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Eklesia

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Our Holy Mountain Dominion of Eklesia (en)
ჩვენი წმინდა სამთო სამღვდელო ეკლესია (ge)
Flag of Eklesia
Flag
Coat of Arms of Eklesia
Coat of Arms
Motto: By God's Will
Anthem: Tavisupleba
Location of Eklesia
Map versions
Capital Zugashvili
Largest city Zugashvili
Official language(s) Georgian
Official religion(s) Eklesian Orthodox Church
Demonym Eklesian
 - Adjective Eklesian
Government Theocracy
 - Priest Konstantine Balanchivadze
 - Legislature
Establishment
 - Ranked
Area
 - Ranked
Population 87,500
 - Active
 - Ranked
Currency Eklesian shilling
Abbreviation EKL
Time zone(s)
National website
National forum
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National food
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National tree

Our Holy Mountain Dominion of Eklesia also known as Eklesia is a micronation in central Eura. Originally built from an ancient religious sect in Central Eura that spoke the ancient Georgian language, the local church established a state in the mountains that was accepted as a member of the MCS in 2017. The nation borders only the green, but is within the Raspurid sphere of influence.

Eklesia is a largely mountainous country in the central area of Eura lying north of Constancia and west of Raspur. The locals are a very religious bunch, and are virtually all adherents of the national church.

The country countains the summit of the super volcano, Mt Duranian, which is the largest mountain on Eura.

Foreign relations

Eklesia has limited foreign relations, mainly due to its geographic isolation from much of the rest of the world. It had mainly relied on aid from Senya to exist, before obtaining a treaty with Raspur to grow economic links with its Euran neighbour. Following a deterioration in the security situation on the Euran continent Eklesia sought the safety of closer association with the Raspur Pact, a process which culminated in formal accession to the pact in late 1666 with ratification of the treaty following early on in the following year.