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Northern Coria

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Order of the Holy Lakes in right of Northern Coria
Flag of Northern Coria
Coat of Arms of Northern Coria
Coat of Arms
Location of Northern Coria
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Capital Mitrovska
Largest city Krava, Ravna, Palanka, Niš.
Official language(s) Krasnocorian language and others
Official religion(s) None official
Demonym Northern Corian(s)
 - Adjective Northern Coria
Government State of Hurmu
 - Knjaz Velibor Jovanović-Smičić
 - Premier Mihajlo Slobodanović
 - Legislature National Assembly
Establishment 16.I.1696
Population 6 996 844 (1710 census)
Currency Crown (HUK)
Time zone(s) CMT+1
Mains electricity
Driving side left
Track gauge
National website
National forum
National animal Wolf
National food Proja
National drink Rakija
National tree Bauk tree
Abbreviation Rz

Northern Coria (Krasnocorian Cyrillic: Северна Корија; (Krasnocorian Latin: Severna Korija) and prior to 1720 known as Rekozemlje (Krasnocorian Cyrillic: Рекоземлье) is a Hurmu realm, located in eastern Apollonia. Created on 16.I.1696 after Operation Bauk had concluded, the state is considered the homeland of Hurmu's Krasnocorian population. In 1720, it changed its name to Northern Coria.

In recent history known as North Coria, Nohavland and Srbozemlje, the area has been under several sovereigns throughout the centuries. The main cities are Mitrovska, its capital, and Krava, Ravna, Palanka, and Niš.

Rekozemlje borders Lontinien, another Hurmu state, in the north, and Çakaristan to the south.

In recent years, as of 1716 AN, the Krasnocorian community of Northern Coria, has been increasingly bedeviled by social problems traced back to the so-called gupnek revival, an outbreak of youth delinquency and passive aggressive squatting which has seen unemployment and crime rates skyrocket in towns and cities where the phenomenon has been observed to take hold. This discontent helped to fuel the subsequent Krasnocorian revolt during the 1719–1720 Hurmu civil conflict. Although quelled, the population remained restive, and bands of partisan continued to operate covertly in rural districts.

In 1726, Northern Coria transformed into a constitutional monarchy under the sovereignty of the Order of the Holy Lakes, with Velibor Jovanović-Smičić, grandson of the last King of Krasnocoria – Jovan Jovanović – named Knjaz of Northern Coria.


Municipality Population Krasnocorian Blue Lontinian White Lontinian Other
Community of Rural Parishes 659,655 85% 5% 5% 5%
Krava 276,953 88% 6% 4% 2%
Mitrovska 945,326 85% 7% 5% 3%
Niš 3,652,369 92% 3% 3% 2%
Palanka 743,829 81% 7% 10% 2%
Ravna 175,367 88% 6% 4% 2%
Steppe of Rekozemlje 290,447 55% 26% 16% 3%