Gjevuri

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Islamic Republic of Gjevuri
Ислямска Република Иран Даворт (Gorani)
Republikë Islamike e Gjevurisë (Gjevuran)
Flag of Gjevuri
Flag
Emblem of Gjevuri
Emblem
Motto: 
"Komb, Fe, Atdhe"
"Nation, Faith, Homeland"
Anthem: "As-Salām al-Amīrī"
"Amiri Salute"
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Location of Gjevuri (Green)
in Vesperia (Dark Grey)
Capital
and largest city
Kovashicë
Official languagesGjevuran
Gorani
Ethnic groups
ReligionSunni Islam
DemonymGjevuran
GovernmentFederal Islamic republic
Ibrahim Hoxha
Nexhip Qemali
LegislatureKëshillit Kombëtar
Establishment
• Kingdom of Gjevuri
12th century CE
• Sultanate of Ðavort
17th century CE
• Declaration of the Republic
7 June 1894
• Islamic Revolution
22 February 1937
• Current Constitution
12 January 1964
Area
• Total
000,000 km2 (0 sq mi) (?st)
Population
• 2015 census
16,721,482
GDP (nominal)2014 estimate
• Total
$465.53 billion
• Per capita
$27,843
Gini (2015)negative increase 45.9
medium
HDI (2014)Increase 0.846
very high
CurrencyGjevuran Lek (L) (GVL)
Date formatdd.mm.yyyy
Drives on theleft
Calling code+699
ISO 3166 codeGJV
Internet TLD.gv

Gjevuri (Gjevuran: Gjevuri [ɟɛvuri]), also known as Davort (Gorani: Даворт Tr. Ðavort), known officially as the Islamic Republic of Gjevuri (Gjevuran: Republikë Islamike e Gjevurisë; Gorani: Ислямска Република Иран Даворт Tr. Islamska Respublika Ðavort) is an island country in Southern Vesperia. An archipelagic island nation, Gjevuri is bounded by the Achillean Sea on all sides, sharing maritime borders with Ziridava to the east and Ausferiland to the west. The capital and most populated city is Kovashicë, located on the main island of Malësorit. The territory of the country covers XXX,XXX km2 (XX,XXX mi2), comprising of the four islands of Malësorit, Shurdhahit, Pogradecit and Kozloduy.

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Gjevuri was first settled by bands of Slavs migrating from the north which preceded the arrival of the Gjevurans, a nomadic people. After some centuries of rule from principalities and states of modern-day Ziridava, the Gjevurans formed an independent Kingdom of Gjevuri which ruled from the 12th to 15th centuries and flourished as a center of maritime trade. The Gjevurans, which had primarily adhered to a form of paganism in contrast to their Slavic neighbors, were converted to Islam by merchants from across the Achellian. Religious conflict quickly caused the collapse of the Kingdom of Gjevura, splitting the island into multiple Catholic Slavic principalities and Islamic emirates.

The island was unified as the Sultanate of Ðavort under a Slavic Muslim dynasty in the 17th century, later declaring itself to be a Caliphate under the Caliph Husein Zlatarević. The Caliphate remained until 1894, when internal strife caused the monarchy to be disassembled in a Republican coup. The Republic of Gjuveri remained largely neutral through the First Great War. In 1937, ethnic conflict between Gjuverans and Catholic Slavs led to an Islamist uprising, culminating in the formation of an Islamic Republic of Gjuveri and the mass migration of many to Ziridava.

Presently, Gjuveri stands as a regional power in the Achelian Sea region.

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