|Republic of Irkutia
|Motto: Мир і Достаток
"Peace and Abundance"
|Anthem: "Ой у лузі червона калина"
"On the Meadow There's a Red Viburnum"
Location of Irkutia in Adonia
|Largest city||(same as above)|
|Ethnic groups||87% Irkutian
|-||Premier of Irkutia||Oleksandr Karbatskyy|
|-||Kingdom of Irkutia||882|
|-||United Kingdom of Irkutia and Horlovia||1786|
|-||Republic of Irkutia||1919|
TBC sq mi
|GDP (PPP)||2013 estimate|
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|Date format||mm.dd.yyyy CE|
|Drives on the||right|
Irkutia (Irkutian: Іркутія, Irkutia) is a country in ...
The origins of the Irkutian identity emerged with the Urlic tribes of ... . When the tribes united under Rostislav of Novohorod, the Kingdom of Irkutia was founded as a loose federation of Urlic city-states. The kingdom thrived as a trade-oriented state situated on trade routes between ... and ... . In the early 13th century, the kingdom dissolved under pressure from ... tribes to the ... . The rivaling city-states reached a dark age in the history of the Irkutian state. In the 15th century, cavalry-men of ... Irkutia federated as a tribal democracy, eventually gaining enough power and subjugating the Urlic city-states to the ... . In 1563, Bohdan Relovskyy, the head Cossack at the time, declared an Empire of Irkutia, having completed the long-time Cossack goal of uniting the former Kingdom of Irkutia. ... . In 1721, the Tsar of Irkutia, Stanislav Donchyshyn, married Irena Kalabosky of Horlovia, officially created a personal union with the country. In 1786, Irena died, and Stanislav proclaimed a union of Irkutia and Horlovia, forming the United Kingdom of Irkutia and Horlovia. In the early 19th century, the Irkutia emerged as an industrious state, and by the end of the century boasted among the highest literacy rates on Adonia. The early 20th century saw the Kingdom in its golden age of power. It was at this time that Irkutia saw its largest land span. In the 1910s, however, the lower class was concerned of the exploitation they experienced under the higher class and monarchy of Irkutia. In 1919, under the leadership of Volodymyr Yurkov, the monarchy was overthrown by Yurkov's followers. However, the provisional government saw immense opposition as it killed many opposers, and eventually even Yurkov's followers abandoned him. Although the Republic remained, Yurkov was ousted from power. ... . Currently Irkutia is experiencing an era of peace and abundance.
- 1 Etymology
- 2 History
- 3 Geography
- 4 Government and politics
- 5 Economy
- 6 Demographics
- 7 Culture
The name "Irkutia" comes from the Irkut River which is found in Irkutia. Much of Irkutian culture is centered around the river. The name "Irkut" itself is unknown, but could be linked to the two words "Rika" (Irkutian for "River") and "Kut" (Irkutian for "corner). This perhaps comes from the fact that the river has many sharp corners in the area that the Irkutian culture originated. "Irkutia" thus means the "land of the Irkut River" in Latin.