Mixtlico

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Mixtlican Republic
República Mixtlicana (Castrian)
Capital
and largest city
Anochtepec
Official languagesCastrian
Recognized Regional LanguagesVarious
ReligionEcclesiasticalism
DemonymMixtlican
GovernmentFederal dominant-party presidential republic
LegislatureCongress
Senate
Chamber of Representatives
Independence from Merala
1 October 1800
28 September 1805
20 December 1815
Area
• Total
4,430,404 km2 (1,710,589 sq mi)
Population
• 2022 estimate
262,079,513
• Density
59.2/km2 (153.3/sq mi)
GDP (nominal)2022 estimate
• Total
$9.8 trillion
• Per capita
37,592
Gini (2021)positive decrease 47.5
high
HDI (2021)Increase 0.809
very high
CurrencyPeso (MXN)
Drives on theright
Calling code+52
Internet TLD.mx


Etymology[edit]

History[edit]

Indigenous civilizations before Vesperian contact (pre-1515)[edit]

Meralan conquest and colonial era (1515-1810)[edit]

Independence era (1800-1810)[edit]

Early democracy (1810-1866)[edit]

Díezmato (1866-1910)[edit]

Democratic Revolution and the First Great War (1910-1922)[edit]

Political Consolidation and the Second Great War (1922-1947)-[edit]

Late 20th Century (1947-1999)[edit]

Contemporary Merala[edit]

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