Venice

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State of Venice
Estado da Venezia
Flag of Venice State seal of Venice
Flag Seal
Nickname(s):
Motto(s): Ex cinere, et imperium oriri.
Map of Insui with Venice highlighted
Official languageNone
Spoken languages
DemonymVenetian, Venetians (pl.)
Veneziano, Veneziani (pl.)
CapitalArlington
Largest cityAnapolis
Largest metroArlington-Anapolis-Bridgeton MSA
AreaRanked 7th
 • Total171,250 km2
(66,120 mi2)
 • Width452.9 km (281.4 miles)
 • Length498.7 km (309.9 miles)
PopulationRanked 7th
 • Total15,148,180
 • Density88.5/km  (229.1/mi2)
Ranked 12th
Elevation
 • Highest pointMount Roholima
462 m (1515.8 ft)
 • Mean26 m  (84 ft)
 • Lowest pointOdoneru Ocean
sea level
Before statehoodPart of Sonora province
Admission to InsuiJuly 9, 1730 (4th)
GovernorShannon Juarez
Lieutenant GovernorVeronica Coleman
LegislatureVenetian General Assembly
 • Upper houseSenate
 • Lower houseHouse of Representatives
Insui Senators3
Insui Câmara delegation20 (list)
Time zoneUTC -3
ISO 3166INS-VE
AbbreviationsVE, Ven.
Websitewww.veneza.gov

Venice is a state in North Central Insui. It is bordered to the north by the Odoneru Ocean, to the east by Alexandria, to the south by mainland Santiago, to the southwest by Karina County in Santiago across the Jordan Bay, and to the west by Espírito Santo. Venice became the fourth state to ratify the Insuian Constitution on July 9, 1730.

Venice is the 7th most extensive and 7th most populous Insuian state. Its GSP as of 2032 was $862.1 billion, with an annual growth rate of 3.1%. Venice is composed of 195 counties, 16 from Veneza, and 179 from the merge with Sonora and Catania. The capital is Arlington with a 2032 population of 1.1 million; while its largest city is Anapolis with a 2032 population of 1.4 million. The Arlington-Anapolis-Bridgeton metropolitan area is the largest in the state, with a 2016 population estimate of 4.7 million.

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