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Nouvelle Alexandrie

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Federation of Nouvelle Alexandrie
New Alexandria
Flag of Nouvelle Alexandrie
Flag
Coat of Arms of Nouvelle Alexandrie
Coat of Arms
Motto: Noqan hamuni kausanayquichispaq (Wechua)

Ego veni ut vitam habeant et abundantius habeant (Audente)
I have come that you may have life and have it abundantly

Anthem:
Location of Nouvelle Alexandrie
Map versions
Capital Federal capital: Cárdenas
Largest city Punta Santiago, Judah, Beauharnais, Parap, San Luis, Wechuahuasi
Official language(s) Official:
  • Alexandrian
  • Wechua
  • Martino

Regional:
  • Babkhi
  • Ladino
  • Constancian
  • Santanderian
Official religion(s)
Demonym New Alexandrian
 - Adjective New Alexandrian
Government
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 - Legislature
Establishment
Area
Population
Currency New Alexandrian écu (€)
Calendar
Time zone(s)
Mains electricity
Driving side
Track gauge
National website
National forum Official Discord server
National animal
National food
National drink
National tree
Abbreviation

History

Alduro-Wechua integration

1685 Aldurian coup d'etat

Campos-Alvarez Summit

Proclamation of Punta Santiago

New Prosperity Plan

Federal Expansion

Cabildo de Cárdenas

1693 General Elections

Geography

Islands

Mountains and rivers

Climate

Fauna and flora

Politics

Government

Executive

Legislative

Judicial

Human rights

Administrative divisions

Regions

Federal Capital District

Autonomous Communities

Municipalities

Foreign relations

Military

Ecology

Economy

Federal Bank of Nouvelle Alexandrie

Agriculture

Tourism

Southern Aldurian Riviera

"Island Hopping" Cruises

Protected Historical Areas

Automotive industry

Defense industry

Media

Shipbuilding

Mining

Energy

Hydrocarbon industry

Transport

Science and technology

Demographics

Urbanization

Peoples

Minority groups

Immigration

Languages

Religion

Education

Primary education

Secondary education

Higher education

Health

MediCare

Carrillo National Health System

Culture

Literature

Cinema

Television

Music and dance

Journalism

Fashion

Cuisine

Sport

Public holidays and festivals

See also

List of Participants