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Federation of Bruellan Kingdoms
Staatenbund de Brüllan Reich
Coat of Arms of Bruellen
Motto: Macht und Größe
(Trentannian: Power and Greatness)
Anthem: Lied der Menschen
(Trentannian: Song of the People)
Locaion of Bruellen
Location of Bruellen
CapitalMainz (Executive)
Rhinestadt (Legislative)
Largest city Duisden
Official languages Bruellan
Recognised regional languages Trentannian
Ethnic groups 75.3% Bruellan,
19.7% Trentannian,
5.2% Batavian,
2.8% Other
Demonym Bruellan
Government Federal parliamentary democracy
and Constitutional Monarchy
 -  King Bismarck IV
 -  Chancellor Leon Austerlitz
Legislature Federal Assembly
 -  Upper house Bundesrat
 -  Lower house Bundestag
 -  Holy Kingdom of the Rhine February 9, 1240 (1240-02-09) 
 -  Kingdom of Mainz-Platz May 22, 1312 (1312-05-22) 
 -  Accord of Shotiz February 15, 1817 (1817-02-15) 
 -  Bruellan Empire (Bevanian union with Trentannia) September 12, 1830 (1830-09-12) 
 -  Platz Restoration February 20, 1953 (1953-02-20) 
 -  Total 297,515 km2
114,871 sq mi
 -  Water (%) 2.332
 -  2013 estimate 92,940,730
 -  2010 census 90,270,364
 -  Density 312.39/km2
809.1/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2013 estimate
 -  Total $3.227 trillion (5th)
 -  Per capita $34721.05 (15th)
Gini (2012)29.1
HDI (2013).925
very high
Currency Lagos (LAG)
Time zone WAST
Drives on the right
Internet TLD .sb

Bruellen (Bruellan: Brüllen), officially the Federation of Bruellan Kingdoms (Bruellan: Staatenbund de Brüllan Reich), is a federal constitutional monarchy of roughly 92.9 million people in Western Althena. It is bordered by the Trentannia to the east, Etrusque, Matinenda, Torshia and Sinope to the south, and Bergenstein to the west. The territory of Bruellen covers 297,515 square kilometres (114,871 sq mi) and has a temperate and alpine climate. Bruellen's contrast heavily from the lowlands near the coast to terrain that is highly mountainous due to the presence of the Atlas Mountains, and its highest point is 3,798 metres. The majority of the population speak standard Bruellan as their native language, and it is the country's official language. Other local official languages are Bevanian, ???, and ???.

Today, Bruellen is a constitutional monarchy and representative democracy comprising eighteen federal states. The capital city is split between Rhinestadt and Mainz, with the former being home to the legislative and judicial branches of government and the latter being home to the executive government.

Bruellen has the world's ????-largest economy by nominal GDP and the ????-largest by purchasing power parity. As a global leader in several industrial and technological sectors, it is the second-largest exporter and third-largest importer of goods. It is a developed country with a very high standard of living, featuring comprehensive social security that includes the world's oldest universal health care system. Known for its rich cultural and political history, Bruellen has been the home of many influential philosophers, music composers, scientists, and inventors. Bruellen was a founding member of the Alcadean Economic Cooperation Organisation in 1978, which became the AU in 1996. It is part of the Western Althenan Customs Agreement, and has been a member of the Alcadean currency zone, the Lagos, since 1999. Bruellen is a great power and is a member of the Adonian Community, USN, and the WAA



Bruellanic tribes and early empires

Evidence of the first settlement of the area by Bruellanic tribes is found to be dating back to 50 BCE. Early settlements have been found in the Rhine lowlands, they included tools and housing, along with various bones of animals and humans.

Holy Kingdom of the Rhine

The first recognised Bruellan nation was the Holy Kingdom of the Rhine, formed in 540 CE, after the defeat of the Calibrian Empire in the Battle of Althoch. The Kingdom was centered around the lower Rhine basin, with a political centre in Tuebingen, near modern day Mainz. The Kingdom was plagued by internal rivalries and disputes between members of the leadership. At its greatest extent, the Kingdom held the entire lower Rhine basin, as well as the mountain bishoprics of Esslingen and Rothernburg ob der Tauen.

In 800 CE, rivalries within the Kingdom came to a head when Rodrick of Esslingen murdered King Ozil II, and acceded to the throne. Rodrick moved the capital from Tuebingen to his home town of Esslingen and placed local nobles to positions in the Kingdom.

The Kingdom is said to officially ended when, in 1000 CE, Rodrick's third son, Adalbehrt, acceded to the throne as King of Esslingen, effectively abolishing the former title. The Kingdom was further ended when the former powerhouse of Tuebingen was captured by Northern tribes in 1010 CE.

Kingdom of Mainz-Platz

Unification and Empire

Civil War

Unification and USNW Entrance






Constituent states

Foreign relations




Science and technology






Largest cities

Leading population centers of Bruellen

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Rank Core city State Metropolitan region Population (2018)

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1 Duisden Platz Rhein-Leihn metropolitan region 15,235,694
2 Koeln Hesse Koeln Metropolitan Region 9,832,858
3 Meinich Bevania Meinich-St Johannes Metropolitan region 8,904,383
4 Rhinestadt Bevania Upper Rhine Metropolitan region 8,247,594
5 Essen Saugburg Essen-Coburg Metropolitan region 7,930,393
6 Coburg Platz Essen-Coburg Metropolitan region 6,903,753
7 Kassel Zufallig Kassel Metropolitan region 6,679,450
8 Effenbach Zukunft Lower Vern Metropolitan region 5,632,570
9 Aarburgen Aarburgen Lower Vern Metropolitan region 4,303,920
10 Chemnau Bevania Chemnau Metropolitan region 4,291,400





Literature and philosophy




See also