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Province of Niyi

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Rrumëqe Niyi
Province of Niyi

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Capital Niyi
Largest cities North Nee City, Brigham, Sanestira

Population
  • Total
15,754,606 (1680)
  • Density
2,287.59 per km2
  • Rank
1 of 9
Area 6,887 km2
  • Rank
8 of 9

Government
  • Executive
Mayor
  • Legislative
Senate (339)

Federal representation
9 senators
107 MLs

Language(s)
  • Official
Sanaman, Istvanistani
  • Other
Cisamarrese, Babkhi, Laqi
Local religion Somanes, Cedrism, Nazarenism, others, irreligious
Provincial code NYI

The Province of Niyi is a province in southern Sanama. The province has a population of fourteen million people and an area of 7,000 km2, making it the most populated and eighth largest province. The province was formed in 1679 with the passage of the new federal constitution and is largely coterminous with the previous Niyi region. The province is entirely dominated by the vast Niyi metropolitan area, which is the largest in the country, containing about a sixth of the entire population. Niyi is also the industrial center of the country since Shirerithian times, with an extensive highway system and a growing railway network. The city of Niyi served as the capital from independence in 1671 until the capital was moved to Sanama City in 1679. The province is bordered to the west by Western Sanilla and to the east by Central Sanilla. It is one of only two landlocked provinces. The province enjoys a subtropical climate with distinct dry and rainy periods.