalIphelstad City
Largest cityAdemarstad City
Official languagesAsendavian
Tagisla
Iphelklorian
Ethnic groups
(2019)
98% Tagisla
1% Staynish
1% unspecified
Demonym(s)Iphelklorian
GovernmentOne party totalitarian dictatorial theocracy
• Supreme Chancellor
Boris Romanov
LegislatureNone
Area
• Total
408,421 km2 (157,692 sq mi)
Population
• 2019 estimate
30,000,000
• 2018 census
28 million
GDP (nominal)2019 estimate
• Total
900,000,000,000
• Per capita
30,000
CurrencyBenhz ()
Time zoneUTC+2 to +3 (STZ)
Date formatMM/DD/YYYY
Driving sideright
Calling code+62
ISO 3166 codeIPH
Internet TLD.iph

The Holy Empire of Iphelklori is a One party totalitarian dictatorial theocracy located in Central Arcturia. Its the largest country in Arcturia. The capital city is the Iphelstad while the most populous city is Ademarstad. It has a population of 30.93 million, majority of which are bilinguals that speak both Tagisla and Iphelklorian.

In 1302, Ademarist missionaries made contact with various Arcturian Islander tribes in Central Arcturia. The missionaries made settlements and begun converting the local population to Ademarism. A continuous flow of missionaries and settlers came and resulted in the founding of the historic city of Iphelklori: Iphelstad

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