Ceylonia

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Ceylon Republic
República Ceilonia
The Flag of Ceylonia
Flag Great Seal
Motto: 
Fé e esperança
(English: "Faith and hope")
Anthem: 
Grande ceilonia
(English: "Grand Ceylon")
Map showing Ceylonia in green.
Map showing Ceylonia in green.
Capital
and city
Santa Maria
Official languages Insuian
Ethnic groups
Demonym Ceylonian
Government Unitary semi-presidential constitutional republic
Miguel Sousa
Amancio Batista
Legislature National Assembly
Independence
• from Insui
25 July 1970
Area
• 
892,458 km2 (344,580 sq mi)
Population
• 2017 estimate
34,866,975
• 2015 census
33,969,740
• Density
39/km2 (101.0/sq mi)
GDP (PPP) 2017 estimate
• Total
$788 billion
• Per capita
$22,604
GDP (nominal) 2017 estimate
• Total
$788 billion
• Per capita
$22,604
Gini (2015)  33.7
medium
HDI (2017) Steady 0.674
medium
Currency Real ($)
Time zone (-4 to -1)
Date format mm-dd-yyyy
Drives on the right
Calling code +66
Internet TLD .cy

Ceylonia (or Ceilonia) officially the Ceylon Republic, is nation at the southernmost point of North Punth. It is bordered by Galicia to the northwest, the Punthite Republic to the north, and the Ghazi-Aay'han Canal Zone to the southeast. It is the only nation in Punth to border both the Aquilonem ocean and the Levantine ocean.

Ceylonia is endowed with rich and extensive natural resources. The country's economy is based largely on agriculture, but industry is growing, mainly food and beverages, chemical manufacturing, and aluminium and petroleum production. The tourism sector is also expanding. Galicia is Ceylonia's main trading partner and source of foreign direct investment, while Insui is also among the country's most important economic partner. Since 2001, Ceylonia's annual average GDP growth has been among the region's highest. However, the country is still one of the poorer and more underdeveloped countries in the world when compared with the western world.

The only official language of Ceylonia is Insuian. The country's population of around 34 million is composed overwhelmingly of mixed-race people.

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